I saw a curious tweet about a job. The URL was not shortened so it was plan to see it was sub-sectioned in /gov/and in NY and posted on Craigslist.org. Well that was it I just had to see. The tweet was meant as a jab to some unemployed liberal that thinks you or I buy him a sleeping bag or something else somehow not produced by a capitalist corporation….go figure that one out. Well imagine my surprise when I see the job placement is a real posting from an organization I know about from doing my homework on the “Crime Inc” stories done by Glenn Beck while he was still beholden to Faux news. Keep in mind an Arab and a bunch of phone hackers own that network.
Although the party’s founders hoped to foster a shift in the United States toward electoral fusion, they were not successful in doing so. Their hopes rested largely on theU.S. Supreme Court case Timmons v. Twin Cities Area New Party. In 1997, the Court, in a 6-3 decision, upheld the Minnesota ban on cross-endorsing candidates, rejecting the New Party’s argument that electoral fusion was a right protected by the First Amendment‘s freedom of association clause.
After the Timmons case, the New Party quickly declined. Several chapters — initially, those chapters not connected with ACORN — disaffiliated. Perhaps the only and certainly the most successful surviving local chapter, known as Progressive Dane, remains active and relevant in Dane County, Wisconsin. Cantor and other key staff members left to found the Working Families Party of New York (1998), an organization which has had considerable success in building a New Party-style organization within New York state, and which now has expanded into other states that have fusion voting. Source: wiki
The ties are clear. The Working Families Party is the Party of Barack Obama. So why would anybody really be surprised if Obama was found to have even more ties to the Occupy Wall Street Protest. A protest that as of today he claims he has only limited knowledge of from what he has seen on TV.
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