February 17, 2010

LOCAL “PEACE” LEADER – SOCIALIST KAREN PORTER IS “OUTRAGED”

Filed under: Liberals in Power,Socialists — Rich Davis @ 1:04 pm

Socialist Karen Porter has become the face and voice of the local Democrat party.  She is making all democrats look bad.  She, and her far-left extremists friends and followers have totally infiltrated and taken over much of the democrat political agenda here in Chester County. 

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Among her regular “peace” attendees are several democrat committee members.  When will Andy Dinnamin or Carolyn Comitta tell her (and those committee members) to “knock it off”.   When will the local newspaper and democrat party members tell them to knock off the dirty partisan tactics and fear-mongering that only divide our community and not unite it?  I for one, will do all I can to work together and try to “solve problems” and not politicize them.  The days of ugly partisan politics is over, we must learn to disagree with decency and stop the hate.

Porter is the leader of the Chester County Peace Socialist Movement.  She wrote a letter to the editor of the Daily Local where she claims she is “outraged”.   Porter uses her letters to the editors to flail out against those she disagrees with.  All she does is ridicule and demean tea partiers and conservatives.  She calls them idiots, racists, thugs and worse.  She is the Queen of the Name-callers - using the sexual deviant term “tea baggers” to describe decent americans who disagree with her.

These CCPM members and attendees are far-left extremists who have a lot of influence in the democrat party.  When will her followers wake up? 

Here is her letter to the editor in this week’s Daily Local Newspaper, followed by comments she wrote on her newletter to her “peace” followers.  It’s called “Why no outrage over this threat?”

After the press made much ado about nothing by giving publicity (and misplaced credibility) to the flagrant Palinista lie fabricating “death panels,” there’s barely a whimper in the press or amongst the public (including the hypocritical Teabaggers) about a real threat to most people’s security: The Republican push to obliterate Medicare and to push Social Security into the 401(k) land of personal investment doom.

What the Republicans have in mind is taking away, once and for all, all sense of security for all Americans forever. (This takes me back to my teenage years, when they convinced too many uneducated Americans that Medicare was a Bolshevik plot … Americans who now depend on Medicare to live.)

The abolition of Medicare should push all the teabaggers out into the streets with signs condemning the Republican Party … but where are they? And where are all the retirees (and other) Daily Local News readers on this issue? In fact, where are the Daily Local News editorial writers? They should be screaming at the top of their lungs. Is everyone comatose?

While Republicans create crazy and lying arguments about health care reform and pretend to support Medicare as part of that campaign, they are planning the demise of both Medicare and Social Security. Yet, the rest of the world (retirees, people who will retire some day, Democrats, the left, Teabaggers) are so silent you can hear a pin drop.

In the “Roadmap for America’s Future,” Republicans are proposing spending cuts to Medicare that would destroy it, as well as privatization of Social Security.

Where’s the outrage? Why aren’t people in the streets protesting? Why are people electing these lying jerks back into power? Has this country gone completely mad?

Karen Porter
Director of the Chester County Peace Movement

Here’s her comments from her newletter:

Date: Tue, 16 Feb 2010
Subj: [Peace] LEFT: Wake up: These people are crazy – fascism growing in this country

The teabaggers are essentially a bunch of crazy, paranoid, right-wing fascists reacting to a bad economic situation – nothing more, nothing less. What is happening in this country is too similar to Nazi Germany – suffering masses reacting to economic disaster national humiliation, and a crazed right-wing would-be dictator (Sarah Palin, a textbook sociopath) – and those of you who aren’t taking this stuff very seriously need to wake up. NOW. I’m afraid it might be too late. Now we know what electing an African-American President brings out in this country: A huge white supremacy movement that was underlying this country’s mass ignorance all along. Nothing more, nothing less. Those of us who thought this country had progressed further than that had it wrong, I must admit. We had it wrong, and we can no longer discount the danger of this desperate, violent movement.–KP

Date: Mon, 15 Feb 2010
Subj: [Peace] RIGHTWING RACISM WATCH: Nick Griffin at CPAC

Thanks to Nick (another Nick!) for this – SCARY stuff but no surprise after hearing Tom Tancredo’s and Sarah Palin’s never-ending appeals to the worst in people. The teabaggers, Palinistas, and Republicans have truly sold their souls to the devil (hear me, Pat Robertson?).–KP

And while our infrastructure continues to deteriorate, the rabid right – the Tea Klux Klan – continues to rant about annihilating government, eliminating taxes (forget any repairs and the jobs that go with that work) – and collecting guns. How sick we are.–KP

 

If Porter thinks America has gone mad or is sick beyond repair, then she really needs to consider moving to a socialist country and stop trying to “fundamentally change” America.  The majority of Americans are not buying what she is selling, she’s in the minority.  Porter and committee members like John Hellman, Nathaniel Smith, Rick Davis, Fred Rothman, Brian McGinnis, Robert Graham - they are only hurting themselves, the more they are the “face of the chester county democrats” the more they help conservatives.  They divide, they don’t unite.

April 22, 2009

COMMUNIST STATES OF AMERICA

Filed under: Insurgents at home,Liberals in Power — Rich Davis @ 7:54 pm

Below are excerpts from the Communist Party USA website.  It’s chilling how familiar it is.

 (from Politics 1 website)  As for issues, the Comunist Party USA calls for free universal health care, free college education, huge tax hikes for corporations and the wealthy, drastic cuts in military spending, massive public works programs, the outlawing of “scabs and union busting,” public ownership of energy and basic industries, and various other programs designed to “beat the power of the capitalist class … and promote anti-imperialist freedom struggles around the world.”


Here’s more from the Program of the Communist Party USA website:
We, the working people of the United States, face tremendous problems today: exploitation, oppression, racism, sexism, a deteriorating environment and infrastructure, huge budget deficits, and a government dominated by the most vicious elements of big capital and its political operatives. This government, despite its rhetoric about making Americans safe, has wasted hundreds of billions on the invasion and occupation of Iraq while it cut money for maintaining the levees—leading directly to the disaster that Hurricane Katrina wreaked on the people of New Orleans and much of the Gulf Coast. Their callous disregard for African Americans, for poor people, for the elderly, and for all those unable to evacuate on their own exemplifies their inhumane disregard for the lives of all working people.
We as a country face serious choices: militarism and imperialism or peace, increased wealth for the few or justice and equality for the many, increased power in the hands of the super-rich or expansion of democracy for the vast majority, ultra-right domination of all branches of government which deals with problems by increasing exploitation and oppression or progressive electoral coalitions that seek real solutions in the interests of all working people.
The working class and all who work for a living—the vast majority of the people—face a relentless, vicious, and amoral enemy: the capitalist class.
Their foremost weapon to maintain their dominance is racism, used to divide working people and achieve extra profits. They work hard to extend ultra-right control over the government and government policy.

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