Skip to comments.Kurtz: Does Obama Support the London Riots?
Posted on 08/10/2011 6:25:56 AM PDT by SkyPilot
I found the press release Obama issued to get Project Vote rolling, in the ACORN archives at the Wisconsin Historical Society. (Obama worked closely with ACORN on this campaign, his later denials notwithstanding.) The release quotes Obama explaining the need for Project Vote by pointing to the rioting in Los Angeles. Said Obama in 1992: The Los Angeles riots reflect a deep distrust and disaffection with the existing power pattern in our society. Thats Alinsky-speak for Weve got to use the power of the angry underclass to put capitalism in check.
Naturally, well continue to disagree about whether Obamas leftist past was a convenient pose, or something that guides his policies to this day. I certainly dont think President Obama would openly speak about events in London the way he spoke about the L.A. riots nineteen years ago. What he thinks to himself is another matter. Of course, a quick statement like this is much less important than the context provided by a systematic look at Obamas overall political development. Nonetheless, direct quotes from Obamas early political past are few and far between. This one is particularly intriguing.
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Because they have always been better organized at the grass roots level, Marxists usually advance their agenda under the cover of chaos.
Another form of distraction from what is really happening. Anything to keep people looking the other way.
Important things are taking place moment to moment and we are busy using our electronic play toys or watching TV. It does keep us occupied and we do like part of the distractions. News of today is cherry picked and we must pay attention to reality. MOO.
Stanley Kurtz has done more to expose 0’s marxist past than any reporter in America.
Thank you, Mr. Kurtz.
Ha! They're OBVIOUSLY the TEA PARTY riots! Duh!