The Professional Left vs. the Amateur Right

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By Oleg Atbashian | PJ Media [PROG OFF]

Of all the slips of the tongue and unintentional admissions by this administration, Robert Gibbs' "Professional Left" comment may well be the one they wish they could squeeze back into their collective windpipe the most:

I hear these people saying (Obama) is like George Bush. Those people ought to be drug tested. ... I mean, it's crazy. ... The Professional Left ... will be satisfied when we have Canadian health care and we've eliminated the Pentagon. That's not reality. ... They wouldn't be satisfied if Dennis Kucinich was president.

That is, perhaps, the first objective analysis we've heard from Gibbs in his career as Obama's press secretary - and it's likely to be the last one. For speaking his mind, Gibbs has been urged to resign in disgrace, as if he had committed treason.

We may laugh it off - and, as usual, dismiss the Left as a bunch of silly loons. Or we might consider that their ferocious attacks on Gibbs might be caused by something more sinister than a mere suggestion that on the planet of Hopeychangia, reality is a buzzkill. The latter is not a secret; neither is the fact that the truth is to the loony fringe what the cross is to the vampires. If that were Gibbs' only transgression, he would've been slapped on the wrist, not kicked in the liver. So why the uproar? Why the feeling of betrayal? And just who exactly is the Professional Left?

The term "Professional Left" denotes a growing industry that specializes in converting other people's money into an ideological product, while making a good living out of it in the process.

It would seem that Robert Gibbs broke the first rule of the Professional Left, which is, you do not talk about the Professional Left.

Now that Gibbs has recklessly uttered the monster's true name, the Professional Left has collectively risen from the murky depth, roaring and raving, demanding a ritualistic sacrifice in the form of the press secretary's political corpse. To be fair, not all of those roaring actually belong to the Professional Left; many are mere wannabes who are too kooky to be included anywhere.

The term "Professional Left" hasn't been in open circulation before, but it deserves to stick. The casual way in which Gibbs dropped the phrase suggests that it is part of the inner circle's jargon, and that the White House residents are fully aware of its meaning, function, and implication: there is a class of people with radical leftist views who have made it their job - with the help of abundant grants, foundations, and trusts - to carry out propaganda campaigns, indoctrinate, subvert, and plant the seeds of the leftist worldview in people's minds through the arts, media, education, blogging, and street protests. For many it's the only income they've had in years. As with most professional enthusiasts, after a while the pre-paid idealism gives way to cynicism, and the quest for truth turns into a mechanical repetition of talking points.

In today's busted economy, the Professional Left remains the only booming sector. It has grown so big, it's time they unionized - which may be a good thing, for it will definitely reduce their productivity and make them go bust, just like the auto industry. That's when the American economy may finally start booming again, since there definitely is a reverse correlation between the two. But then, I'm afraid, the cycle will repeat, because the Professional Left tend to multiply faster in a booming economy with plenty of trickle-down opportunities. When a tide lifts all boats, it also lifts flotsam and jetsam.

Observe how many Professional Left organizations spawned in the years of Bush's presidency, when tax cuts ushered in economic prosperity. Immediately, they started working on bringing the economy down. The most prolific hatching, of course, occurred in the wake of the hate-Bush political flotilla.

These creatures always give themselves benevolent, kind names. Common Dreams, for example, hatched in the good year of 1997, when the Republican majority in Congress was steering the country into prosperity. Among other things, the name "Common Dreams" adequately describes the Professional Left's collective ambition to attach themselves to a "progressive" think tank, with the feeding tube connected directly to the deep pocket of George Soros or his equivalent.

In contrast, there's no such class of people on the right. Those employed in the several right-leaning think tanks are too few to make up a class, or even a guild. The same applies to a handful of magazines and newspapers, one Fox News channel, and a few dozen local and national radio talk show hosts.

They are not living off public subsidies, leeching off charities, or smuggling in a fringe ideology wrapped in a mainstream format, which is what the Professional Left does. Unlike their ideological opponents, these people openly state their beliefs, make a living through legitimate advertising, and run honest, sustainable businesses. They may be a force, but there aren't enough of them to fill a large auditorium.

As of this writing, the Professional Left is desperately trying to coin the term "professional right," and to use it as broadly and as often as they can to counterbalance Gibbs' statement. Notice how unanimously they are repeating it now, pretending it had always existed and wasn't made up by them just a few days ago for damage control.

