Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Obama sought endorsement of radical leftist New Party


If you will do a google search online by typing in "Obama's connection to communists"
It's All there! I did not exaggerate these things.
You can see pictures & a chart of his close associates at

Did you know that Obama won the 1996 endorsement by the New Party, while he ran for a seat in Illinois?

What is the New Party? It’s easy to allege that this group is closely tied to former communists, but digging in to the New Party and Obama’s involvement, it becomes abundantly apparent that Obama not only knew what the New Party was when he sought its endorsement, but through his ties with ACORN, the radical left activist organization, Obama used his radical left connections to get elected to the Illinois State Senate.

The New Party was established in 1992 by union activist Sandy Pope and University of Wisconsin professor Joel Rogers,” USA Today reported on November 16, 1992. The paper wrote that the new party was “self-described [as] ‘socialist democratic.’”

Throughout its creation and rise, the New Party sought to unite alienated leftists who had grown disgusted by Bill Clinton’s embrace of the center-left Democratic Leadership Council. The Wisconsin State Journal summed up where the Left was in February of 1992. “Angry Americans,” Jesse Waldman wrote, “particularly left-wing Democrats"

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