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In a move by the Obama administration that is gallingly cynical and would be considered treasonous in a less progressive era, a message sent by Code Pink and an article published by the left wing online publication AlertNet indicates the White House is working with the left wing terrorist support group Code Pink to agitate the public and undermine Barack Obamaís newly announced Afghanistan war policy.

 

Top Obama funder, Code Pink co-founder and terrorist supporter Jodie Evans wrote at AlterNet of a White House initiated phone call she received last week, two days after Obamaís Afghan war speech at West Point.  The Obama official said the administration wanted to "consult" with Code Pink in response to the groupís e-mail campaign targeting the White House with opposition to the presidentís surge strategy.

 

However, it appears that the Obama administration was already in consultation with Code Pink before this reported phone call.  In its message to supporters, Code Pink guaranteed their e-mails would be read by someone in the White House.

 

"Itís time to turn our outrage into sustained action.  Use our quick and easy tool to send your response to Obamaís announcement to the Executive Office of the President -- where it will be read by a member of Obamaís team!   Let them know that you are mad as hell and will push back on the escalation.  It is our job to continue to press them as we move forward."

 

In the article at AlterNet, Jodie Evans gloats about Code Pinkís success, noting the Obama official called "three minutes" after the e-mail campaign was launched.

 

"It was working!  Impassioned CODEPINKers all over the globe were being heard inside the White House!

 

Obama has been consulting with Jodie Evans for nearly three years since first inviting her to co-host the breakthrough Hollywood fundraiser in February 2007 that made him a serious contender.  He appointed her as a "bundler" for his campaign and took tens of thousands of dollars in contributions from her for his Obama for America and Obama Victory Fund campaign vehicles.

 

Obamaís last known meeting with Jodie Evans was in October, when she gave him an antiwar propaganda package based on her recent trip to Kabul.  While in Afghanistan, she met with members of the Taliban, according to her friend Jane Fonda.  Obama allowed himself to be filmed accepting the propaganda package.

 

Jodie Evans and Code Pink have a well documented history of working to bring about Americaís defeat in the war on terror.  They have the blood of Americaís soldiers on their hands from funding "the other side" in Fallujah, acting as a mouthpiece for Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and sympathizing with Osama bin Laden.

 

Obama and his team know this, yet they continue to work with Jodie Evans and Code Pink as Obama sends more of Americaís sons and daughters to fight Code Pinkís allies overseas.

 

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The Democrats' Future

Jodie Evans is the face of the Democrats' future. 

 

Evans rose to prominence via her role in Code Pink for Peace as a radical activist and Democratic fund-raiser.  Evans vigorously endorses the Democrat's most important issue, hating President Bush.  Right after hating President Bush, Evans hates the War in Iraq.  Right after that it's hating her ex-husband, Westside financier Max Palevsky.

 

Evans sits on the board of directors of the Rain Forest Action Network (RAN), a coalition of anti-capitalist, anti-corporate environmentalist groups.  RANís co-founder Michael Roselle also founded the Earth Liberation Front, which the FBI ranks alongside the Animal Liberation Front as the foremost domestic terrorism threats in the United States.  According to the FBI, during the past seven years those two groups have been responsible for more than 600 criminal acts and $43 million in damages.

 

In early 2003, Jodie Evans led a delegation of fifteen Code Pink women to Baghdad, where they met with Iraqi women for the purpose of "creating the understanding that the people of Iraq are no different than you and me."

 

"We understand," said Evans, "the love of a mother in Iraq for her children, and the driving desire of that child for life . . . We who cherish children will not consent to their murder. Nor do we consent to the murder of their mothers, grandmothers, fathers, grandfathers, or to the deaths of our own sons and daughters in a war for oil."

 

Evans neglected to mention the fathers, grandfathers, mothers and children murdered, tortured or raped by Saddam Husseinís regime, nor its 12-year refusal to abide by the terms of the UNís many resolutions. 

 

While in Baghdad, Evans and her companions repeatedly and publicly painted America as an unprovoked aggressor and Iraqis as noble defenders of their invaded homeland. "Children continue to die of hunger," they reported, "and electricity is unreliable. However, Iraqis continue to resist the occupation in their own way."

 

In addition to her Code Pink duties, Jodie Evans also sits on the advisory board of the International Occupation Watch (IOW) center in Iraq, which Code Pink helped establish.  The organizers of Occupation Watch -- Medea Benjamin and Leslie Cagan -- explicitly declared their purpose in setting up headquarters in Baghdad was to thin U.S. forces by getting soldiers to declare themselves conscientious objectors.

 

As a far leftist, Evans has found a comfortable political home in the Democratic Party.  Indeed, she was a key fundraiser for her longtime friend and political ally, former California governor Gray Davis.  Evansí ex-husband, Westside financier Max Palevsky, actually appointed Davis to his first political job as the fundraiser for Tom Bradleyís 1973 Los Angeles mayoral campaign.  Shortly thereafter, Evans and Davis worked closely together during the latterís stint as chief of staff to then-governor Jerry Brown.

In the weeks preceding the recent California governorís recall election, Evans was instrumental in convincing several women to come forward and tell the L.A. Times their allegations of sexual abuse against the candidate, Arnold Schwarzenegger.  Moreover, she helped organize picketing sessions in front of Schwarzeneggerís campaign headquarters.  Yet her purported concern for the protection of women is wholly subordinate to her partisan political affiliations.  For instance, she had nothing to say about Gray Davisí well-documented episodes of violent and obscene behavior toward female staffers.  Nor, for that matter, did Evans impugn the ill-advised remarks of her friend Bob Mulholland, the California Democratic Party spokesman, who told ABC News that "Schwarzenegger is going to find out, that unlike a Hollywood movie set, the bullets coming at him in this campaign are going to be real bullets and he is going to have to respond to them."

In short, Evansí posturing as a champion of human decency is nothing more than a political battering ram selectively aimed only at those with whom she disagrees.  Similarly, her posturing as a woman deeply devoted to peace is but a mask for her real agenda: the blanket condemnation not only of our nationís foreign policy but its very way of life.

 

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