But in real life, no intellectually honest person can talk about a "professional right" with a straight face. If such a term existed, it would most likely refer to those who earn a living in the private sector, own businesses, and are indeed professionals.

I'm not talking about official political parties and their operatives. Many of the activists on the right aren't registered Republicans; even when they vote for the GOP candidates, they often do so holding their noses.

What we have is the Amateur Right: a loose amalgamation of free-roaming conservatives and libertarians who engage in political activism in their spare time - and on their own dime.

The Amateur Right's favorite pastime is listening to talk radio and fighting a battle of wits on political blogs and discussion forums. They are frequently accused of being corporate sellouts by their leftist opponents. A typical presumption is that no one would defend capitalist free markets unless they were paid to do so by a shady deep-pocketed entity. (That happened to me more than once and I've heard similar stories from others.) When the Amateur Right finally protested in the streets as tea partiers, the Professional Left and the Democrat leaders similarly accused them of being Astroturf laid down by insurance companies.

The accusations are telling. The astroturfing itself is a patented invention of the Professional Left - complete with union-sponsored buses full of uniformed "activists" with identical pre-printed signs. Many leftist bloggers are getting paid for building up the visibility of their causes on the Internet. Assigning these traits to the Amateur Right appears to be a projection, shaped by a narrative that measures success in dollars received from grants, charities, government funding, and salaries within the ranks of the Professional Left.

Even the wildly popular Tea Party Express must run its own independent fundraising to maintain the buses and the small staff of operatives. No money for them will be coming anytime soon from charitable foundations, whose fortunes were made through capitalist enterprise but whose programs invariably benefit opponents of capitalism.

Remember John Lennon's Imagine? As a mental exercise, try playing it in your head while imagining the Ford, Gates, Kellogg, or Rockefeller Foundations, the Pew Charitable Trust, and the rest of the usual NPR contributors giving money to cultivate the ideals of capitalism, individualism, and republicanism - or to promote the virtues of free enterprise and private property in poor urban areas. All you'll get is a headache and a bad case of cognitive dissonance. Tea parties need not apply. The charitable cup of tea tilts leftward by design. And so do the money bags.

If you feed pigeons in your driveway, your house and your car will soon be covered with droppings and you'll need an umbrella just to get to your mailbox. Our current president has learned this the hard way, after a volley of metaphorical droppings landed on his own head. Now he needs an anti-pigeon umbrella too - and he has only himself to blame for it.

Obama's entire career has been about organizing, sustaining, and advancing the Professional Left and their operations. One such undertaking involved the processing of $50 million given by the conservative Annenberg Foundation to reform Chicago public schools from 1995 to 2001.

In this Obama was assisted by Bill Ayers, the former Marxist terrorist turned professor, who develops and teaches the methodology of advancing leftist dogmas in the classroom. If you think Obama and Ayers designed a reform to improve test scores, think again: the academic performance remained as poor as it ever was. But guess what? The ideological indoctrination of students skyrocketed, along with the numbers of public school teachers turned into Professional Left operatives. Mission accomplished - conservative money was successfully converted into leftist ideology.

The abuse of the Annenberg Challenge wasn't the only example of conservative funding being hijacked by the Professional Left and used to destroy conservatism. It's how the Professional Left make a living. Converting other people's money into hot air is their raison d'être; everything else is a side effect.

ImageBut if Michael Moore was more honest, the picture would look as follows:

ImageA deeper research might even result in a completely different movie poster, incorporating a slightly modified logo of Inernational Socialists:

It would be half as bad if they only processed the money given to them voluntarily. But the Professional Left has learned how to extract money designated for non-political purposes, and developed a variety of techniques that allow them to leech off society through government grants and endowments, union dues, and even church donations.

From 1994 to 2009, ACORN received at least $53 million in federal funding, of which they stole five million for themselves, and converted the rest into radical left-wing action to subvert America's political institutions.

Obama once worked with ACORN as a community organizer, processing other people's money into ideology, and later as a lawyer, defending their right to such activities. In the first year of Obama's presidency, ACORN was poised to receive up to $8.5 billion more tax dollars through the stimulus bill, despite being under investigation for voter registration fraud in a dozen states. That same year, their "common dreams" were shattered when Congress finally withheld their funding. However, what tipped the scale was not the fact that ACORN was a home of professional subversives, but an unrelated scandal that was hardly ideological in nature and involved underage prostitution.

