[Marxism] Is it "Seven Days in May" for Obama?
russo.matthew9 at gmail.com
Wed Oct 7 13:19:02 MDT 2009
Well, clearly the military brass sense that Obama is just plain weak, and
having seen the successes of first Wall Street and then the "health care"
cartel, are stepping up for their turn in line to bully the Wimp in Chief.
The sharks smell blood, and circle the waters. There will be no "coup", as
one is not necessary. All such talk probably emanates from the conspiracy
minded Democratic Party Left, as conspiracy theorizing is always the
substitute for an absence of strategy.
Date: Tue, 6 Oct 2009 03:05:06 -0400
From: "jayroth6" <jayroth6 at cox.net>
Subject: [Marxism] Is it "Seven Days in May" for Obama?
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At a recent political meeting I attended, some activists expressed their
fear of whether Obama could remain in office if he denied General Stanley
McChrystal's demand for 40 thousand more U.S. combat troops for Afghanistan.
I thought their fears were absurd on the face of it: no president has been a
bigger booster of Washington's course of war and plunder at home and abroad
than Obama. Why else would he have the job?
And now I read here http://www.wsws.org/articles/2009/oct2009/pers-o06.shtml:
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