……..In America they prefer to call themselves “Progressive”.
They know they cannot sell their Marxist products honestly, in sunlight and fresh air. The Left never tells us when “Progressives” will control too much of human life…….When do they stop being Progressive and be honest enough to call themselves what they are…MARXIST…striving to create THE SYSTEM OF GOVERNING WHICH MICROMANAGES HUMAN BEHAVIOR BY AUTHORITY OF A RULING PARY TO DICTATE EQUALITY!
That ruling PARTY controls all means of communication, all educational institutions, controls science, entertainment, philosophy and religion, which means atheism, for the State overtakes the role of the traditional Deity. Knowing ALL answers of life, the Party rules through its bureaucrats whose primary role is to obey Party dictate and report deviations from Party “religion” whereever sensed, THAT IS THE PROGRESSIVE FUTURE!
It is inevitable that Progressive policies and politics of Sherrod Brown, Barack Obama, Howard Dean, Pat Leahy, Chuck Schumer, Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid, et alia, et alia of the American Progressive Left create this Marxist Dictatorship….Inevitable…..whether they know it or not.
Marxism is the chief religious competitor of our day to Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism and even Animism, and professional NFL football. It is an authoritarian religion practiced in the West primarily by academe preachers at universities, synagogues, and progressive churches, offices usually isolated from the real world of human tolerance and creative expression.
Read Senator Brown’s own words in a USA Today opinion page with the title: “How to Fight Tea Party’s faux populism….. Sharrod Brown, a United States Senator from Ohio:
“Progressives are an impatient bunch. We fight for people who have waited too long already — for health care, for educational opportunity, for jobs to keep them in the middle class.But for generations, conservatives have appealed to fear to protect the privileged and preserve the status quo — fear of immigrants, fear of diversity, fear of big government. For conservatives in 2010, it’s easy:
Meanwhile, for more than a century — in churches and temples, in union halls and neighborhood centers, in the streets and at the ballot box — progressives have moved the country forward. Progressives brought us minimum wage and Social Security in the 1930s, civil rights and Medicare in the 1960s, and health care and Wall Street reform in 2010.
Opponents of these accomplishments — some of society’s most privileged and well-entrenched interest groups — have not changed much. The John Birch Society of 1965 has bequeathed its fervor and extremism to the Tea Party of 2010.
History tells us that rage on the right should not be confused with populism. The far right attacks government regulation as it feeds Wall Street and the insurance companies. It rails against government spending for the least privileged as it lavishes tax cuts favoring the most privileged.
No one should be surprised over what has happened in the last 18 months:
•We passed health care reform, so the insurance companies are coming after us at election time.
•We enacted consumer protections for homeowners and credit card users, so Wall Street is spending millions to defeat us.
•We worked to end tax breaks for corporations that ship jobs overseas, and now large multinational corporations are doing everything possible to beat us.
We already know the damage that comes from the right’s rage. During President Clinton‘s eight years, our country added more than 22 million private sector jobs, incomes went up, and we enjoyed the largest budget surplus in U.S. history.
In the following eight years of the Bush administration, only 1 million jobs were added, incomes stagnated or plummeted for most Americans, and we were left with record budget deficits.
Yet Republican candidates in 2010 are offering the same faux populism and “solutions” of the Bush years: more tax cuts for the rich, deregulation of special interests, and trade agreements that cost us millions of manufacturing jobs. And in places like my state of Ohio, they are even offering up as candidates the same people who got us into this mess.
To fight back, progressives must talk about the historic accomplishments of the last 18 months in specific, understandable terms:
•We saved the U.S. auto industry in the face of naysayers’ exhortation to “let the market work,” and our efforts preserved hundreds of thousands of jobs.
•We passed health care reform that improves drug benefits for senior citizens, provides coverage to those with a pre-existing condition, allows a 22-year-old daughter home from college to stay on her parents’ insurance, and promises health care for millions of Americans.
•We made college more affordable for students and passed historic legislation for our nation’s veterans and for equal pay for women.
If you have a 401(k), take a look at it today and compare it with the day before President Obama was inaugurated. Back then, 750,000 jobs were being lost each month, with 22 consecutive months of job loss costing 8 million jobs. We’ve got a long ways to go, but this year we’ve seen eight straight months of private sector job growth.
Is this enough?
No, which is why progressives must rally and persevere.
The Tea Party vision of 21st century America would gut Medicare and Social Security, ignore the minimum wage, and scale back consumer protections and regulations that keep Wall Street honest and our food supply safe. It seems to me that Tea Party activists, increasingly influential in the Republican Party, do not seem to much like America the way we are.
Tea Party populism is driven by anger at our government and at our country. Real populism fights for all Americans, while Tea Party populism divides us.
Republicans have always been good at coming up with catch phrases and slogans that traffic in fear and misinformation.
But impatient progressives, like generations before us, have the truth on our side. And this time we have the perfect bumper sticker.
“Bring back pre-existing conditions. Vote Republican.”
Comment: What does Mr. Brown offer to back up his accusations? As a Progressive, he doesn’t dare be honest about the goals of Progressive-Marxists.
Truth is cumbersome. To Marxists, it is used only when needed. Smear….that’s the Marxist ticket. If one smears often enough, long enough, the public, busy with its own business, comes to believe it.
Ask Marxists (Progressives) like Sherrod Brown, where Progressivism all ends!!!!! Ask any of these Obama Marxists, trained by haters of America, Jeremiah Wright and Saul Alinsky, the “Guiding Lights” of our DEAR LEADER, PROGRESSIVE, BARACK HUSSEIN OBAMA……..
……..What is the boundary line between Progressivism and Marxist Dictatorship?
……..And never forget, that a Progressive IS a Marxist striving, whether they know it or not, to build ONE NATION of controlled equals ruled by a Marxist Dictatorship!!
DEMAND THESE OBAMA DEMOCRATS TELL YOU THE FUTURE PROGRESSIVISM HAS IN STORE FOR YOU!