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Is It Fair To Say This Man Is A Marxist?

Let's say a man was elected to the highest office in the land who had been mentored, during his childhood, by an avowed communist who was identified as a member of the Communist Party USA (card number 47544) by the Commission on Subversive Activities to the Legislature of the Territory of Hawaii, accused by the House Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC) as being active in several communist-front organizations, and had a thick FBI file.

Let us further say that this man's guardian, his grandfather, had chosen this mentor for him, indicating that he was likely sympathetic to the mentor's beliefs. 

Now, let us say that upon reaching college, this man gravitated toward Marxist professors and revolutionaries and attended the Socialist Scholars Conferences (SSC) at Cooper Union, that featured the elite of socialist academia as well as union activists, political revolutionaries, reformers, and opponents of "corporate greed."

After graduating from college, this man is tutored in the "agitation" techniques of a self-described communist (small "c"), by a professional agitator, a former Jesuit priest, and a former ACLU director -- all dedicated socialists.

As a "community organizer, this man had an intimate and long-term association with ACORN (Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now), the largest radical group in America and the publishers of a communist manifesto entitled "ACORN's Peoples Platform" which would become this man's agenda.

While associated with ACORN, this man was a consultant and trainer to Project Vote, best know for its massive and flagrant election tampering.

Now, let's say this leader-to-be spent twenty years sitting in a black nationalist church, led by a leftist black nationalist preacher, who unabashedly preached a racist "black" gospel" based on the Marxist "Theology of Liberation" that "will accept only the love of God which participates in the destruction of the white enemy."

The man's political career began in the living room of two communist domestic terrorists, where he was introduced to the cream of the local leftist community by his political mentor, who was a member of the U.S. Peace Council, which the FBI identified as a communist front group, an affiliate of the World Peace Council, a Soviet front group.

As part of his first run for state office, this man became a member of the New Party and sought their endorsement.  The New Party's objective was to push forth the socialist principles of the Democratic Socialists of America (DSA).

The New Party required candidates who received the endorsement sign a pledge of support for the party that was, in effect, a front group for communists.  The July issue of the New Ground noted that 15% of the New Party consisted of DSA members and a good number of members of the Committees of Correspondence for Democracy and Socialism, a democratic socialist group in the United States which originated in 1991 as the Committees of Correspondence, a moderate, dissenting wing of the Communist Party USA.

This man also had close personal and political ties to many socialists and communists, including Timuel Black, Congressman Danny Davis, Carl Davidson, Marilyn Katz, Mike Klonsky, Saul Mendelson, Abner Mikva, Linda Rae Murray, Lou Pardo, Zach Pollet, Wade Rathke, Joel Rogers, Quentin Young, Rabbi Arnold Jacob Wolf, and DSA honorees Jackie Grimshaw, Jackie Kendall and Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky, to name a few.

Now, when this man ran for national office, all of the above, which is really a snapshot of this man's activities and associations, was forgotten, ignored and buried by the media.

But once in high office this man appointed to his administration the likes of David Axelrod, Anita Dunn, Patrick Gaspard, Jeff Jones, Van Jones, Ron Bloom, Rosa Brooks, Carol Browner, Heather Higginbottom, Mark Lloyd, Hannah Rosenthal, Hilda Solis, and Cass Sunstein. -- all Marxists of one stripe or another -- and these are just some of the ones we know of.

So, here's the billion-dollar question:

What would be nuttier: to claim that this man was a life-long Marxist, or to claim that such an assertion is absurd?
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