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Thursday, April 1, 2010

President Obama Calls Level of Criticism via Talk Radio "Troublesome" - Video 4/1/10

Here is video of President Obama in an interview being asked if he is aware of the level of anger toward him across the country and over the airwaves via "talk radio." The examples given were that he is called everything from a "socialist" to a "Nazi." Obama responded that if you listen to "Rush Limbaugh" and "Glenn Beck," but was interrupted by Harry Smith who said, "It is beyond that."

Obama said the criticism is "troublesome," but chalked it up to the difficult economy. Obama said he believes most Americans know he is trying to do what is best, even if they disagree with him on policy.


Unknown April 1, 2010 at 6:52 PM  

May 12, 2009
Barack Obama, the Quintessential Liberal Fascist
By Kyle-Anne Shiver

“They fear that the development and building of People’s (community) Organizations is the building of a vast power group which may fall prey to a fascistic demagogue who will seize leadership and control and turn an organization into a Frankenstein’s monster against democracy.”
- Saul Alinsky responding to his critics, Reveille for Radicals; p. 199.

When Saul Alinsky began building his community-organization movement in 1930s Chicago, observers were watching Alinsky with one eye, while with the other eye observing the building of communist and fascist movements in Europe. It wasn’t hard then to see in Alinsky’s programs at home, elements of the people’s revolution from Russia, as well as some of the same “in your face” tactics being employed by Hitler’s Brownshirts......................


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