The Professional Left's appetites go far beyond government coffers. Even after you've paid your taxes and saved some cash for personal spending, part of it will still be sucked into the Professional Left's omnipresent and hyperactive proboscis through movie tickets, cable and newspaper subscriptions, college, and other tuition fees. You can roughly measure how much by the amount of ideological hot air coming from the screens, news columns, and your school curricula.

Every time you buy a corporate product or service - a computer from Hewlett Packard, a cell phone from Verizon, cereal from Kellogg, jeans from Levi Strauss, cosmetics from Liz Claiborne, or medicines from Merck - you also feed the Professional Left. All of these, and most other big companies have donated to leftist groups and causes, as well as conducted "progressive" seminars with employees - paying Professional Left instructors. This money is included in the price of their products and services.

The same goes for your investments and saving deposits. JP Morgan, Chase, Wachovia, Bank of America, US Bank, Citibank, PNC Bank, Provident Bank, and others have been giving money - voluntarily or otherwise - to ACORN and other branches of the Professional Left's ideological-industrial complex.

Guess who is best positioned today to appropriate billions of tax dollars in stimulus slush funds, and to process them into organic, locally made hot air? Even without ACORN there remains a well-trained, hungry army of looters and moochers collectively known as the Professional Left. No doubt each and every one of them has already been counted and added to the list of "three million jobs saved or created" by this administration. Their job description? To spend as much of your money as possible to strike at America's foundations, demonize your values, indoctrinate your children, and destroy your way of life.

President Obama is proactively doing just that on a national scale, converting the American economy into a gigantic ball of ideologically sound hot air, while making a nice living for himself and for all those who assist him in that activity. If that does not describe him as the ultimate mover and shaker of the Professional Left, I don't know what else does.

The Professional Left brought him up. They taught Obama everything he knows about politics, economy, culture, history, and international relations. Admittedly, most of his friends and associates in later life were also members of the Professional Left. Even when they were teaching in academia like Bill Ayers, preaching in church like Jeremiah Wright, or writing poetry books like Frank Marshall Davis, they still did the work of the Professional Left, since professional boundaries in those areas have long ago been severely and deliberately blurred.

Slowly but surely, the Professional Left's complex has diversified and expanded its frontiers to include professional educators, filmmakers, entertainers, lawyers, writers, clergy, journalists, politicians, government workers, and now also members of the president's cabinet and even the president himself. And given the proverbial revolving door in their membership, they can all move freely from one field to another without ever stepping outside the common hot air bubble, staying in touch with the others trough a common, members-only mailing list. One of such mailing lists, recently discovered and analyzed by the Daily Caller, was used by specialists in various sectors of the Professional Left to share thoughts on the many ways they can spend your money, shove their ideology down your throat, and bamboozle you into voting Obama into the White House.


To paraphrase Obama's own words, instead of complaining about the Professional Left, his administration should be thanking them.

Remember the Fight Club movie where an anti-corporate rebel develops a split personality disorder? He starts a fight club only to realize in the final scene that all this time, he had been fighting himself. The poor man ends up strapped to a chair in a building his other self had rigged with explosives. That didn't go well.

Now let's add some historical perspective.

The term "Professional Left" existed in the early 20th century Russian empire as "professional revolutionaries." The term described a large group of gainfully employed leftist activists whose full-time job was street agitation and community organizing. They also set up subversive networks, created and distributed propaganda, and sabotaged the existing political and economic system by any other means possible. To be sure, the system they were destroying wasn't perfect, but the one they created was much, much worse. Just as in today's America, wealthy industrialists frequently gave them money. And, as in today's America, they capitalized on a crisis to obtain power.

After the 1917 takeover, former professional revolutionaries carried this title on their sleeves, proudly listing it as an entry in their official work record - a document they introduced especially to control the population by keeping track of who did what in the years of "dark capitalist exploitation."

But when their dysfunctional state-run economy turned out to be a disaster, accusations went flying in all directions, not dissimilar to the verbal shots exchanged today between the opportunistic White House and the dogmatic Professional Left.

