Obama's Communist Connections Revisited

By:  Sam Blumenfeld
07/25/2011
       

It’s been more than two and a half years since Barack Obama was inaugurated President of the United States. During that time he seems to have undergone some kind of metamorphosis from a left-wing, radical, socialist community organizer to the leader of the Democrat Party. And because the establishment media sees him mainly as a Democrat politician they are a bit confused by his refusal to act like a normal Democrat in the give and take between Dems and Republicans on the Hill.

What they forget is that he was elected by the left to destroy American capitalism. So it’s essential to remind those who voted for him, exactly how he intended to transform America, and what that transformed America will be like. And who better to explain that than the U.S. Communist Party itself which was rooting for Obama during the campaign.

It’s been more than two and a half years since Barack Obama was inaugurated President of the United States. During that time he seems to have undergone some kind of metamorphosis from a left-wing, radical, socialist community organizer to the leader of the Democrat Party. And because the establishment media sees him mainly as a Democrat politician they are a bit confused by his refusal to act like a normal Democrat in the give and take between Dems and Republicans on the Hill.

What they forget is that he was elected by the left to destroy American capitalism. So it’s essential to remind those who voted for him, exactly how he intended to transform America, and what that transformed America will be like. And who better to explain that than the U.S. Communist Party itself which was rooting for Obama during the campaign.

In a letter to the official Communist Party newspaper, People's Weekly World, published after Obama's win in Iowa, we got a very clear idea of what American communists saw in Obama's presidential bid:

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Sam Blumenfeld (photo)

 

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