Saturday, February 21, 2015

Well, duh. Like we haven't known about Frank Marshall Davis since Obama strutted onto the stage.

"Rudy Giuliani clarifies Obama comments by claiming the President has been influenced by communism, socialism."


Anonymous said...

"The Communist: Frank Marshall Davis: The Untold Story of Barack Obama's FATHER"

There. Fixed it for ya. You're welcome.

B Woodman

Anonymous said...

Where is "Oswald", (The Lucky Rabbit),000 when you really need him?

oughtsix said...

The resulting comments from GOP notables in the wake of Giuliani's speech, running away at top speed with extreme hypocrisy and cowardice, tell you all you need to know about the chances that voting will solve our problems.

Informed42 said...

Good for Rudy !!! It's nice to see that at least one man has the guts to speak out and tell things as they really are.

michael said...


Why can't ya sign your name when ya call people names and diss them? Rudy finally did what needed to be done, much too late but he did it, and the news is covering it. No one cares about anon.

Anonymous said...

To anonymous at 7:55,

Rudy may be a "senile old fool", but you sir, are a bootlicking douchebag.

I, like Rudy, call it like I see it!

Sign your name, coward!

Tom 762

Paul X said...

“He doesn’t love you. He doesn’t love me. He wasn’t brought up the way you were brought up and I was brought up: To love this country,” Giuliani said of Obama...
Rudy is describing everybody in the ruling class, including himself (all are a bunch of narcissist sociopaths). I notice he also plays the old trick of combining love for country (the people, the place, the traditions and culture) with support for government. One can (and should) love the real country and hate the government.

"It is the duty of the patriot to protect his country from the government."
--Thomas Paine 'The Rights of Man'

The flap over communism is the same, commonplace in Washington DC. Washington dispenses either socialist-flavored fascism or fascist-flavored socialism, depending on who is in power. Whatever it is, it ain't liberty.