As the tensions among the ruling elites escalated, some professional revolutionaries turned into the executioners of other professional revolutionaries who refused to toe the Party line. First the Bolshevik revolutionaries rounded up all the Menshevik revolutionaries who held but a slightly different view on running the country. Then they came for the Trotskyites, who used to be the most ardent revolutionaries of them all. Trotsky fled, but they got him later in Mexico with an ice axe.

But even as the "enemies" had been liquidated, the economy still remained in shambles. That's when the victors began to round up and shoot their own. The blame game and paranoia penetrated all levels of the Party, the government, and the society at large, culminating in massive repressions and show trials, almost entirely eliminating the professional revolutionaries as a class by the late 1930s. Unsurprisingly, those who survived were the most cynical and corrupt.

If you think this could only happen in Russia, look at all the other "people's dictatorships" created and governed by the Professional Left around the world.

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The moral of this history lesson is this: if given power, the Professional Left becomes a danger to society and themselves. Closing down their shop will not just save the country and the economy - it will also save these "professionals" from their own kind.

What's the Amateur Right to do opposite the Professional Left?

While the iron is hot, put pressure on your representatives to pull the plug on every bit of federal and state funding that goes, directly or indirectly, to the Professional Left - and make a big deal out of it. Wasteful spending is bad; wasteful spending that feeds the Professional Left doubles the damage.

In peace time, every man is entitled to his own opinions and must be left to his own devices. Not so during a crisis, which requires a different set of rules. The Professional Left likes "a good crisis" because it gives them wartime powers without a war. But every stick has two ends. Today's crisis was brought upon us by the actions of the Professional Left and it can't be resolved by the same people who caused it. If it's a crisis they want, it's a crisis they'll get, if of a different nature. Forget the peacetime thinking.

The least the Amateur Right can do is turn the term "Professional Left" into an insult and give it the widest circulation. Learn to identify, expose, and isolate the Professional Left. Ostracize and ridicule them. Disrupt their networks and cut off their finances. Deny them the moral high ground from which they preach and obtain public support. Turn their work, assets, narrative, images, and their very words against them. Do it for the children. They should thank us for it.

Don't compromise, and never forget that their morals are crooked, their logic is flawed, their honor is stolen, their motives are corrupt, their methods are criminal, and their goal is a disaster.

Great blog comrade!

Remember Progressive brethren: "You have to go backwards to advance progressively".

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Comrade Red Square, what is this "honesty" you speak of? Doesn't the professional left deal in the leftist version of taqiya?

On a related note, I've been reading The Gulag Archipelago. The results of the revolution in 1917 (executions, gulags, slave labor, government created famines, inability to see Loony Toons in their original form) wasn't pretty, but thanks to Solzhenitsyn's ironic tone and general sarcastic attitude, it's almost like reading a 1200 page People's Cube post.

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Lay your money down: whenever the Left accuses the Right of buying votes, astroturfing, obstructing legislation for political gain, or subverting the good of the Republic, they are simply admitting that this is how they themselves operate. It is always a safe bet. They cannot conceive of an honest man.

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Outstanding! You may have reached a pinnacle with this one. It's probably all downhill from here. Have you considered retiring? I kid I kid.

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Comrade Red Square,

You have pointed out the elephant in the living room, and that is that we are becoming far too lax and emboldened in our position. We must take care to never reveal our true left to the left intentions, lest we get discovered by those tea party screamers. For now, even though you have given enough hints in your article above, I think we are safe from being discovered as true believers in our glorious one party system.

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Great Post! Sounds like it could be a great introduction to a book. Your perspective is more sound then the political talking heads, you lived it.

Keep up the great work! the way. My "People's Cube" has become quite a topic of conversation when my fellow travelers teachers walk in my classroom and see it displayed. Some of the "professional left" on my campus can't figure it out....and I won't explain it to them. They are left to their own devices in truly figuring out how to win at The People's Cube. Like the scene at the end of the 1980's movie, War Games, the only way to win is to not play the Marxism itself.

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[Out of Karakter]

Some of these caricatures are just downright brilliant. Oleg should be awarded Great Comedian award.

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Ура, товарищи!
Should you be telling the whole truth right now? Someone might listen and create true hope and change of the Founding Fathers. Oh the horror, the horror....................

