Skip to comments.Bill Ayers and Obama Both Quote Alinsky
Posted on 02/03/2014 6:08:34 AM PST by rktman
Over the years, liberals occasionally get sloppy and let it slip that the inspiration for their vision of America comes directly from a left-wing activist/community organizer and student of Chicago mobsters, Saul Alinsky, author of a handbook for revolutionaries entitled Rules for Radicals.
Just prior to his death in 1972, while discussing life after death in a Playboy interview, Alinsky said that, if given the choice between heaven and hell, he'd choose hell.
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The GOP needs to actively support Americans.
What do Americans see in the GOP, which is worth getting enthused about?
How does the GOP show Americans, they are interested in Americans fortunes?
The GOP needs to stop selling out to internationalists.
Bring back American jobs.
Alinsky was the subject of Hillary's college thesis. He thought so highly of her radical talent that he wanted her to takeover his operation for him and continue his work.
Obama became everything Alinsky would ever hope for in a radical leader.
Both of them lusted after the White House in order to remake America into Alinsky's dream. One of them is now in charge of "the greatest organization in the world."
Ladies and gentlemen, we have the responsibility to prove these Alinsky America-haters completely wrong.
Knowing our enemy is the first rule of war.
‘... Rules for Radicals guidebook, also written in 1972, included a reference to Lucifer, whom Alinsky called “the very first radical,” because he “rebelled against the establishment and did it so effectively that he at least won his own kingdom.”’
This shows that Alinsky probably read Milton. If he did, it also shows that Alinsky failed to understand Milton.
And most of us would choose that for him as well.
we had a good run,,,
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