As the Worst President In The History Of The Republic continues his wanton trampling over the laws and traditions of the American Way, strange rumblings are emanating from the lower 48. Words not used in earnest political discourse since 1861 are heard once again, terms thought archaic a mere 10 years ago, an extinct vocabulary from the tumultuous past, words like “nullification” and “secession” and “revolution” – and they’re being used not by hairy malcontents on rickety soapboxes, but by the elected governors and unhappy residents of the once sovereign states. Why? Because today’s Jackasses are not like yer daddy’s Democrats, and Barack Obama is not like yer daddy’s presidents. Obama might be black on the outside; on the inside, he’s Red all over:
It is impossible to read “Barack Obama and the Enemies Within” without being convinced that Obama’s education in communist ideology stretches from the extracurricular education he received from Communist Party mentor Frank Marshall Davis in Honolulu to his recruitment as a New Party candidate in Chicago, with strong ties to the Democratic Socialists of America.
Loudon continues naming names in his current volume, “The Enemies Within,”which documents how extensively communists, socialists and progressives have penetrated the U.S. Congress, running on the Democratic Party ticket.
The goal of these radicals in Congress, Loudon demonstrates, is the same goal Obama announced when running for president in 2008, to transform the United States from the constitutional republic established by its Founding Fathers into a radical socialist state. The aim is to be achieved through passing extensive social welfare legislation designed to bankrupt a government adhering to concepts of private property and private enterprise.
… communism in America did not die with the fall of the Berlin Wall. It is alive and well, with ties that run deep today with Barack Obama in the White House and the radical leftist Democrats serving in the halls of Congress. (Jerry Corsi Reviews “The Enemies Within: Communists, Socialists and Progressives in the US Congress”)