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AUTaxMan
06-07-2012, 03:21 PM
http://www.nationalreview.com/articles/302031/obamas-third-party-history-stanley-kurtz?pg=2

pghin08
06-07-2012, 03:40 PM
2 things:

1. While I don't doubt his claim, I would still like to see the actual minutes/contracts he talks about.

2. Even if he was a member of the "New Party", which I'm not familiar with, but the author deems as Socialist, that still doesn't changed the way he's governed so far. And judging by his record, he's not a Socialist. He's not even close. If you ask an ACTUAL Socialist if they think Obama is one of them, they laugh.

AUTaxMan
06-07-2012, 03:45 PM
2 things:

1. While I don't doubt his claim, I would still like to see the actual minutes/contracts he talks about.

2. Even if he was a member of the "New Party", which I'm not familiar with, but the author deems as Socialist, that still doesn't changed the way he's governed so far. And judging by his record, he's not a Socialist. He's not even close. If you ask an ACTUAL Socialist if they think Obama is one of them, they laugh.

Governing as an actual socialist would be political suicide. If he is re-elected, you'll see some actual socialism.

pghin08
06-07-2012, 03:59 PM
Governing as an actual socialist would be political suicide. If he is re-elected, you'll see some actual socialism.

Well I'll take a gentleman's bet that we won't :basket:

AUTaxMan
06-07-2012, 04:08 PM
Well I'll take a gentleman's bet that we won't :basket:

He won't beat Romney.

JustAlex
06-07-2012, 06:06 PM
2. Even if he was a member of the "New Party", which I'm not familiar with, but the author deems as Socialist, that still doesn't changed the way he's governed so far. And judging by his record, he's not a Socialist. He's not even close. If you ask an ACTUAL Socialist if they think Obama is one of them, they laugh.
This is the only thing that needs to be said in response to the utterly irrelevant article.


Governing as an actual socialist would be political suicide. If he is re-elected, you'll see some actual socialism.

HA!

WOW, is this what you guys (GOP) actually believe?

WOW, I mean, this is straight up hilarious, If Obama were to be re-elected and become socialist then I'm going to RE-convert to being a christian.

DO you want to know the odds of that actually happening???


Well I'll take a gentleman's bet that we won't :basket:

SO WOULD I!

In fact I would bet all my worldly possessions on that bet. (Including my 1986 Fleer RC Jordan)



....Yeah, I got one of those bad boys! :-)


He won't beat Romney.

Can I see his birth certificate first?

I demand to see it!!!

I believe America is being duped by a MEXICAN-MORMON-DOG ABUSING-UNAMERICAN who wants to DESTROY this country!

duwal
06-07-2012, 06:14 PM
disagree, know of plenty of Republicans across the country that would rather stick with what Obama is doing for four more years over risking Romney being in charge

OnePimpTiger
06-07-2012, 08:44 PM
2 things:

1. While I don't doubt his claim, I would still like to see the actual minutes/contracts he talks about.

2. Even if he was a member of the "New Party", which I'm not familiar with, but the author deems as Socialist, that still doesn't changed the way he's governed so far. And judging by his record, he's not a Socialist. He's not even close. If you ask an ACTUAL Socialist if they think Obama is one of them, they laugh.

For some people here, it's no surprise they haven't heard about actual facts...but I'm surprised you haven't heard this before. Apparently it's too old to still be found (meaning pre-2010), but I posted an extensive thread about this long ago. The Internet Archive (a completely non-partisan site which has archived copies of web pages since the internet began) has copies of the New Party's website showing meeting roll calls with Obama's name, listing him as an active member, and even noting him as a rising star in the party as recently as the mid-2000s. The New Party scrubbed their records of any Obama references during the 2008 campaign, but the Internet Archive has documented it well for posterity.

mrveggieman
06-08-2012, 08:44 AM
He won't beat Romney.


I doubt it too. Romney is running as a moderate instead of the usual republican extremist. The only problem is the moderates are sticking with Obama and Romney has already lost the vote of republican extremists due to a lot of factors including his religion.

AUTaxMan
06-08-2012, 11:14 AM
This is the only thing that needs to be said in response to the utterly irrelevant article.

Why is it irrelevant?