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You know technically stepping away from fascism is a step towards Marxism, even if you never end up there.  But that’s not what Right Wing nutjobs were thinking as they vociferously objected to the notion of President Obama addressing the nation’s children.

MSNBC’s Keith Olbermann juxtaposes the apoplectic diatribes of conservatives and Obama’s actual speech.

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4 thoughts on “Be Very, Very Afraid of Marxisty Obama

    • Oh, there are some nutters, fd. It’s a goddamn carnival of hate. And I’m really fed up with the pervs-for-Jesus stories.

      Thanks for the comment, btw. 🙂

  1. Hey,

    I don’t know about Marxism or this particular speech (and I sure ain’t a republican or conservative… at least the kind that seems to permeate TV). But I would have to suggest that we are, in fact, verging on Fascism. For Fascism is the the Corporate running of the state (and there is absolutely no doubt or argument that corporations are running the show here).

    So, yes, the right-wing nutjobs rant and rave about ignorant and idiotic reasons, but they don’t even know what fascism is or that their dear leader was the figure head before *** **** *** we have now.

    This isn’t Marxist. It is Fascist, pure and simple.

    • The fascism I was referring to, B-man, was Halliburton, KBR, Blackwater…the Texas providers of poison FEMA trailers– with their no-bid contracts.

      Obama’s not a fascist or Marxist. I’ll leave it at that.

      (I’m editing out your double entendre. Wouldn’t want to leave folks with the wrong impression.)

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