Democrat Party, Benita Obama, Saul Alinsky discussed on Mark Levin

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Now at eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one. Let us continue where we left off showing. Yes, we shall Barack Mel house Benita Obama at the university of Illinois today. With his Castro like speech, go. More often, it's manufacturing. By the powerful, then the privilege. Want to keep us divided and keep us angry and keep us cynical because it helps them maintain the status quo and keep their power and keep the Pranab. What the hell is he talking about here? Who's dividing home? Who's dividing home in this country? Who is it? Which party is a party of disparate parts. That has to be brought together during the course of a campaign through hyperbole and propaganda and demagoguery. It's the democrat party. It's a party that was molded by Franklin Roosevelt, disparate parts. People who always have a chip on their shoulder. People who always believe they're being screwed. People who always believe somebody owes them something is that not the heart and soul of the message of the democrat party. Is that not what we hear from Benito? Obama endlessly. Yes. And Obama like Saul Alinsky like marks like the rest of them. He takes who he is. And what he stands for and twists it, spins it and projects it on his targets on his opponents. Go ahead. And.

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