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Obama Would Double Down in a Second Term

NewJAl Wrote: Oct 09, 2012 12:38 AM
Just the term, double down, brought to mind Alinsky, the other Chicago community organizer. That was his advice to his workers when they saw things not going well for them. Certainly what we can expect from the Left. Alinsky offered Hillary a job, but beyond that, I hope every Conservative is familiar with Alinsky and his ideas. A good start is an old, old interview with Playboy Magazine, which I found on the web. I believe doubling down was included in his 'Rules for Radicals'.
Account closed Wrote: Oct 09, 2012 6:00 AM
Whitebeard just turned me on to this site and I am flabbergasted. An easy read.

When O moved to Chicago, he went to work for the Industrial Areas Foundation, which was started by Saul Alinsky. You are about to discover all kinds of ties to Farrakhan and Malcolm X, some info about where O and his family received some of their tuition, entry into Harvard, etc. Radical ties throughout.

Thanks Whitebeard!
Do you know what's scarier than the possibility that President Obama could be re-elected? It's that in a second term, he would double down on his failed policies.

Don't take my word for it; he's admitted it on the campaign stump.

In a speech to his fellow cultural icons in Hollywood, he said, "Everything we fought for in 2008 is on the line here in 2012. And I need your help to finish what we started. ... We've come too far to turn back now."

Note that Obama did not say this: "My agenda obviously isn't working, so I have decided to make major...