Obama's "CommuniSty Organizer" Sponsor William Ayers, 2001
Long before his San Francisco putdown of us "bitter-clingers," Obama was bragging to the Associate Press that "I'm not interested in the suburbs. The suburbs bore me." In this 1990 interview, he also told the AP:
"As the director of a program that tried to bring South Side churches, unions and block associations together on projects, Obama was not trying to solve local problems, he said. Instead, he sought to construct something more lasting--a forum for the community to speak with one voice. "I'm interested in organizations, not movements, because movements dissipate and organizations don't," Obama said."
TRANSLATION: "I'm not interested in actually solving real problems in the real world for real people, like I will pretend in 2007-8. I'm interested in creating perpetual political entities that never actually solve problems, but simply wield power. Like, ohhhhhh, a communist party."
The interview went on:
"America suffered when the movements of the 1940s dissipated, he said. Those movements succeeded in raising doubts about harmful traditions of sexism and racism, but failed to offer a viable alternative."
Holy crow, is he talking about the communist-created "Popular Front" organizations that tried to make Henry Wallace President instead of Harry Truman? Hmmmmmmm?? Wellllll, let's give him the benefit of the doubt on that one...
"Hopefully, more and more people will begin to feel their story is somehow part of this larger story of how we're going to reshape America in a way that is less mean-spirited and more generous, " Obama said. "I mean, I hope to be part of a transformation of this country."
"MEAN-SPIRITED" AMERICA, FIRST, LAST AND ALWAYS! Some things never change...
Oh, and before the Obot clowns try to write this off as "youthful hyperbole," remember he was a full 29 years of age...When does an adult cease to be a child, anyhow? If Michelle was raped by some 28-year-old thug, how would Barry feel about the perp being sentenced with juvenile sanctions?
For reference, here is the data on the article: Illinois Daily Herald (Associated Press), May 3, 1990, "Harvard student tackles racism at core."