Funny Scary CommieTunes: Spreading Our Wealth - Obama Socialist / Communist / Marxist / Maoist 奥巴马是个崇毛的马克思主义者
陈凯一语 Kai Chen's Words:
挑动阶级嫉妒、阶级仇恨、阶级对立与阶级斗争是所有共产与左翼独裁的法宝。 这种跳动是建立在人的原弊与文化心态的腐败上的 - 奥巴马一再用他的言行向世界表明他并不是美国总统，他只是一个钟情共产邪念的“人与人斗”的毛派权力狂与“人间天堂”的鼓吹者。
Obama's demagoguery to pit the poor against the rich in America is not a surprise. "Class envy, class hatred, class warfare/struggle" has always been the "omnipotent" weapon/panacea for the communists and the liberal leftists. This application of "class struggle" appeals strongly to human weakness/sin and aims to formulate/establish a corrupt political culture. Obama once again demonstrates to the world that he has never been an "American President". He is only a "class struggle warrior" indoctrinated by Marxism and driven by Maoist power thirst and hatred of mankind. People like Obama love to see the drama of "men struggling against men" for the purpose of building a socialist/communist "Heaven on Earth", even at the cost of human moral degradation, human misery and human blood.
Rubio Blasts Obama: ‘Left-Wing Strong Man’
June 30, 2011 10:32 A.M.
By Robert Costa
Earlier this month, Sen. Marco Rubio made an auspicious debut.
Unlike so many first turns in the upper chamber, Rubio’s stirring remarks, which celebrated American exceptionalism, caught fire. The Florida Republican’s words were cited by Senate colleagues and championed by conservatives. To no one’s surprise, the push to put Rubio on the 2012 ticket only increased, even though the charismatic freshman continues to swat away the chatter.
Look for the Rubio buzz to continue. In an interview with National Review Online, he says that he will take to the Senate floor for his second speech this week — and this time he will have President Obama in his crosshairs.
Rubio tells us that he will respond to Obama’s recent press conference, where the president reveled in class-warfare bluster. “Quite frankly, I am both disappointed for our country and shocked at some of the rhetoric,” he says. “It was rhetoric, I thought, that was more appropriate for some left-wing strong man than for the president of the United States.”
“Talking about corporate jets and oil companies,” Rubio says, missed the point. “Everybody here agrees that our tax code is broken,” he says, and he is open to discussing tax reform. “But don’t go around telling people that the reason you are not doing well is because some rich guy is in a corporate jet or some oil company is making too much money.”
Watching Obama brandish such talking points made Rubio wince. “Three years into his presidency, he is a failed president,” he says. “He just has not done a good job. Life in America today, by every measure, is worse than it was when he took over.”
“When does it start to get better?” Rubio asks. “When does the magic of this president start to happen?”
Mark Rubio's Speech in Senate