“Judge me by the people with whom I surround myself.” An oft overlooked phrase, that if the lame-stream media had done its job and done its research, would have shown the American people who Barack Hussein Obama really is and what he actually had in mind when he said that he would “fundamentally change the United States of America.”
So for those of you who keep sneering at we the people’s vocal opposition to this man’s disastrous economic policies; for those of you who say we are racist for pointing out the obvious anti-capitalist sentiments of a man of Marx; for those of you who think spreading the wealth is fair (unless of course, it’s YOUR wealth) let me show you just who Barack Hussein Obama really is by taking him at his word. Let’s see who surrounds him.
HIStory: His father, Barack Obama Sr. was a Kenyan who came to the US to study economics at Harvard. Upon his return to Kenya, he wrote an article in the East Africa Journal offering a scathing critique of capitalist enterprise that then existed in Kenya. The article, called “Problems Facing Our Socialism,” makes the economic case that high taxes are morally and practically good, if the government then uses them to provide for the people. How high should the tax rates be? “Theoretically,” he wrote, “there is nothing that can stop the government from taxing 100% of income so long as the people get benefits from the government commensurate with their income which is taxed. It is a fallacy to say there is a limit (to tax rates), and it is a fallacy to rely mainly on individual free enterprise to get the savings.”
Gee, I wonder where BHO got the idea to “spread the wealth?”
His mother, Stanley Ann Dunham, was a communist sympathizer who was a practioner of “critical theory;” another watered-down term for Marxism. She was a member of a church in Washington that was nicknamed “The little red church” because of its communist sympathies. His mother left the young BHO with her mother and father who were good friends with William Marshall Davis, who became mentor to the young Obama.
His mentor: William Marshall Davis was a radical activist and journalist who was an avowed communist and member of the American Communist Party. In Obama’s memoirs he recounts how he visited Davis on several occasions to seek his counsel.
In his book “Dreams from My Father” Obama admittedly sought out Marxist professors and professed to attending socialist conferences at Cooper Union. He spent twenty years sitting in a pew listening to the “hate America” sermons of black liberation theologist Jeremiah Wright.
Obama started off his political career in the home of sixties radicals/terrorists William Ayres and Bernadine Dohrn, who escaped prosecution for the murder of a San Francisco policeman on a technicality. Were they ever sorry for their crime? Ayres, after being released from custody remarked, “Guilty as hell, free as a bird.” and said in 2008 that he didn’t think he did enough.
Obama’s wife, Michelle, who was proud of the United States only once in her lifetime said: “The truth is, in order to get things like universal health care and a revamped education system, then someone is going to have to give up a piece of the pie so that someone else can have more.” If you think that sounds familiar, compare it to this: “To each according to his need; from each according to his ability.”–Karl Marx.
Jim Wallis-Obama’s spiritual advisor and advocate of forced redistribution of wealth.
Andy Stern-SEIU President and advocate of forced redistribution of wealth. He gave a speech regarding global economic governance and said “Government has a role in redistributing wealth.”
Jeremiah Wright-Obama’s pastor and friend for twenty years. He was the pastor of the Trinity United Church of Christ, a liberal, black-theology oriented church in Chicago. He was the inspiration for Obama’s book entitled “The Audacity of Hope.” One of his more famous quotes: “God bless America, no no no, God damn America.”
Van Jones-disgraced Green Jobs czar and avowed communist.
Ron Bloom-Manufacturing Czar and admitted foe of free market capitalism.
John Holdren-Science Czar who has recommended, among other things, forced abortions, controlling population by putting infertility drugs into the nation’s food and water supply, forcibly seizing babies from single mothers and given away to couples to be raised, and a transnational “Planetary Regime” to assume control of the global economy and also dictate the most intimate details of American’s lives by using an armed international police force.
Anita Dunn-White House Communications Director who said one of her favorite philosophers and someone she turns to is Chairman Mao. I wonder if this dunderhead knows the little moon-faced dictator was responsible for the deaths of 70 million Chinese. But why should that matter? To a communist, the end justifies the means. Even if it includes mass murder.
Carol Browner-Climate Czarina Browner was listed as one of 14 leaders of a socialist group’s Commission for a Sustainable World Society, which calls for “global governance” and says rich countries must shrink their economies to address climate change.
Robert Creamer-advisor to President Obama, Robert Creamer is the author of a book called “Stand Up Straight: Listen to Your Mother”, subtitled “How Progressives Can Win”. This book, dedicated to Saul Alinsky, (author of “Rules for Radicals” and a hero of Obama) was written while Creamer was serving an 18 month sentence for 16 counts of bank fraud and tax evasion. He is a former lobbyist from Illinois and is married to Congressional Representative from Illinois Jan Sohakowsky. Prior to his imprisonment he trained volunteers for Barack Obama. His supporters include the Tides Foundation (George Soros), SEIU (Andy Stern), the Center for American Progress (John Podesta), and other radical Progressives.
There are more, many more, but I’ve already taken up too much of your time. So now, you can either take BHO at his word and judge him by his associations, or you can turn your back to the truth.
Galileo Galilei once remarked “All truths are easy to understand once they are discovered; the point is to discover them.
The question is: Do you have the courage to discover the truth?