Stanley Kurtz, author of RADICAL-IN-CHIEF, Barack Obama and the Untold Story of Socialism in America ended his book with a Conclusion. He begins,
From his teenage years under the mentorship of Frank Marshall Davis, to his socialist days at Occidental College, to his life transforming encounters at New York’s Socialist Scholars Conferences, to his immersion in the stealthily socialist community organizer networks of Chicago, Barack Obama has lived in a thoroughly socialist world.
In the early days of the 2008 campaign, Obama spoke proudly of Black Liberation theologist Jeremiah Wright saying the preacher had a profound influence on his life and “I could no more disown him than my white grandmother.” He spoke openly about his activities as a community organizer, even offered it as a factor in his qualification for the office of President. That secured the far left vote.
But Obama knew America was not ready to elect a true socialist knowingly. So later he disowned Rev. Wright and denied the extent of his involvement with ACORN. From that point on he adopted a policy of stealth and downplayed or denied his socialist past.
From the beginning, Obama has talked about change but doesn’t explain the nature of the change he has in mind. Kurtz supplies the answer.
Since Obama has not supplied the truth about where this change is headed his past remains an essential source of guidance for the American people. In sum, the fears of Obama’s harshest critics are justified; the President of the United States is a Socialist.