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The Newest Marxist Revolutionary July 15, 2009

Posted by vsap in 2008 Presidential Election, Blogroll, Financial Crisis, Uncategorized, US Politics.
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Nechayev, a 19th-century disciple of Karl Marx who had a role in the assassination of Czar Alexander II, wrote: “The revolutionary man . . . has no personal interests, no business affairs, no emotions, no attachments, no property, and no name. Everything in him is wholly absorbed in the single thought and the single passion for revolution.” Although his motives and goals were wrong, Nechayev’s statement shows the singlemindedness of commitment.  —Marvin Williams, Pastor,  Tabernacle Community Church in Grand Rapids, Michigan

The newest Marxist revolutionary is Barack Hussein Obama. PresBO meets all the criteria outlined by Williams, and more, since he is leader of the free world. Most revolutionaries are stowed in basements and garages as they desperately attempt to ply their trade of terror and anarchy. PresBO has the luxury of being right out front with it and he has proven to be the worst of Jimmy Carter and Bill Clinton rolled into one dangerous politician.

From seeking to place a “Wise Latina” (sic) on the Supreme Court to reducing the ability of private industry to flourish to making health care a government mandate at the moment when health provider shortages loom and companies are looking for any way to slash costs, he is taking this nation down the path of Marx no less than Nechayev described.

The only thing to do is to thwart him at every turn. Yes, we know the Senate is now veto-proof but the House isn’t so there is hope.

The Marxist revolutionary path is not change you can believe in. It’s change you need to stand and fight against.

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