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Soros' Red Brigades

Discussion in 'Legal' started by mec, Jul 9, 2004.

  1. mec

    mec Senior Member

    Dec 27, 2002
    The rich boy has been funding get out the vote marches on neighborhood with democrats who have been identified as unlikely to vote. The first wave is out to register voters with an additional push to nudge them to the polls late on.

    I check in on the web site of the Communist Party USA and found a long article about the necessity of defeating Bush at all costs. They are in on the Soros march with the goal of simultaneously recruiting membership for the CPUSA. Soros is actually paying college students and others (some say convicts) and the author of the communist piece said that there is a huge contingent in Texas from Prarie View A&M College. This is a non-academic school for Social Workers and the like.

    The Communists are not fielding a candidate this year- not wanting to do anything to take votes away from Kerry. This is unusual be cause the American Communists are really upset with the Democratic Party for taking over their platform and syphoning off most of their membership.

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    Last edited: Jul 10, 2004
  2. Drjones

    Drjones member

    Dec 25, 2002
    I'm not understanding you; he is paying people to vote?

    If so, let's drop a tip to the FBI. :D
  3. Thumper

    Thumper Senior Member

    Dec 24, 2002
    Rosenberg, Texas
    Um...I despise Soros and his tactics, but you might want to check your facts a little.

    There's nothing wrong with Prairie View...


    For instance, they're obviously able to correctly spell the word "academic."
  4. mec

    mec Senior Member

    Dec 27, 2002
    No, not to vote just to do the neighborhood marches.

    Literacy Test:
    Spell Englebretch Humperdink And you're right. It is associated with Texas A&M. and has some academic programs.

    Wall Street Journal "First, ACT claimed it hadn't employed violent felons. Then when the AP reported that ACT employees included people convicted of assault and sex offenses, the group admitted it might also have hired felons in 14 other battleground states. It also promised to fire anyone guilty of "violent or other serious offenses." In some cases it won't have to; four felons it hired in Missouri have already gone back to prison, including one for endangering the welfare of a minor. "

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