Skip to comments.Smelling communism on Democrats, Soviet immigrants make fools of them and vote GOP
Posted on 05/11/2012 10:23:58 AM PDT by Oldpuppymax
The day after Barack Obamas election, a physical therapist from the old Soviet union, who came to Staten Island to live in freedom, got a call from her best friend, a fellow Soviet immigrant, who lives in the Russian section of Brooklyn. The caller got one word out before they both started to cry for three minutes. Then the caller speaking Russian said, We came here to escape them. Where do we go now? Both women knew the Them were Communists and both saw Democrats as no different from Communists.
To those who dont live in either the Brooklyn or Staten Island portions of New York City, Republican Bob Turners victory in a special election to fill Anthony Weiners vacant Congressional seat is a fluke caused by public disgust at Weiners antics.
That explanation is foolishness supported by stunned Democrats and their cheerleaders in the media. It was a result of a big Russian immigrant turnout.
A year earlier in a Congressional district comprised of Staten Island and the Russian sections of Brooklyn, Republican Michael Grimm, a totally unknown political new comer, defeated a well financed Democrat who had the endorsement of every union in the City.
This spring another totally unknown Republican candidate won another special election against another well known well financed and well endorsed Democrat.
All three of these victories were delivered by immigrants from the old Soviet Union who hate communism and see Americas Democrats as new communist threats to...
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The Russian immigrants are absolutely correct
Definitely something interesting. I didn’t know this.
But I’ll bet those voting Republican are older than me. Odds are, any of the Russians I was in school with voted Democrat. Probably those who were aware of what was going on before they came over here voted Republican.
They smelt the VILE STENCH.
But don’t worry, the GOP-E will screw them. And us.
Same with Romanians, Cubans and any others that have felt the yoke of communism.
When people who lived under Communist rule speak about things like this, I listen.
It fills me with anxiety when I hear them say “I have seen this before...”
“Smelling communism on Democrats”
I started to say, “File this under, “Well, duh!”, but really who better to root out closet communists than those who have actually lived under the brutal heel of totalitarian communist rule?
There was a Russian lady at our synagogue who said, “They should experience communism for themselves, they should find out how it smells. That’s right, it has an odor.”
Our whole problem is that since we’ve never actually DONE Communism in the United States the horrible downsides are not “real” to voters, the way they are to people from the former Eastern Bloc.
The Democratic Party has become nothing but communist thugs, and there isn’t a spits bit of difference between the goons who worked for Stalin and the leadership of the Democratic Party.
I belong to a Slovak parish.
They are terrified of Obama.
Col. Allen West is right today.
Any mistakes they made were under estimation.
When I lived in Brooklyn, I worked at the local polling place on election days. One time a guy with a heavy Russian accent came to vote, but for reasons I can’t recall he wasn’t able to use the voting machine so he had to vote with a paper ballot. I handed him the ballot and pointed him in the direction of the private booths we had set to for those who voted with the paper ballots. Instead, he laid the ballot open on the table in front of me, and voted for only all the republican candidates on the ballot. And he did it quite quickly too.
When I was a boy scout, our scout leader had a russian defector come speak to our troop. He had been a physician in Russia and used that occupation to escape his homeland. He had to leave his wife and children behind.
He spoke to us for several hours about how they had to live and how a person got ahead in Soviet Russia of the 50’s and ‘60s.
REAL valuable education straight from someone who lived it.
Unfortunately these immigrants’ votes will not have an effect on the 2012 presidential election because New York state is so heavily Democrat that its electoral vote will not be affected.