Wednesday, October 21, 2009

If It Looks Like A Duck and Quacks Like A Duck Then Dammit It's A Duck!!!

I am re-posting an article I happened upon this afternoon for all of those who believe that Socialist Duck-In-Chief isn't a Socialist Duck!:

Will MSM Report on Obama Membership in Socialist New Party?

The mainstream media thought that the membership of Todd Palin, who is not a candidate for any office, in the Alaska Independence Party important enough to report in such outlets as the Los Angeles Times, MSNBC, and the New York Times, among others.

So now that Barack Obama's membership in the far left New Party has been unearthed, will they report his membership in that Socialist organization?

Proof of Obama's membership in the New Party was discovered by the Politically Drunk On Power blog:

In June sources released information that during his campaign for the State Senate in Illinois, Barack Obama was endorsed by an organization known as the Chicago "New Party". The 'New Party' was a political party established by the Democratic Socialists of America (the DSA) to push forth the socialist principles of the DSA by focusing on winnable elections at a local level and spreading the Socialist movement upwards. The admittedly Socialist Organization experienced a moderate rise in numbers between 1995 and 1999. By 1999, however, the Socialist 'New Party' was essentially defunct after losing a supreme court challenge that ruled the organizations "fusion" reform platform as unconstitutional.
After allegations surfaced in early summer over the 'New Party's' endorsement of Obama, the Obama campaign along with the remnants of the New Party and Democratic Socialists of America claimed that Obama was never a member of either organization. The DSA and 'New Party' then systematically attempted to cover up any ties between Obama and the Socialist Organizations. However, it now appears that Barack Obama was indeed a certified and acknowledged member of the DSA's New Party.

On Tuesday, I discovered a web page that had been scrubbed from the New Party's website. The web page which was published in October 1996, was an internet newsletter update on that years congressional races. Although the web page was deleted from the New Party's website, the non-profit Internet Archive Organization had archived the page.

From the October 1996 Update of the DSA 'New Party':
"New Party members are busy knocking on doors, hammering down lawn signs, and phoning voters to support NP candidates this fall. Here are some of our key races...

Illinois: Three NP-members won Democratic primaries last Spring and face off against Republican opponents on election day: Danny Davis (U.S. House), Barack Obama (State Senate) and Patricia Martin (Cook County Judiciary)."

You can find the above quote from the scubbed New Party web page at this Internet Archive Organization link. More confirmation of Obama's membership in the New Party can be found at an article in the November 1996 Progressive Populist magazine:
New Party members and supported candidates won 16 of 23 races, including an at-large race for the Little Rock, Ark., City Council, a seat on the county board for Little Rock and the school board for Prince George's County, Md. Chicago is sending the first New Party member to Congress, as Danny Davis, who ran as a Democrat, won an overwhelming 85% victory. New Party member Barack Obama was uncontested for a State Senate seat from Chicago.
The Democratic Socialist Party of America also reported on Obama's New Party membership in its July/August 1996 edition:

The Chicago New Party is increasely becoming a viable political organization that can make a different in Chicago politics. It is crucial for a political organization to have a solid infrastructure and visible results in its political program. The New Party has continued to solidify this base.

First, in relation to its infrastructure, the NP's membership has increased since January '95 from 225 to 440. National membership has increased from 5700 in December '95 to 7000. Currently the NP's fiscal balance is $7,000 and receives an average of $450/month is sustainer donations.

Secondly, the NP's '96 Political Program has been enormously successful with 3 of 4 endorsed candidates winning electoral primaries. All four candidates attended the NP membership meeting on April 11th to express their gratitude. Danny Davis, winner in the 7th Congressional District, invited NPers to join his Campaign Steering Committee. Patricia Martin, who won the race for Judge in 7th Subcircuit Court, explained that due to the NP she was able to network and get experienced advice from progressives like Davis. Barack Obama, victor in the 13th State Senate District, encouraged NPers to join in his task forces on Voter Education and Voter Registration. The lone loser was Willie Delgado, in the 3rd Illinois House District. Although Delgado received 45% of the vote, he lost by only 800 votes. Delgado commented that it was due to the NP volunteers that he carried the 32nd Ward. Delgado emphasized that he will remain a visible community activist in Humbolt Park. He will conduct four Immigration workshops and encouraged NP activists to get involved.

