SMH. Just adding more fuel to the “Barack Obama Is A Communist” fire..
Via The Examiner:
According to Sam Webb, chairman of the Communist Party USA, Obama’s re-election was “an enormous people’s victory” over racist white people, Bob Unruh reported at WND Wednesday. “The comment,” Unruh said, “was in a report to the Communist Party USA national committee from the party’s chairman, Sam Webb.” Webb said that Romney’s defeat and the defeat of the GOP in the Senate “bodes well for the future.”
“What stands out was the resolve of women and especially single young women to defend their rights and democracy generally; what was heartening was the readiness of millions of white workers and trade unionists to stand with the President even in a weak economy and in the face of unrelenting and crude racist appeals,” he added, without specifying what appeals were “racist.”
“He said blacks, Hispanics and women worked together to defeat ‘racist … white people’ and that it now is time for the Communist Party USA to work on the foundations established by Obama on issues regarding the environment, homosexual marriage and minorities to its potential,” Unruh added. Webb devoted a whole section of his lengthy report to “racist white people.”
This is what he had to say about those racist white GOP folks:
“It is easy to dismiss white people, including white workers, as not only racist, but also backward on a range of issues, such as peace, gun control, reproductive rights, gay marriage, and so forth,” he wrote, claiming that the white vote provides “ample evidence for this claim.”
Although Webb says that other factors, like the economy, may have played a role, “racism must have either taken up the biggest space in or is closely entwined with the bundle of resentments and wrong understandings that accounts for their voting behavior.” In other words, if you didn’t vote for Obama, you’re a backwards racist, a theme the Democrat-media complex is more than eager to play up. In addition to being racist, Webb accused Republicans of trying to manipulate the vote.
“While many things went into Obama’s victory, what was notable was the ability of the democratic movement to turn back Republican efforts to suppress the vote; what was of great import was the determination of the people’s movement (with labor in the lead) to reach, educate, and turn out tens of millions of American voters on Election Day; what not surprising was the continuing, strategic, and sometimes underappreciated role of the African American people (93 per cent voted for the president) in the front ranks (at the head in many instances) of the struggle for progress and democracy,” he added.
Webb claimed that Communists played a huge role in the election, and urged the Party to work harder to become more acceptable to mainstream Americans. He said the Party should “make a bigger effort to break into the mainstream media,” disregarding the blatant bias and blind acceptance of Communist Party ideas in the Democrat-media complex.