Skip to comments.How Saul Alinsky Taught Barack Obama Everything He Knows About Civic Upheaval
Posted on 03/14/2012 9:19:48 PM PDT by hope
Throughout Barack Obamas campaign for the presidency and his subsequent time in that office, two things have been said again and again: 1. He has a grudge against America. 2. He takes his marching orders from Saul Alinsky (1909-1972), particularly as encapsulated in the book Rules for Radicals. Anyone who listens to Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, or Mark Levin regularly is going to hear point one frequently. For all three men, to the chagrin of their critics, have relentlessly warned Americans that Obama believes its time for this country to eat a little humble pie: that its time to put away talk of America the exceptional and bring on America the apologetic.
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There is a video tape of Obama's performance, which the scum bag commie owner say she refuses to release:
Wasn’t Hillary Clinton’s thesis on Alinsky? I think it has been removed from all public view. How odd. How very very odd.
Do you know the name of the person with the video?
He even looks evil......
Frankly, the only thing newsworthy about it is how shallow it is, a cynical piece hardly worthy of a passing grade.
You can’t leave Cloward and Piven out. 0baMao even had Piven up to the White House.
Alinsky chose Hillary as his successor.
Obama ain't squat to Alinsky like Hillary is.
Not even on the same planet.
Proof that they haven’t changed their views: A radical doesn’t reject their ideology without a clear and public statement. Some sort of evidence which is observable and documented.
If nothing else, a statement made right here and now that Alinsky was wrong.
Pam Dickler, director of the 1998 production of The Love Song of Saul Alinsky in Chicago that included a panel discussion featuring then-State Sen. Barack Obama, has a video tape of the play. And she wont release it.
There is only one archive tape of the play and I have it, Dickler brags. It is not in Chicago. Dickler added: No one is going to see the tape.