This is the true face of the Republican Party. This is what fascism looks like.

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Defending corporate interests even as those interests destroy American lives.

This is not a government of the people. It's a fascist government.

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Fascism look pretty Tan.

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Proof positive that we need to purge the world of Fascists and while at it, purge the Republican party.

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I love how the Right wants to call Obama a fascist as if they have not been putting fascism into established order for decades.

They call it privatization.

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Yes indeed, we must wring out all violent fascism in the USA by eliminating those violent manifestations of them as they solely appear in the Republican party. Which can only give us one conclusion...outlaw all fascist parties including the Republican party [NP for short-Neocon Party].

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Quote DRC:

I love how the Right wants to call Obama a fascist as if they have not been putting fascism into established order for decades.

They call it privatization.

Paxton wrote that fascism is:

a form of political behavior marked by obsessive preoccupation with community decline, humiliation or victimhood and by compensatory cults of unity, energy and purity, in which a mass-based party of committed nationalist militants, working in uneasy, but effective collaboration with traditional elites, abandons democratic liberties and pursues with redemptive violence and without ethical or legal restraints goals of internal cleansing and external expansion

I don't know why they would claim Obama is a fascist. The right is so stupid.

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The cons and their apologists are engaged in some big time projection. When they point a finger at Obama and call him a fascist, they're pointing 3 fingers right back at themselves. The fact is, the cons don' know squat about fascism; what it is or what it means to be a fascist. They just don't like the word, except when it's hurled at Obama or progressives. They don't know the difference between a fascist, socialist, communist or populist. All they know is that anyone who disagrees with them are the enemies.

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Which makes them an enemy of any rational human being and especially the working class. And thus an enemy of the state.

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"Naomi Wolf: America's Fascist Coup Owes to Bush's Nazi Grandfather
Author of "10 steps" speaks publicly for the first time about legacy of modern-day tyranny "

http://www.infowars.com/articles/bush/fascist_coup_owes_to_bush_nazi_grandfather_wolf.htm

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