Friday, July 22, 2011


President BO, the Child President, has proven that he is a purist where wealth redistribution is concerned.

He has initiated a game of "Chicken" with Republicans, certain that they don't have the guts to stand their ground.

The mealy-mouth RINOs, so far, have sided with him by refusing to take a firm stand, "calling his bluff."

OK, so I have a message for Republicans (as well as any Democrats who might care one whit about America):

It is time for you to use the "M" word when refering to the policies of President BO.

If he was ever due any respect, he gave up all rights to it when he started this "game."

We bloggers have known and said he is a Marxist ever since the campaign.

Now it is time for the Rubios, Pawlentys, Boehners and the rest of the conservatives to take off the gloves and tell the American people what they see every day.

They must say things like, "President Obama's desire to raise taxes on the wealthiest Americans in order to increase government spending and 'spread the wealth' is Marxist, and the American people do not want a Marxist government."

Come on, guys! What do you think the last elections were about?

Get of your cushie chairs and call a spade a spade!

Do it!

Do it now!


Z said...

OKAY! Let's call a spade a spade.
Obama is a Marxist, there is no other way to look at it, and you're right.
But the media, OH, the MEDIA's OUTRAGE if anybody had the 'real guts' to say it out loud! Imagine the Alinsky lessons they'll follow?

"The Republicans call an American president a MARXIST!"
"Rightwing disgraces White House!"
"Name calling shows extreme of Rightwing!"

They'd turn it right around and the messenger would be killed (again) while the message is lost. The Leftwing media is MUCH better at all of this than anything we could do.

We're sorely lacking in public relations expertise and need to hire a firm or two. Unlike Obama, who hired that bunch of bigwig TV producers the minute he hit the White House, but who haven't been mentioned again since I read that in 2009. I've googled and googled since then and the story's GONE. But I know I saw it when it happened because I was stunned.

Joe said...

Z: "We're sorely lacking in public relations expertise and need to hire a firm or two."

I agree.

The other thing we lack is a person with the presence and eloquence to speak a powerful conservative message.

I mean, Rubio is great, as far as his beliefs are concerned, but his speeches have no power to them.