Skip to comments.Obama: Top Red's dream come true Communist Party official shares White House's ambitious agenda
Posted on 05/24/2009 9:21:47 PM PDT by ReformationFan
With Obama as president, health care and the economy can be "reformed," U.S. troops can be evacuated from the Middle East, a second stimulus bill can be passed, the criminal justice system can be overhauled and union rights can be expanded in other words, it's a Christmas list come true declared the leader of the Communist Party USA.
"All these and many other things are within our reach now!" exclaimed Sam Webb in a New York banquet speech for the People's Weekly World, the official newspaper of the Communist Party USA.
Webb's speech was entitled, "The impossible becomes possible."
Webb declared that under Obama, "We can dream again, knowing that the gap between our dreams and reality is bridgeable."
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The leader of the Communist Party USA, Sam Webb.
Dream on, commie c***sucker, There are 100,000,000 firearms and BILLIONS of rounds of ammo in this Republic that sez you are a mere fart in a hurricane.
the whole commie agenda is Bambi’s agenda what a shock
Evidently, no one on Planet Earth learned anything at all from the catastrophic failure of the Soviet experiment except the Soviets themselves, who are running as fast as they can in the opposite direction. Santayana was right.
Sam Webb is the same guy who when interviewed on Glenn Beck a few months back denied that Barack Obama was even a socialist, and played down the CPUSA’s approval of his candidacy.
He even tried to steal Glenn’s water and peeps.
and with Peeeelousi reporting in to her Chineese bosses, the take over of America is complete
These days the US Communist Party are mere hangers-on saying "me too". Serious leftists don't bother with them any more.
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