Communist Party Leader (2009): "There Could Not Be a Better Time to Be Communist in USA"

August 13, 2012 at 9:00 am (Barack Obama, Communist, Communist Party, President Obama, Scott Marshall)

Why do you suppose he had that impression?

Via Gateway Pundit:
Communist Party USA leader Scott Marshall told an international conference in 2009, Barack Obama’s first year in office, “There could not have been a better time to be a communist in USA than this.”
He meant it. We got it.
The Times of India reported, via Urban Infidel:
The three-day international conference of communist and workers’ parties began on Friday amidst a call to intensify popular struggles and expand solidarities in the wake of the current world capitalist crisis.
So confident are communist leaders of the solution they can offer to current crisis in capitalism that even the leader of Communist Party of USA, Scott Marshall, said, “There could not have been a better time to be a communist in USA than this.”

Of course to nobody’s surprise, Communist Party USA has already endorsed the President and his Democrat colleagues in the 2012 elections.

AZ Pundit:

Obama just received a critical endorsement, The Communist Party USA. The Communist Party USA leader, Sam Webb, explains why he will continue to support Obama and Democrats in 2012. 

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Dem Congressman Accepts Award at Communist Party Headquarters

March 12, 2012 at 2:06 pm (Communist Party, Danny Davis, Democrat, President Obama, Social Justice, Vetting)

Love how Democrats always ‘flee the scene’ when confronted with something questionable. 

Via Big Government:

“He is one on the greatest congressmen in the country,” said President Obama. The reason, Obama told a Teamsters union rally in 2004, “is because he shares our values.”

At that time—just eight years ago—Congressman Danny Davis was continuing his efforts to help move then-State Senator Obama up the Chicago political food chain. And not that long ago—in fact, just two weeks—that Congressman Davis was honored by People’s World,a news website, at the Communist Party U.S.A.’s headquarters in Chicago for a lifetime of “inspiring leadership.”

Upon receiving the People’s World “Chris Hani & Rudy Lozano Social Justice Award,” Davis reflected, “Rudy Lozano and I worked closely together to try and build and a relationship between Latino and African-American activists and union types… we called ourselves ‘Progressives.’”

Congressman Davis, a member of the House Committee on Homeland Security,was filmed receiving his award and exiting the Communist Party U.S.A. headquarters in Chicago on March 4, 2012. When questioned about his relationship with the Communist Party, Davis abruptly fled the scene, refusing to answer any further questions apart from the following exchange:

Read that exchange here…

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