Originally posted by utherpendragonOf course, there is no such thing as the "Stalinist Answer Coalition". But any group that wants to "end war and stop racism" must be real "wack jobs".
I have seen nothing around here from our friendly progressive about the upcoming rally set for 10-2-10 in DC.
Among the many sponsors for this sure to be wonderful event are,
AFL-CIO; National Education Association; the union of federal government workers’ American Federation of Government Employees; United Auto Workers; and United Mine Workers ...[text shortened]... he War Resisters League. American Muslim Association of North America
Be there or be square!
Originally posted by no1marauderANSWER bills itself as a coalition, but it is nothing of the sort. ANSWER is a front group organized by Stalinists associated with the Workers World Party.
Of course, there is no such thing as the "Stalinist Answer Coalition". But any group that wants to "end war and stop racism" must be real "wack jobs".
Originally posted by utherpendragonGetting your info from one disgruntled leftist blogger? Impressive "research".
ANSWER bills itself as a coalition, but it is nothing of the sort. ANSWER is a front group organized by Stalinists associated with the Workers World Party.
Originally posted by utherpendragonI was at a rally sponsored in part by ANSWER in Washington on April 20, 2002; over 100,000 people. It was a good time; I had never seen the Lincoln Memorial or the Vietnam wall before.
You're gonna be there I am sure. Hanging tight w/ Code Pink.
Originally posted by EladarPlease specify what groups sponsoring the demonstration are "nut jobs". I see a broad coalition of labor and peace groups. Certainly all the labor groups are very much mainstream, "traditional Americans". A couple of the peace groups are ideologically well out into the left, but hardly nutty.
They're the ones aligning themselves with the nut jobs, not me. Perhaps they should look at the people who are joining on before supporting the cause.
Originally posted by utherpendragonThere's nothing so predictable as extremist right wingers calling groups which oppose unnecessary bloody wars as "traitors" except right wingers calling those who oppose Israeli occupation of Palestinian lands as "Anti-Semites" and "terrorist supporters" or calling those who oppose laissez faire policies which have wrecked the economy "Stalinists". Your demented article (which approvingly cites the "research" of WorldNetDaily) gets a:
[b]"The NAACP has hammered the Tea Party movement with nebulous accusations of racism based on hearsay and staged visuals by leftists. Despite efforts to paint lone oddballs as examplars of the Tea Party movement, the movement has made it clear that extremists are not welcome. The Tea party movement has also made it clear it is open to all who sha ...[text shortened]... 2010/09/21/communist-pro-terrorist-anti-israel-groups-sponsor-naacps-one-nation-counter-rally/[/b]