Friends of Barack Take No Prisoners

Obamunists will do, say anything to rule the world


(story "Muslims burn Catholics alive in Nigeria" at renewamerica.com)

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"Obama's Ring of Truth"

WH Confidential: Rules for Radical Insiders

BigGov-BigLabor collusion cited


Gigantic public sector labor unions identified as the Core Problem

The ultimate objective of the coalition -- which includes powerful factions within the Democratic Party and even some Republicans, extending all the way to the White House, is to fundamentally shift America away from a capitalist free market economy and towards a socialist economy.

These groups rely on power and control, and with their Big Labor allies providing funding through massive donations using money generated from members’ dues, they continue to remain in power and avoid extinction. In return, the Big Labor bosses need the politicians to make sure they procure sweetheart government collective bargaining agreements and favorable laws and regulations to advance union growth.

These groups are parasitic, living off of forced membership dues submitted to unions who, in turn, utilize these monies to elect politicians, who then pass laws, propose new regulations, reverse decisions and issue Executive Orders. All of this benefits the group and allows them to collect more money and to gain power. In effect, it is a circular money pump that allows the parasite to survive off the host, i.e. the American people.
(full story by Dave Bego at unionwatch.org)

Benjamin Hooks, Trotsky Exiled, Saigon Attacked

On this day: January 31
The U.S. orders all Native Americans to move into reservations (1876)

The Soviet Union exiles Leon Trotsky (1929)

President Harry S Truman announces a program to develop the hydrogen bomb (1950)

Viet Cong attack the U.S. embassy in Saigon (1968)

President Barack Obama speaks at the Alfalfa Club annual banquet (2009)

b: Anna Pavlova (1881), Benjamin Hooks (1925); d: Ernesto Miranda (1976), Molly Ivins (2007)

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Smart Progs Purge U.S. Legal Doctrine

We don't need no stinkin' enumerated, limited powers


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"Constitution? What constitution?" at netrightdaily.com

WH Issues New Benghazi Narrative

We're not supposed to know or care that Obama is still in bed with Al-Qaeda


More Benghazi coverage: here.

FDR, Saul Alinsky, Middle Class War

On this day: January 30
King Charles I of England is beheaded (1649)

Adolph Hitler gives his last ever public address, a radio address on the 12th anniversary of his coming to power (1945)

President Barack Obama signs a presidential memorandum launching the Middle Class Working Families Task Force to be led by Vice President Joe Biden (2009)

b: Franklin D. Roosevelt (1882), Saul Alinsky (1909), Joachim Peiper (1915), John Profumo (1915); d: Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi (1948)

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At The Movies: The Nutty Prog

Bronco likened to fundamental transformer Karl Marx


Ridicule is man's most potent weapon - Saul Alinsky

Bonus links:

Summary of Saul Alinsky's 'Rules for Radicals'
AlinskyDefeater's Blog
Rules for Radicals at amazon.com

Extreme Collectivists Never Take Enough

Americans aren't buying Progs, but what difference does it make?
While the mainstream press routinely reports that President Obama is riding high and that Republicans are reeling, Gallup tells a rather different story about the popularity of our newly reelected president.

Across Gallup’s entire history of presidential job-approval polling — dating back to 1945 — every president but one has had a higher job-approval rating in the January following his reelection than Obama has. No president has had a lower rating than Obama’s.

Gallup shows Obama’s average approval rating so far this January as being just 52 percent. President George W. Bush’s average approval rating in January 2005, immediately following his reelection, was also 52 percent. This can hardly be a source of satisfaction for Obama, who ran against Bush not once but twice — without Bush’s being on the ticket either time.
(from The Weekly Standard via weaselzippers.us)

SEIU Back In The News

Bronco's favorite union keeps its WH clout secret from the public
The former president of California's largest union local was found guilty by a federal jury in Los Angeles on Monday of stealing from the low-wage workers he represented.

Tyrone Freeman, who led Local 6434 of the Service Employees International Union, was convicted on 14 criminal counts, including embezzlement of union funds, violating tax laws and mail fraud.

As president of SEIU Local 6434 -- the second-largest SEIU chapter in the nation -- Freeman, 43, represented 160,000 low-wage healthcare workers who cared for the elderly and people with disabilities. He also represented 30,000 workers as president of the California United Homecare Workers.

Prosecutors accused Freeman of billing the union for "elaborate personal expenses," including more than $8,000 in costs related to his 2006 wedding in Honolulu, according to court documents.

Freeman ostensibly was marrying Pilar Planells, his executive assistant at the union local. But at the time of the wedding, he was still married to his first wife, according to a trial memorandum filed by the prosecution earlier this month.

Planells pleaded guilty earlier this year to an income tax charge in connection with more than $540,000 she received in consulting payments from the union.
(full story at latimes.com)

Labor Suppression, Harry Hopkins, Axis of Evil

On this day: January 29
U.S. President Andrew Jackson orders first use of federal soldiers to suppress a labor dispute (1834)

In his State of the Union Address, U.S. President George W. Bush describes "regimes that sponsor terror" as an Axis of Evil, in which he includes Iraq, Iran and North Korea (2002)

President Barack Obama signs his first bill, the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act (2009)

President Barack Obama stages a revival meeting of unionists at the University of Tampa (2010)

b: Anton Chekhov (1860), John D. Rockefeller Jr. (1874), Gerda Steinhoff (1922); d: Harry Hopkins (1946), H. L. Mencken (1956)

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