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Mondo at Death By 1000 Papercuts posted a glowing review of this article.

Thanks, Mondo! The more people read it, the merrier!

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Small wonder that the Obamas seem out of touch with average Americans, living a lavish lifestyle even by Presidential standards during the worst recession since the Great Depression. Obama has never known personal or fiscal restraint. He never had a real job. The money was always magically provided by the Vast Leftwing Conspiracy.

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Comrade Red Square, your genius is way over the borderline. I'm as speechless as a mime. I don't know what else to do or say except proclaim you the latest recipient of Pinkie's prestigious Beet of the Week Award!

And for the mother who made you sit up straight and eat your beets because there were children starving in the ghettos of capitalist Amerika, this bumpersticker:


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CRAP is made possible with funds from Obama's stimulus. Just this last year, CRAP created 50 new jobs making awareness ribbons and wristbands for walk-a-thons. Through “Beet of the Week Gives Back”, your giving back will allow us to hire two more people through next Tuesday.

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Just a guess, but all fifty of those jobs are held by a certain red-scarfed member of the collective?

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Red Square wrote:Mondo at Death By 1000 Papercuts posted a glowing review of this article.

Thanks, Mondo! The more people read it, the merrier!
Comrade Director Red Square.....

The word keeps getting out on your most equal of tomes regarding the Professional Left!
HillBuzz's ChrissytheHyphenated has posted it. Thumbs UP! ... t-22-2010/

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As of this hour, the Cube stats are showing a sudden surge in traffic. I investigated and found that Mark Levin posted the link as a Tweet on his site, saying that it's "Long but very interesting."

Then I also found the same link on his Facebook page, with over 70 comments. I wanted to read them, but Facebook asked me to log in first. After I logged in, the page refreshed - and I could no longer find that link. It vanished along with the comments, that very moment. Considering that only Levin or one of his admins can remove posts, I'm assuming that it was either accidental, or someone looked at our other posts, didn't get the sarcasm, and decided to err on the side of caution.

We'll see if he mentions this article on his show tonight.

I didn't screen-capture Facebook, so just in case I'll make a screenshot of Mark Levin Show site...


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I just started following Levin, and then re-Tweeted the Tweet.

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Goodness gracious, if I knew we were expecting visitors I would've tidied up the place...

Quick Leninka, vacuum the carpet. I'll empty the trash cans. Pinkie, put out the guest towels in the restroom. Frau, put more beer in the frig and set out some bowls with pretzels and chips.

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I'll make sure to have plenty of front group pamphlets, too. Never let a visit go to waste when it comes to indoctrination, and giving our glorious system of government a warm, cozy feel.


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The "professional Left" are "bitter clingers" that are forever bitter over their lives, seeking retribution of wrongs not committed and always clinging to all that's wrongs, inconsistent, hypocritical, and insane.

(I will admit I'm bitter for never receiving the Beet of the Week Award :(

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Richard Fernandez has just posted his own excellent article in Pajamas Media, in which he heavily quotes my article and expands it with more details, examples, proof, and conclusions.

The Inner Circle

I posted a comment too.
Oleg wrote:Being in the position of the amateurs is a disadvantage, but there has to be some strategic advantage in that as well. Judo, for example, was developed as a set of skills allowing a weaker, unarmed common man to fight a stronger, heavily armed government enforcer by using the attacker's strength against him. That is a powerful concept. The Professional Left has been using it for years against us amateurs. They started small, running circles around us and robbing us blind. But now they've grown big and have BECOME the establishment. It's time we learned to use the political judo against them.

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This 'industry' which David Horowitz exposed in detail on his website (DiscovertheNetworks) has me perplexed. Since they produce nothing of value, they must require a constant infusion of cash. And since many of these jokers earn substantial salaries the question I have is where does all the money come from?

It's common to point to someone like George Soros, yet even he would soon go bankrupt funding all these think tanks and charitable front organizations. Likewise the nickels and dimes that the domestic Left could contribute is insufficient. And all the contributions from Universities and corporations would pale in comparison to the money spent.

I've always suspected that some cabal of enemy nations are behind this. When the Soviet Union collapsed many of these organizations fell silent for years (for lack of funding and direction) only to return to life sometime around the 2000 election.

