27 August 2008


Obama’s ‘change’ means socialism

Obama’s ‘change’ means socialism

“I’d pronounce on the need for change. Change in the White House where Ronald Reagan and his minions were carrying on their dirty deeds. Change in the Congress, compliant and corrupt. Change won’t come from the top, I would say. Change will come from a mobilized grass roots. That’s what I’ll do, I’ll organize black folks. At the grass roots for change.” – Barack Obama, “Dreams from My Father.”

In the 1960s, the Young Socialist Alliance, the Black Panthers and the Yippies were demonstrating and chanting for change. By change, these groups mean socialism.

According to the National Review and the Chicago Daily Herald, Obama has ties to ACORN, a radical leftist organization which embraces the socialistic views of the Rev. Jeremiah Wright and Michael Pfleger. Two hundred ACORN protesters were arrested as they tried to storm a Chicago City Council session and also disrupted Federal Reserve hearings.

Socialism is usually defined as government ownership and control over the basic means of production and distribution of goods and services.

A prime example was Hillary Clinton’s health-care plan for America. This would have not only annexed a huge chunk of the economy, but also would have destroyed a huge chunk of individual freedom.

When analyzed, this means government control over everything, including you.

While socialist groups were demonstrating in the streets, attacking America’s concepts of Democracy and free enterprise, voters should remember where John McCain was.

Jackie Clark


1 comment:

Findalis said...

Obama's idea of change is really unique. The 13th District of Illinois was one of the nicest lower middle-class areas in Chicago. On the day he left office in Springfield it was shown to now be a slum.

The truth is out there such as Obama's failures

I hope this helps.

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