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realclearworld

Everybody equal

This is one of the President's closest advisors:

You make the call: socialist, or not? There is only one answer...

3 comments to Everybody equal

  • Honey

    Like the Obama family, this is a well dressed man in clothes most Americans do not buy because they are too expensive. Like the Obama family, this guy lives a life most of the people in this video could not imagine for themselves. So where is the equality he is seeking? Let it start with him. Let him give up all of his savings and property to start the redistribution he so earnestly desires.
    I hate to say it but where are the black people in this audience who would NOT applaud this crap? Sowell and Williams would like more company.
    Sharpton and Obama, etc are not the problem. The problem is the lack of education and understanding of too many of the American people of simple economics so they may find this appealing.

  • Larry Daley

    From the Treasure of Sierra Madre

    "Nice boots se~nor!"

  • drillanwr

    George -

    That scene in Doctor Zhivago where the good doctor returns home to the mansion he'd grown-up in, finding the Commies have taken it over, gutted it into ruins, and moved in countless families into one room each ... spitefully telling Zhivago it was the best way (see: social justice) to serve the people.

    To which Zhivago, looking around at the ghetto-like filth and wreckage and then glaring blandly back at the bitter and daring 'party' woman with her 'party' comrade hat atop her head, "Yes, Comrade, THIS is much better ..."