You did not call him a marxist, you called him a socialist. When asked about it, you were unable to explain your position.
Simple search for the word socialism in any of tdog's posts.
Tdog- Sept 30 11:49
"I would argue Obama is a socialist, although, I know that word excites some people. Nonetheless it's hard for me to see the difference between the definition of socialism and Obama's economic philosophy. Be that as it may, it hasn't worked and in many cases has led to social unrest, violence and death. Not for me. "
Right, and then I asked him if Canada, Germany, France, Sweeden, Norway, the Netherlands, Australia, New Zealand... were full of social unrest, violence and death due to their socialist policies. ?????? And I would repeat my question as to a single policy Obama has proposed that is socialist?????
Oops. My mistake. I try to stear clear of labels but a slip up.
So, sue me
I see you left out Spain, Italy, Portugal, Ireland and Greece for some odd reason
Germany is socialist ? I think not, although, they have some socialist programs as does the U.S. Unless this 1938 ?
Again, call Obama anything you want. He believes in redistribution of wealth and centralized government. I don't think you'll read those words in the United States Constitution rather may find it in Marx's Communist Manifesto.
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