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Full Audio Of Obama Redistribution Remarks


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Aug 4, 2011
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[Zip has the full audio of Obama's redistribution remarks. This has obviously been the entire premise underlying his first four years, along with saving the UAW, the same Union that r@ped and pillaged the orginal auto makers eventually driving them into bankruptcy, trashing the old GM and Chrysler, their stock and debt holders, while forming new shell companies around the Union using the taxpayer's dime.
Simply a hard line Commie f#@k. Guaranteed you'll never hear a snippet of these comments on ABC,CBS,CNN, or NBC, nor read a word of them in the NYT or the WaPo. Meanwhile the LeftMedia obeissantly follows along behind 24/7/365, tidying up after his poo]

"The Daily Caller has obtained a complete audio recording of the October 19, 1998 Loyola College forum on community organizing and policymaking during which a future President Barack Obama said he favored the government redistribution of wealth. The audio demonstrates the context of that remark and reveals other far-left positions that Obama held as a state senator.

Those positions encompass issues as wide-ranging as gun control, universal health care and welfare reform. Obama also said he viewed welfare recipients and “the working poor” as “a majority coalition” that could be mobilized to help advance progressive policies and elect their champions.

But Obama’s voice is heard during more than 29 minutes of the recording, including his prepared remarks and his answers to questions from the audience. At one point on the tape he suggests that the “working poor” on welfare are a political voting bloc that can be harnessed.

Obama is also heard lamenting Americans’ distrust of “government action”; identifying his political opponents — that is, Republicans — as “the bad guys”; declaring his support for labor unions and community organizers; endorsing the public financing of political campaigns; and staking out liberal positions on gun control, government-run health care and welfare reform."

Full Audio Of 1998 “Redistribution” Speech: Obama Says Welfare Recipients Are A Major Voting Bloc For Liberal Politicians, Views Them As Key To Implementing Leftist Policies… | Weasel Zippers

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