Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Barack Obama: Surrounding Himself With Radicals

We are stuck with the media we have... not the media we want.
Yes, journalism is dead, long live journalism.

Thankfully, that sick twisted freak Glenn Beck has stepped up to the plate and is asking important and tough questions about the people Barack Obama has surrounded himself with. The Czars the advisers and the staff that YOU should be very very concerned about.

I have been saying for some time that the Democrat party is in fact the communist party in drag... that the current Democrat controlled administration and the Democrat controlled congress are taking this country down the road to socialism, fascism and communism... and the evidence is mounting to support my claim.

Welkome to Amerika comrades.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I was having a rough time finding a single post on this 'yee-haw!' site that best illustrates your guffaw-invoking ignorance and then ... eureka! To quote (just one amenity of) your brilliance, "taking this country down the road to socialism, fascism and communism". Hmmm, pray tell, what does the path to BOTH communism AND fascism look like, being that they are two DIAMETRICALLY OPPOSED theories ?!? The real 'Fascists', you dipshit, are the big health care/insurance corporations...and good ol' boys like yourself are their bitches.

4:14 AM  
Blogger Red S Tater said...

Well said comrade... keep up the great work. Confuse the masses with meaningless definitions while imposing leftist policies.

There is a place for people like you in the new world order... useful idiots play an important role.

9:14 AM  
Blogger Red S Tater said...

Your point about fascism, socialism and communism being diametrically opposed exposes why Democrats can't pass a socialized medicine bill... the fascist Dems disagree with the socialist Dems who disagree with the communist Dems... and there you have the current inept Demo-soci-commu-fascist party.

9:21 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You continue to reveal just how severe (and embarrassing) your ignorance is. To accuse someone of being Fascist in the same sentence where you reference that same person's "Leftist polices" illustrates that you have no idea what you're talking about...the fact that you're blogging about politics without the most basic knowledge of various political ideologies makes you look just a tad ridiculous.

3:48 PM  
Blogger Red S Tater said...

Your defense of fascism makes you look a bit fascist.

So I'll take my chances with your definition of "ridiculous"... if in fact my assessment were that far off base, you wouldn't be bothering with me... now would you.

Nuff said comrade.

5:00 PM  
Blogger Red S Tater said...

For the sake of anyone who is actually interested in the connection between leftists and fascism ...

"I was at first rather skeptical of the premise of this book, but the exhaustive, detailed and persuasive historical evidence that was presented in the book put all my misgivings aside. It documented many of the fascist tendencies and full-blown policies of some of the darlings of American left: Woodrow Wilson and Franklin D. Roosevelt. It shows that aside from the extermination of Jews, there are hardly any policies of German National-socialists that differ substantially from any other socialist movement of the time, or even today. And herein, according to this book, lies the greatest danger for the modern western democracies. By demonizing fascism as a phenomenon of the right, it leaves open the unimpeded encroachment to many fascist policies under the guise of socialist and other liberal movements. These movements don't necessarily want the full-blown fascist dictatorships installed, but they are certainly progressing in that direction. That's why they are referred to as "liberal" fascists - fascists with a smiley face.

Jonah Goldberg does a remarkable job of presenting his ideas and impressions to the modern reader - always backed by facts, never overdoing the rhetoric. The book covers somewhat the similar ground as the legendary "The Road to Serfdom" by F. A. Hayek. This latter book was written in the middle of WWII, and had some of the same perceptions as "Liberal Fascism." Its thesis was to warn the Western democracies against implementing many of the social programs that led to the rise of fascism and communism in Europe at the time. It is sobering to see that many of those warnings are still relevant today, maybe even more so than in 1940s. We live in the world where both fascism and communism are rapidly recede in people's memory, and it is easy to think that what led to them could not possibly happen again. "Liberal Fascism" is a sobering reminder that the road to fascism is indeed sometimes paved with the best intentions.


5:11 PM  

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