Tuesday, February 19, 2008


Cliffie Kincaid and the Corner idiots have discovered Barack Obama's secret ties to International Communism.

Cliffie notes that Obama, the Brown Menace, "has well-documented socialist connections, which help explain why he sponsored a 'Global Poverty Act' designed to send hundreds of billions of dollars of U.S. foreign aid to the rest of the world."

An act co-sponsored in the House by this fellow traveler.

But wait, there's more.

In the late 70s, teenaged Barry O. recieved advice from Franklin Marshall Davis, a man who "the 1951 report of the Commission on Subversive Activities to the Legislature of the Territory of Hawaii identified ... as a CPUSA member." If that wasn't bad enough, the future optimist "developed a close relationship, almost like a son, with Davis, listening to his 'poetry'...." Indeed, Obama recklessly "admits he saw a book of his black poetry."

Davis was in fact so influential on the impressionable Obama that when Davis called higher education "an advanced degree in compromise," Obama chose not go to college and law school and become editor of law review and devoted the rest of his life to writing "black" "poetry" for the Daily Worker. That's some powerful mentoring!

If the sinister implications haven't caused you to wet yourself yet, this will do the trick:

[Dr. Kathryn] Takara says that Davis "espoused freedom, radicalism, solidarity, labor unions, due process, peace, affirmative action, civil rights, Negro History week, and true Democracy to fight imperialism, colonialism, and white supremacy. He urged coalition politics."

Is "coalition politics" at work in Obama's rise to power?

Yeah, is it? Huh? Huh? Answer that, smartass!

And if that doesn't empty your bladder:

Frank Chapman, a CPUSA supporter, has written a letter to the party newspaper hailing the Illinois senator's victory in the Iowa caucuses.

Cliffie double-dog dares the liberal media "to report on this." And he's probably not referring to his own mental breakdown.

I've done my bit, Cliffie.

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