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Posted on 09/19/2012 2:10:31 PM PDT by NYer
Obama calls for 'democracy with a small d'; Pushes society based on collectivism, 'common good' - YouTube Video
Wealth redistribution, collectivism, unions . . . no, he's definitely not a communist.
NEW YORK A 1995 video depicts Barack Obama calling for democracy with a small d, while pushing a society based on collectivism and common good.
In the video unearthed by KleinOnline, Obama hails unions and collective bargaining as encapsulating the societal common good of which he speaks.
Obama urges society to collectively move forward a word that would later serve as his 2012 campaign slogan.
Obama was speaking in an Aug. 11, 1995 interview pushing his just published book, Dreams From My Father. At the time, Obama was a community organizer planning to launch a political career.
CBS to question source of video (/sarc), just as they did with 1997 Obama video.
So odd that these weren’t released 4 years ago.
But some how Mr. Peanut's grandson is unimpeachable as a source of "just uncovered" video.
Andrew Breitbart’s last words were “We’re gonna vet him this time”. Must be a lot more on whatever hard drive these came from.
Oh, but he’s not a socialist,
ask any sheeperal you know.
The floodgates are starting to break. Quick someone stick a finger in the dyke.
I ain’t going anywhere near Napalitano or Hillary!
Don’t worry, both have well groomed assistants for that.
When Rush said NBC wasn’t airing the redistribution audio until they could authenticate it, I thought immediately that it didn’t seem to stop them when they went all in with the Bush AWOL documents, despite the fact that they were clear forgeries.
Thanks to Buckhead, a Freeper, who figured out mere hours later that the circa 1970’s documents were done with a modern word processing app.
where was it that Obama said that “when push comes to shove, [he] will side with the muslims”???
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