Kudos to Politically Drunk On Power for digging up this information about Obama's membership in the socialist New Party. The question now is if the MSM will deem his party membership important enough to report on. They sure didn't hesitate to report on Todd Palin's membership in the Alaska Independence Party.

UPDATE: Yet more proof of Obama's close involvement in the socialist New Party from NewsBusters' Hermano who provided this link to the Chicago Democratic Socialists of American September-October 1995 New Ground 42 edition:

About 50 activists attended the Chicago New Party membership meeting in July. The purpose of the meeting was to update members on local activities and to hear appeals for NP support from four potential political candidates. The NP is being very active in organization building and politics. There are 300 members in Chicago. In order to build an organizational and financial base the NP is sponsoring house parties. Locally it has been successful both fiscally and in building a grassroots base. Nationwide it has resulted in 1000 people committed to monthly contributions. The NP's political strategy is to support progressive candidates in elections only if they have a concrete chance to "win". This has resulted in a winning ratio of 77 of 110 elections. Candidates must be approved via a NP political committee. Once approved, candidates must sign a contract with the NP. The contract mandates that they must have a visible and active relationship with the NP.

The political entourage included Alderman Michael Chandler, William Delgado, chief of staff for State Rep Miguel del Valle, and spokespersons for State Sen. Alice Palmer, Sonya Sanchez, chief of staff for State Sen. Jesse Garcia, who is running for State Rep in Garcia's District; and Barack Obama, chief of staff for State Sen. Alice Palmer. Obama is running for Palmer's vacant seat.

So Obama signed a contract with the New Party? Verrrry interesting.

—P.J. Gladnick is a freelance writer and creator of the DUmmie FUnnies blog. (source)

I don't know why I bothered......most of the "government educated/indoctrinated" Obama supporters don't have a problem with Socialism. Hell, some of them even theorize that Socialism is biblical!


Anonymous said...

i just stumbled across ur blog randomly, it is very refreshing to your hear ur points of view articulated in well put together manner. being conservative is bad, thats what the media tells us and until we(people across US) understand that the media has a very powerful force and agenda in controlling things, nothing will change. such bias liberal media sways the perception of feeble minds, which sad to say is what majortiy of US citizens are. Keep up the good work

Anonymous said...

Why didn't this come out sooner? It seems logical to me that if I ran a newspaper, I'd immediately do a name search against my archives/database of any candidate who announced he was running for the U.S. Senate in 2004. Are we to believe the Chicago Tribune and Chicago Sun Times didn't cover the 1996 Illinois state election? I'd bet a dollar to a donut they did, and they would have uncovered stories about those races if they'd done a search.

At best, it seems like a case of journalistic negligence if somebody didn't do a search of prior newspaper articles to see if they had refences to a U.S. Senate candidate. At worst, it seems like they did the search, found adverse information, and intentionally buried it. -- SCOTT

Laurie and Alan said...

CBW, you should send this to Glenn Beck!

ziggy said...

CBW, this administration will probably go after the internet archive now.

Smile said...

Yes, they are going after the internet with net neutrality, as in tomorrow in the Senate.

"Why didn't this come out sooner?"

We're discouraged from stating the obvious: The Lame Stream Media is in 'their' back pocket. Our educational systems are in their back pocket. They have total support from the unions. As we know, 'they' want total control. That's what net neutrality (that our Senators are dealing with tomorrow) is all about.

So often we hear harsh statements about the lily white from Europe that want to keep people down. Funny that 'they' are the ones who duplicate all those old European policies, like those found in DSA. Compare the platforms and see for yourself.

See how it worked then and remember that it's insane to try the same thing expecting different results.

Robert said...

Brother X says: "Saying duck is racist!"

WomanHonorThyself said...

great work and keep up the good fight!

Roadhouse said...

Great work! Keep digging and keep posting! We need more people out there to get the word out about this guy before he destroys the nation...if it's not too late already.
Consider me a new fan.

ar said...

Ducks on the pond cbw. Wanna see who set them ducks out? I bet you already know.

Great stuff. thank you

ar said...

The most inept president ever to take office:

Attorneymom said...

President Obama and classism hiring: