Monday, December 19, 2011

Dear Leader! Kim Jong IL, Forever in our hearts!


Dear Leader, Kim Jong IL, is reunited with Kim IL Sung! They are smilin down on North Korea with grace and benevolence. our Father , Kim Jong IL, protected us from the evil empire, the United States and NATO. With threats of war and sanctions against North Korea, Dear Leader didnt give an inch. Thats Leadership! Thats stayin the course against capitalist scum! North Korea is great nation , because Kim IL Sung laid out the plan.Kim Jong IL carried it forward. The Workers of North Korea are trained and worked for Dear Leader. A strong Revolutionary Guard was the glue , that make it stick together. With Juche, it worked even better.

Sunday, December 18, 2011

Leave Iraq,Now come here!

As the last American troops leave Iraq, pull back to Kuwait. I have a new mission for them. City streets in America. This something needed very badly, with our police force cut back because of budget cuts have the returning troops fill the gaps. The terrorist cell known as the Tea Party, will be kept under wraps. The weak cadre' known as the Democrat Party can't be trusted to hold it's own water. This will take some hard core Communist. Our cadre' is strong. If you are Communist , and want a cadre' ,thats got intestinal fortitude. It's right here. We are the answer to the question that nobody is asking,"Who is going to save us from this terrorist cell?"
                            It's the Communist Party or my personal favorite Revolutionary Communist Party !
Any Questions?

Friday, December 16, 2011


Thanks to the President and the House for passage of this very important bill. With a provision of lockin up the terrorist cell known as the TeaParty, for indefinate time, without habeaus corpus. These people are attacking the President, you and me. They need to be shown time to pipe down and get in line.If not, you will be put in line. We must support the President with all  fibers of our being.

Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Internet is in danger, help stop the assault!

The control freaks of the Republican Party are behind this attack on the internet. This must be stopped at all cost!


Monday, October 24, 2011

President Obama can't wait for damn republicans!

Friend --

Now that each and every Senate Republican has vowed to block measures that would create jobs, President Obama is not going to wait for them to rebuild the economy and bring financial security back to the middle class.

Today, he announced new rules on federal mortgages to prevent more families from losing their homes to foreclosure. And that's just the beginning -- the President said he would continue to make the changes he can by executive action, while continuing to urge Congress to act on legislation to strengthen the economy and create jobs.

If Congress doesn't act, he will -- because millions of Americans can't just wait for Congress to do their jobs. That's why thousands of you have been calling and tweeting your representatives over the past month, joining the President in sending a message to lawmakers in Washington that they need to act now.

This Week for your Florida Federal Critters!

October 24, 2011
In this MegaVote for Florida's 20th Congressional District:
Recent Congressional Votes
  • Senate: Confirmation of John Edgar Bryson to be Secretary of Commerce
  • Senate: Teachers and First Responders Back to Work Act of 2011
  • Senate: Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 2012
Upcoming Congressional Bills
  • House: Internal Revenue Code

Editor's Note: The Senate is in recess this week.
Recent Senate Votes
Confirmation of John Edgar Bryson to be Secretary of Commerce - Vote Confirmed (74-26)

The Senate confirmed John Bryson as Secretary of Commerce. Bryson succeeds Gary Locke, who is now the ambassador toChina.

Sen. Bill Nelson voted YES......send e-mail or see bio
Sen. Marco Rubio voted NO......send e-mail or see bio

Teachers and First Responders Back to Work Act of 2011 - Vote Rejected (50-50)

Last week the Senate rejected consideration of this bill that would allocate $30 billion in grants to state and local governments to pay to hire or retain teachers and $5 billion in grants to governments and other groups to pay for law enforcement officers and emergency personnel. This was one component of the president’s broader jobs bill that was rejected earlier in the month.

Sen. Bill Nelson voted YES......send e-mail or see bio
Sen. Marco Rubio voted NO......send e-mail or see bio

Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 2012 - Vote Agreed to (82-16, 2 Not Voting)

The Senate reached the necessary 60 votes to end debate on a legislative package that combines the fiscal 2012 Agriculture, Commerce-Justice-Science (S 1572) and Transportation-HUD (S 1596) appropriations bills. When they return from a weeklong recess, senators will resume consideration of the bill.

Sen. Bill Nelson voted YES......send e-mail or see bio
Sen. Marco Rubio voted NO......send e-mail or see bio

Upcoming Votes
Internal Revenue Code - H.R.674

The House is scheduled to vote this week on a bill to repeal a 3 percent withholding requirement on government contractor payments.

Sunday, October 23, 2011

Alexander/ Mendoza 2012 Socialist Party candidates

Socialist Party USA has chosen Stewart Alexander for President and Alejandro Mendoza for Vice President.

Presidential Candidate Questionnaire

Stewart A. Alexander
Web site -- email
Introductory Statement

I am Stewart A. Alexander of Murrieta, California, a life-long civil rights activist and an active member of the Peace and Freedom Party for the last nine years. Last year I ran a statewide campaign for Lieutenant Governor, and I was pleased with how well the socialist message of the Peace and Freedom Party resonated with the people and groups I spoke with during the campaign. These are times of crisis, and people are looking for answers. I am offering myself as a candidate for the Presidential nomination of the Socialist Party and the Peace and Freedom Party in order to bring to the country a message of peace, human rights, prosperity for workers, and socialism. I think people are ready to listen. I hope to help build a united Left campaign, bringing people together to work in the people's interest.

Communist Party USA endorses President Obama!

CONGRATS… Communist Party USA Endorses Barack Obama and Democrats For 2012 Election

NewImageObama 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. The Communist Party USA has consistently supported and infiltrated the Democratic Party.
Also note, Sam Webb, the leader of the party, called Obama a friend back in 2008.

Saturday, October 22, 2011

Florida's Capitalist do boys and do girls! <>;
These are Florida's elite politics. Who are for sell to the highest bidder. While selling you and me out. Right now the state sellouts are in committee. Be sure to join occupy fort lauderdale on facebook , twitter,and on the web @

Sunday, October 9, 2011

a working class history

I REMEMBER, AS a young teenager in the early 1930s during the worst Depression in U.S. history, listening to some smart asses who said the American working class was hopelessly backward and too dumb to join unions.

Within a few years the CIO revolution swept over the country. Tragically, only the Communist Party took advantage of this upsurge and established itself on a mass basis. Its defense of the Stalinist ruling class finished that movement, and struck a serious blow to socialism.

The Trotskyists tried but failed to overcome their middle-class background, to become a workers' party in the true sense of the word -- a party of real live workers living a lifetime of work in the main production centers and winning the workers to socialism. Had this been accomplished the non-Stalinist left would have survived and grown.

Friday, October 7, 2011

Tio Hugo wants the rich's house for the people!


CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) -- Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez announced Thursday that his government will expropriate homes on the Caribbean resort islands of Los Roques, saying the structures were built on plots bought in shadowy business deals.
Chavez has nationalized hundreds of privately owned companies since taking office in 1999, but this is the first time he has targeted private homes for expropriation.
Chavez offered no details regarding the planned seizures of private homes and quaint inns, known in Spanish as "posadas."

Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Davie to vote on luxury apartment complex on Wednesday

Davie to vote on luxury apartment complex on Wednesday

This sucks for the poor and apartments $1500 a month. You are serious? As a heart attack and this must stop. Affordable housing is needed, not luxury apartments. Hell the workers ,who probably build these damn places cant afford to live in one, but must build it for the bourgeois need a place to stay. This an attack on the working class again and this must not stand! REVOLUTION!

Friday, September 30, 2011

The fight starts now!

The only thing TV pundits can talk about is who's up and who's down coming out of the latest Republican presidential debate. But there's an important election happening this year in Ohio and it's only a little over one month away.

Here's the deal: Ohio Governor John Kasich -- just like Scott Walker in Wisconsin -- pushed through a law to severely cut the rights of workers to negotiate their own contracts. It's a job killing bill that will cost public employees like firefighters, teachers and cops their healthcare benefits and pay raises so Republicans can give more tax breaks to the super rich and corporations.

While nationally we were focused on Wisconsin, the people of Ohio -- including many DFA members -- fought back. Over one million voters signed a petition to repeal the law, putting it up for a statewide referendum this November. Now they need our national movement to back them up.

We've put together an aggressive campaign to mobilize over 75,000 DFA volunteers in Ohio. We'll educate voters, identify supporters, and get out the vote this November to defeat the Job Killing Issue 2. We're ready to hit the ground running on October 5 -- going non-stop until Election Day -- but we can't make the plan happen without the resources we need to win.

Please contribute $10 right now to deliver the resources to win.

Our people-powered campaign will be modeled after the massive campaign you helped us build in Wisconsin this summer -- putting staff on the ground to organize volunteers, canvass door-to-door and make phone calls.

Big corporate interests are going to pour money into this referendum, just like they did in Wisconsin. Mother Jones reported that the Koch brothers are holding secret million-dollar donor clubs for their super rich right-wing friends to finance "the mother of all wars" against progressives.

Right-wingers are going all-in in Ohio and we're ready to do the same -- go head to head -- and beat them.

Contribute $10 now to fuel our campaign to win in Ohio.
This fight is this year. It's happening right now. We will win in Ohio and beat back another out-of-control Republican Governor, because you stood up today and helped fuel the campaign.

Thank you for everything you're doing to win.


Charles Chamberlain, Political Director
Democracy for America

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Elizabeth Warren

I don't need to tell you who Elizabeth Warren is -- you've probably seen the video where she debunks right-wing "class warfare" talking points and makes a powerful case for the social contract.

Elizabeth is a fighter and a truth-teller. You saw it in that video -- and you saw it in Washington, where she stood up for the middle class and took on the big banks to hold Wall Street accountable.

She is exactly the sort of person we need fighting for us in Washington everyday and we need to have her back in this Senate race in Massachusetts. Republican Scott Brown has a $10 million war chest and big banks will go to the mat to keep a real progressive like Warren out of the Senate.

Help elect Elizabeth Warren. Chip in $12 to her campaign right now.

When we asked our Massachusetts members who they supported for Senate, the answer was loud and clear -- 90 percent of DFA members said they supported Elizabeth Warren.

There's a movement in Massachusetts to elect Elizabeth and it's about more than taking back a Senate seat -- it's about electing someone who will get America working for regular folks again and hold big banks, insurance companies and Wall Street accountable for their actions.

Electing Elizabeth is a huge step towards getting Americans back to work and rebuilding the middle class.

Elizabeth Warren is standing up for us. Let's stand up for her. Chip in $12 to her campaign right now.

Thanks for everything you do.

- Jim

Jim Dean, Chair
Democracy for America

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Friday, September 23, 2011

About Us | Coffee Party

About Us | Coffee Party

This is about the Coffee Party. The alternative to the Tea Party. The Coffee Party are about Democracy and Fairness. The Tea Party are right wing radicals, who are out to destroy the social programs, that progressives worked so hard to build. People are hurting and The Coffee Party is their voice to help. REVOLUTION!!!!



This morning, the President proposed the "Buffett Rule," which would require those earning more than $1 million a year to pay the same share of their income in taxes as middle-class families do.

This proposal makes sure millionaires and billionaires share the responsibility for reducing the deficit. It would correct, for example, the fact that Warren Buffett's secretary currently pays taxes at a higher rate than he does.

The other side is already saying it's "class warfare" -- that's their rhetorical smokescreen for providing millionaires and billionaires special treatment.

As the President said this morning, "This is not class warfare -- it's math."

The wealthiest Americans don't need further tax cuts and in many cases aren't even asking for them. Requiring that they pay their fair share is the only practical way forward. The Republican alternative is to drastically slash education, gut Medicare, let roads and bridges crumble, and privatize Social Security. That's not the America we believe in -- but many in the Republican leadership actually prefer those policies, which explains their refusal to act.

That's why they'll say "tax increase" over and over again, trying to muddy the waters and trick ordinary Americans into thinking the Buffett Rule will hurt them. And if we don't speak out right now, they just might get away with it.

If you stand with President Obama in this fight and want to see the Buffett Rule passed -- say you'll get his back now.

Of course, the Buffett Rule won't really touch most Americans -- only 0.3% of households will even be affected.

And without it, the only way to reduce our debt is to savage the programs that seniors and middle-class families rely on.

That's exactly what the President refuses to do -- in fact, he's said he'll veto any bill that changes benefits for folks who rely on Medicare but doesn't raise serious revenue by asking the wealthiest Americans or biggest corporations to pay their fair share.

This isn't just a commonsense approach to cutting the deficit -- it's the only way to make sure we can provide security to people who work hard and play by the rules.

So right now, I'm asking you to say you'll stand with the President on something that won't be easy. Get the President's back today:



Jim Messina
Campaign Manager
Obama for America

This campaign isn't funded by Washington lobbyists or corporate interests. It relies on donations from people like you. Please make a donation today.

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Rest in Peace, Mr. Troy Anthony Davis, Lynched 21 Sept 11.

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Three lessons from the fight to save Troy Davis

A Howard University student organizer speaks out

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By Eugene Puryear
Howard students lead a march in support of Troy Davis from their campus to the White House, Sept. 21, 2011.
Howard students lead a march in support of Troy Davis from their campus to the White House, Sept. 21, 2011.

Eugene Puryear speaks at a Save Troy Davis rally at Howard University, Sept. 16
Eugene Puryear speaks at a Save Troy Davis rally at Howard University, Sept. 16.
Troy Davis was executed on Sept. 21, pronounced dead at 11:08 p.m. Davis had been falsely convicted of the 1989 killing of a Savannah police officer.
Since his trial, seven of the nine witnesses who had testified against Davis recanted their testimony. Five witnesses signed affidavits asserting that they were coerced by the police. Three individuals said that another man, Sylvester “Redd” Coles, confessed to them that he committed the crime. The case against Davis lacked any physical evidence—no murder weapon, fingerprints or DNA evidence were ever presented.
None of that stopped the State of Georgia from taking the life of an innocent man.
In the weeks preceding the execution date, over 1 million people signed a petition; many more made phone calls and sent emails to local, state and federal officials demanding that they save the life of Troy Davis.
Students from Howard University in Washington, D.C., held rallies Sept. 16 and Sept. 21—the scheduled execution date. Hundreds of Howard students marched following the Sept. 21 campus rally and gathered at the White House, joined by other Davis’ supporters. Continuing to demand a stay of execution, at least 12 students were arrested.
When an announcement came minutes before the execution that the Supreme Court had granted a temporary reprieve delaying the execution, the demonstrators militantly marched to the Supreme Court to demand justice, holding a picket until the court’s decision was announced and the execution was carried out. Hundreds remained until after midnight, some of them having been in the streets for 12 hours, speaking out about their experience and plans to continue the struggle.
Despite this determined effort, repeated in cities across the United States and throughout the world, the Supreme Court allowed the execution to go ahead.
While there is much to be said about the case and the implications of the Save Troy Davis struggle, here are three lessons worth highlighting:
1. We are not living in a “post-racial” society
We can finally lay to rest this tiresome phrase.
The case of Troy Davis is at the intersection of race and class in the United States. The cops who coerced witnesses in the Troy Davis trial knew the odds were stacked in their favor. Georgia does not guarantee counsel for death row inmates, making it harder for poor defendants to properly mount appeals. According to the American Bar Association, those convicted of killing white victims in Georgia are 4.5 times more likely to be sentenced to death than those convicted of killing Black victims.
What these cops knew was the true essence of the criminal justice system. The death penalty and other “law and order” methods are political tools. They send a chilling message to the most oppressed sectors of society—primarily Black and Latino working-class communities—meant to discourage any resistance to their own oppression.
2. President Obama won’t save us
President Obama said it was “inappropriate” for him to “weigh in” on the Troy Davis case because it was a “state” issue. Seriously? In 2009, Obama weighed heavily against the trial of a woman in Iran that the United States government claims was innocent. The U.S. president can take a stand against an alleged injustice in another sovereign country, but not against a proven injustice in a U.S. state?
The White House raises the banner of democracy, freedom and human rights as a weapon against those governments it seeks to replace. The Obama administration and U.S. officials are brimming with quotes of condemnation against its targets abroad, yet are silent on the most egregious violations committed on U.S. soil, aiding and abetting the execution of an innocent man.
That is the true role of the U.S. president: the protector, the commander-in-chief of this corrupt system. Obama could have taken a stand for justice, but instead he stood by silently as Troy Davis was killed.
3. The fight-back movement is on
The fight is not over. Troy Davis’ executioners cannot be allowed to escape scot-free. There are many Troy Davises across the country, both in prison and outside. This is the time to escalate the struggle, to take the spirit of the fight to save Troy’s life and turn it into a mass fight-back movement against racism and the system of class oppression that depends on it.
The upsurge to save Troy Davis’ life is part of a rebellious undercurrent. From the massive immigrant rights’ movement in 2006 to the Jena 6 struggle in 2007 to the labor battle in Wisconsin this past winter, the fight to save Davis was a glimpse of potential, a signal of militant rejection of the suffering and oppression afflicting working people in this country.
Moving forward from here, we must turn the fight around Davis’ life into a general struggle against racism, oppression and exploitation. Troy Davis did not die in vain.
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Going forward after the gruesome execution of Troy Davis

A statement from the ANSWER Coalition

Troy Davis was not only a victim; he was a leader. He demonstrated courage in the face of his executioners. His spirit will be formative in the creation of a new people's movement that is coming into existence.
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Saturday, September 17, 2011

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Sunrise officials question cost of city's golf course

Sunrise officials question cost of city's golf course

The capitalist game "golf", is costing taxpayers money. This must stop at all cost. People are starving and the city of Sunrise is shelling out money for this.

Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Fuck the state ,smoke up

Nutrition & Fitness - HEALTH

Pot Smokers May Have Lower Risk of Obesity

Published September 07, 2011
| MyHealthNewsDaily
Despite the tendency of marijuana users to experience the "munchies," pot smokers may have a lower risk of obesity that those who don't use the drug, a new study finds.

Sunday, September 4, 2011

Offshore drilling protect

Offshore drilling critics plan second protest

Critics of offshore oil drilling will return to Fort Lauderdale beach next month as a part of a Hands Across the Sand event.
Last June, demonstrators also gathered along the shore near Las Olas Boulevard just two months after the BP oil spill began in the Gulf of Mexico.
“It’s important for people to remember what happened a year ago,” said Matthew Schwartz, executive director of the South Florida Wildlands Association, referring to the BP spill.
Schwartz's group is helping to organize the gathering on Fort Lauderdale next month.
Hands Across the Sand was the idea of Dave Rauschkolb, an avid surfer and restaurant owner from Florida.
“We wanted to convince legislators not to take oil drilling up, which they did not and we’d like to think we had an effect,” he said.
Next month's demonstration begins at 11 a.m. June 25 at the intersection of Las Olas Boulevard and State Road A1A. Participants are scheduled to join hands for 15 minutes beginning at noon.
“It’s a very powerful expression to show up in unity and send a powerful message that clean energy is the course to take,” Rauschkolb said.
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Thursday, September 1, 2011

A Beautiful poster

People and army are one!
People and army are one! - Unknown year

In my mind, this is pretty much the stereotype of a Soviet propaganda poster. It's got the three central occupations represented; peasant, worker and soldier, all under the shining red star of the revolution, working in unity to drive the Soviet Union forward. This poster is nothing short of brilliant, supremely confident looking, with bright and powerful colours.

Monday, August 29, 2011

You vs. Eric Cantor.

Come on Comrades lets make these Evil Republicans suffer. 

On Friday, we asked DFA members to vote on which Republican to target next with our new TV ad exposing the Republican attacks on Medicare, Social Security and education.

It was close, but the winner was clear: Republican Eric Cantor.

Now, we'll hit him hard across his Virginia district before he heads back to Washington after Labor Day. You told us what to do. Please help make it possible by contributing $5 to get the ad on the air.

As of this morning, we've raised $30,000 for in-districts ads, but -- to have a lasting impact and send a strong message -- we need your help to raise at least $50,000 by Monday morning.

We're holding Republicans accountable and hitting them where it hurts most -- back home in their congressional district.

Please contribute now to make it happen.

Thank you for everything you do.


Charles Chamberlain, Political Director
Democracy for America

Democracy for America relies on you and the people-power of more than one million members to fund the grassroots organizing and training that delivers progressive change on the issues that matter. Please Contribute Today and support our mission. 

Thursday, August 18, 2011

Socialism in Chitown

Save the date and pre-register now!

Midwest Socialism Conference
“Stand Up and Fight Back!”

Saturday, Nov. 5 & Sunday, Nov. 6
UIC Student Center East, 750 S. Halsted, Chicago, Ill.

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Midwest Socialism Conference
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Doors open at 8:30 a.m.
Conference begins at 9:30 a.m.
A mass fightback movement is on the rise.
From Egypt and Tunisia to Wisconsin and Ohio, workers are taking a stand against oppression and exploitation. These inspiring struggles show that when working people enter the political arena and engage in mass action, we become the most powerful agents for change.
But at the end of the day, what can bring an end to the budget cuts, unemployment, racist police brutality, and the ongoing wars and occupations that afflict so many? Can reforms alone put the needs of poor and working people first when the entire economic system is fueled by the pursuit of maximum profits for banks, corporations and landlords? What can decisively turn this situation around?
The conference will feature speakers, workshops, entertainment and discussion on a wide variety of topics ranging from the movements against war and occupation abroad to the attacks on working people at home.
Whether you are looking to organize against war, racism, sexism and capitalist exploitation, or if you just want to learn what socialism is all about, the Midwest Socialism Conference has something for you.
Join us for presentations and discussion on a number of topics, including:
  • What is socialism and is it possible in the U.S.?
  • Fighting for jobs, education, housing, health care
  • Overcoming racism and police brutality
  • Lessons from Midwest labor battles: What will stop the anti-worker offensive on unions, students and badly needed public services?
  • The Egyptian revolution & U.S. imperialism in the Middle East
  • Fighting sexism, anti-LGBT bigotry and anti-immigrant attacks
  • Cuba & Venezuela: Gains and challenges of socialist revolution
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"Stand Up and Fight Back" - Midwest Socialism Conference
When: Saturday, Nov. 5, and Sunday, Nov. 6
Doors open at 8:30 a.m., conference begins at 9:30 a.m.
Where: UIC Student Center East, 750 S. Halsted, Chicago, Ill.
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