Friday, April 23, 2010

Preach it Bertha! ...At Least She's Honest

"Any group that says, 'I'm young, I'm Democratic, and I'm a socialist,' is all right with me. You know that's no light thing to do -- to actually say, I'm a socialist -- because you guys know right now we are living in a time which is going to dwarf the McCarthy era. It is going to dwarf the internment during World War II. We are right now in a time that is going to dwarf the era of Jim Crow and segregation," [Bertha] Lewis said.

"This is not rhetoric or hyperbole -- this is real," Lewis said. "This rise of this Tea Party so-called movement -- bowel movement in my estimation -- and this blatant uncovering and ripping off the mask of racism." (source)

Say what you will about ACORN's Bertha Lewis, but she's much more forthright than Obama and his cohorts.

Mr President: If you believe in a socialist ideology and agenda...just say it. Why all the denial? Because you know Americans will reject it? Put it out there and let's fight out Capitalism VS. Socialism on their merits. Do you think the American people are stupid? You have surrounded yourself with Marxists and Alinsky prodigy's...Is that a coincidence? If Socialist isn't a dirty word, why are you perpetuating the myth by your denials? We know that your childhood mentor, Frank Marshall Davis, was a Communist...The "Church" your grandparents took you to as a child (East Shore Unitarian Church) is almost as bad as Reverend Wright's church (then again, I despise moral relativism):

How annoying would these people be?

"We believe in religious freedom and the right and responsibility of each person to explore what he or she truly believes to be good and true and beautiful. Unitarian Universalism upholds the free and responsible search for truth and meaning and will not be constrained in our faith by arbitrary and unchanging doctrines and dogmas. We, therefore, are a creedless tradition in which participation and membership in a congregation is not contingent upon one’s assent to a particular formulation or understanding of "the Truth." (source)

So, say what you may about the ACORN CEO, but at least she's honest and out there claiming her beliefs instead of denying all that's transpired in her life to this point...

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