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On the Left, words and concepts mean what they want them to mean and are subject to change without notice. (Now where have I heard that phrase before?) Example: Solzhenitsyn's The Gulag Archipelago, part 3, page 155 of the hardcover edition:
And what was next? Where was the stimulus to be sought? Money, piece rates, bonus payments? But all of that carried the acrid smell of recent capitalism, and a long period was required, another generation, for that smell to cease to irritate, so it could be peaceably accepted as "the socialist principle of material incentive."
They control the horizontal. They control the vertical.

And I should have mentioned,

Raum Emmanual Goldstein
Professional Left???!!!

You mean we're supposed to get PAID to do this???

Obamadammit! Where's my &^&%%$&@ check!

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I have been a "professional" all of my life and I demand reparations. That is only fair. Obamadammit is correct. We I am having my money stolen right out of my professional fingers. (and this is money I am happy to give in tax to most benevolent government)

*Mr. FEMA and FBI personages: Please send my check to [email protected]. I also accept credit cards, money orders, cash, Euros, marks, pesos, rupiah, piasse, ruples, vodka and most beer.

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Fraulein Pulloskies wrote:I also accept credit cards, money orders, cash, Euros, marks, pesos, rupiah, piasse, ruples, vodka and most beer.

Fair Comradress Fraulein.....
Most beer? Do you refuse the true Prole beer?


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umm, I almost remenber that photo being taken, were it not for the higher consumption of Prole beer the morning, but, it was a few years ago. My! What a lovely creature I was in my younger yewth, was I not?!

But, I must add in all disclosure, Prole beer in no longer acceptable. It is a bit common for the uncommon and we elite in the Cube have a higher, refined taste, to be shared equally among the more equal.

Would you expect fearless Leader to drink Prooooole beer? I think not!

he is so classless classy after all.

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El Jefe Generalismo wrote:Great blog comrade!

Remember Progressive brethren: "You have to go backwards to advance progressively".

Much like "We must spend money to keep from going bankrupt" - J. Biden

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"From 1994 to 2009, ACORN received at least $53 million in federal funding"

The Republicans were in control during much of that period. These fascists are cunning, comrades. Clearly these counter-revolutionary wrecker Republicans have slyly subverted the comrades by shoveling vast amounts of capitalist wealth sucked from the blood of the workers toward them! There is no end to the cruelty and cunning of the fascist beasts!

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Prole ISTSU (what a glorious long name, comrade), you are correct that we need continue watching the rascally Rethuglicans, who only live to undermine the Grand Design of Change ™ , proposed by The Changer ™

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Welcome Comrade ISTSU,

And then along came Dear Leader, who, with the signing of the Grand Stimulus Package, with the intention of giving ACORN another 5.2 Billion under the guise of "Neighbor Stabilization Program." Those Rethuglicans are so stingy. If they want to be true progs, they need to be a little more generous.

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Fraulein Pulloskies wrote: he is so classless classy after all.

If not for class envy, Obama would have no class at all.

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Obama and Michelle...a fairy tale couple:

Jack Sprat could eat no fat, his wife could eat no lean.

Red Square: "there is a class of people with radical leftist views who have made it their job - with the help of abundant grants, foundations, and trusts - to carry out propaganda campaigns, indoctrinate, subvert, and plant the seeds of the leftist worldview in people's minds through the arts, media, education, blogging, and street protests."

State gun-clinging, Manifesto-thumping Marxists are as tireless and reletless as the most ardent evangelical Christian in spreading their religion into the minds of others. Under the evangelical Marxist religion, Marxist government (themselves) becomes god.

"The ideology's impact is through the emotions, which render the ideology attractive to man and induce him to be ready for sacrifice on its behalf. Spiritual elation and inspiration are the kinds of emotions experienced by the participants in socialist movements. This accounts, too, for the behavior of the leaders of socialist movements in the thick of the fight, down through the ages--their seemingly inexhaustible reserves of energy as pamphleteers, agitators, and organizers...The religious aspects of socialism may explain the extraordinary attraction of socialist doctrines and their capacity to inflame individuals and to inspire popular movements. It is precisely these aspects of socialism which cannot be explained when socialism is regarded as a political or economic category. Socialism's pretensions to be a universal world view comprising and explaining everything also make it akin to religion. A characteristic of religion is socialism's view of history not as a chaotic phenomenon but as an entity that has a goal, a meaning and a justification. In other words, both socialism and religion view history teleologically... Finally, socialism's hostility toward traditional religion hardly contradicts this judgment--it may simply be a matter of animosity between rival religions.” Igor Shafarevich ... menon.html

