Senator Obama’s class warfare rhetoric and recent comments about ‘spreading the wealth’ show that his economic view is solidly socialist.
Fort Worth, TX (WiredPRNews.com)—Senator Obama’s recent comments to an Ohio plumber about taxing small business owners who make at least $250,000 a year shows that his economic policies would punish those who work and reward those who don’t.
This is not much of a surprise considering that Chicago Communists Saul Alinsky and Frank Marshall Davis were major influences on Barack Obama.
Alinsky is the author of the 1971 book Rules for Radicals, which delivers step-by-step information on how to infiltrate democracies and slowly replace them from within with communism. Alinsky, who was the subject of Hillary Rodham Clinton’s thesis, was also a Chicago community organizer and active member of the Communist Party.
Frank Marshall Davis is another Obama mentor and Chicago native. While the white Alinsky, who died in 1972, did not live long enough impact Obama in person, Davis, who is black, did. The impact upon Obama was profound and lasted until his death in 1987.
Davis served as a father figure to Obama in the late 1970s and is prominently mentioned in Obama’s book Dreams From My Father as ‘Frank the Poet.’
Of course, Obama has hardly backed away from the socialist label. In his book Dreams From My Father, Obama talks about his attendance of socialist conferences and his reading of Marxist literature, according to an October 8, 2008 article by Cliff Kincaid that appeared on the Accuracy in Media website under the title ‘Obama’s Communist Mentor.’
The associations of Frank Marshall Davis and Saul Alinksy are quite disturbing, especially in light of Obama’s ties to terrorist William Ayers, Reverend Jeremiah Wright and Louis Farrakhan.