Watching the round-table discussion on Fox today it went as an un-questioned assumption that calling The One a socialist, communist or Marxist was an smear and over-the-top rhetoric.
Der Messiah is on record as saying that the Constitution is fundamentally flawed because it doesn't call for the redistribution of wealth.
The Manchurian Moonbat is on record as saying that the Warren Court was wrong because if failed to "break free from the essential constraints of the Constitution"... to redistribute wealth.
...the Supreme Court never ventured into the issues of redistribution of wealth, and of more basic issues such as political and economic justice in society. To that extent, as radical as I think people try to characterize the Warren Court, it wasn't that radical. It didn't break free from the essential constraints that were placed by the Founding Fathers in the Constitution...
Then there was his exchange with Joe the Plumber.
He was raised by an Marxist father.
He worked with and be-friended a Marxist terrorist, Bill Ayers.
His administration is a clear illustration of the principles laid down by neo-Marxist Saul Alinsky.
He attended a church for 20 years, led by a man that embraces Cone's Marxist "Christianity" and his racism.
And that is to say nothing of all that he has done in one year to destroy American and remake it as a Marxist nation. "Fundamentally transforming it."
And yet, calling him a follower of Marx goes unchallenged as being inciteful rhetoric.
The funny thing is, that what he and his followers enthusiastically embrace as their RELIGION, is the very the same thing they are labelling an outrageous, inciteful smear.
Is calling them deceptive mild enough? I don't thing so. Bald faced liars is too mild.
Even stoned burned-out hippies know better. In the words of Cheech and Chong:
#1: Unh, what's that?
#2: Unh, dunno. Look like dog shit.
#1: Enh? Feel.
#2: Unh, feel like dog shit.
#2: Unh, smell like dog shit.
#2: Unh, taste like dog shit.
#1: Must be dog shit. Good thing we no step in it