“The individual is only a cell... power is collective. The individual only has power in so far that he ceases to be an individual... If he can make complete utter submission; if he can escape from his identity; if he can merge himself in the Party so that he is the Party, then he is all powerful and immortal… The Party seeks power entirely for its own sake. We are not interested in the good of others... We are different from all the oligarchies of the past in that we know what we're doing... Power is not a means, it is an end… The object of power is power... Always there will be the intoxication of power... We are the Priests of Power... You are imagining that there is something called human nature which will be outraged by what we do, and will turn against us; but we create human nature." George Orwell - 1984

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The award below is for anyone who actually THINKS there's a professional left!
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The limits to the left's measures to keep their grip on power is unbelievable! Then again, no it isn't....

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1. There is the underground CPUSA left, but they usually don't have any money to give any one.

2. There is the limousine liberal left. They are often trust funders who are ashamed of their inherited wealth - this is where most of the money comes from. One branch of the limousine liberal left are the trial lawyers who are the biggest donors to the Democratic party.

3. There are the femiNazi left. They want the government to pay for all abortions, child care, and day care needs upon those rare occasions when they give birth, and won't mind when government becomes everyone's parent.

4. There's the whiney left, who hate everything from meat and white potatoes to Sarah Palin's hair-do, and want the government to legislate everything from how many calories are in your airline meal or theater popcorn, to smoking in the privacy of your own apartment. The bottom line is that they want the government to decide all issues of individual freedom.

5. And there are the Communist University Professor Left. They make it their business to teach students about the Progressive World of Next Tuesday, and they are already supported by either state or federal government funds.

6. And, of course, there is the Hollywood left, who feel they have the right to speak for all gay people, all black people, but they mostly don't see to care all that much about Mexicans or poor people.

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I don't know what this means, but The Party said it might belong here for later revision:

"I am not a member of any organized political party. I am a *republican*." -Will Rogers

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This is a good summary of the Left's organized funding to support my original point. None of this exists on the Right.

Who Funds the Radical Left In America?

Very few Americans realize there exists a large network of far left philanthropists and foundations in America dedicated to destroying the American way of life, our Christian-based culture and our free enterprise system. They seek to remove America from its constitutional foundations and move it toward a European-style socialism. Much of this effort is coordinated by a little known group called the Tides Foundation and its related group, the Tides Center.

Over the course of its 33 year history, the Tides network has given hundreds of millions of dollars to anti-free enterprise groups, gun control groups, anti-private property groups, abortion rights groups, homosexual groups, groups engaged in voter fraud, anti-military groups, and organizations that seek to destroy America's constitutional basis. All told, over 100 leftist organizations have received funding from one of the two Tides groups.
Not surprisingly, this network of anti-American groups played a key role in electing Barack Obama by using classic propaganda techniques in making false allegations about Bush (he lied regarding WMDs, he stole the election in Florida, he knew in advance about 9/11, etc, etc.) and created the impression that Bush and by extension, the GOP, was corrupt. Obama, of course, was portrayed as the reformer who would save America from this corruption.

Millions of Americans fell for this mythology and so without being openly partisan, this vast network of far left groups, along with its media allies, was able to manipulate American public opinion during the last election cycle. Meanwhile, anyone who tried to reveal Obama's real agenda, his role in the corrupt Chicago political machine, his socialist political associations, or his soft spot for Middle Eastern terrorists was labeled a kook by this same network.

The amount of funding the Tides Foundation and Tides Center provides the hard left is unprecedented. Indeed, its financial disclosures show that the Tides Center has raised between $48 and $71 million each year since 1998 and the bulk of this revenue is contributed back to far left groups. The closely-aligned Tides Foundation has reported revenues of between $59 and $77 million every year since 2002. The two tax exempt groups are supposed to be non-partisan, but they are certainly extremely political and they push the envelope regarding what non-profit groups are allowed to do politically. All together, both Tides groups have contributed over $500 million to the organized left.
The list of hard-left causes is long and there is not enough space to review them all. But here's a brief review of a few of them:

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