Sunday, June 27, 2010
America needs another Ronald Reagan and
June 25th marks the opening salvo of the Korean War and I sat down to watch a great Hollywood film (The Longest Day) that won 2 Oscars in 1962.
The iconic film was an example of the support that Hollywood (Institution) of the time and the actors that actively supported America troops and her allies. Names like John Wayne, Sean Connery, Robert Mitchum, Henry Fonda (who would have guessed his daughter Jane would lead the traitorous left later), Eddie Albert, Stuart Whitman, Rod Steiger, Peter Lawford and many more (five directors and a cast of thousands).
While I sat and watch with pride that influenced so many at such a critical time in our history (the outset of the Vietnam War and the counter-culture movement) it was apparent that so many in Hollywood and the US Government are so openly hostile of our country and equally as open about their socialist and communist fervor.
In 1962 the communist culture that was brimming just below the surface and closeted in the late 1940’s through the 1950’s was exposed by Joseph McCarthy and Ronald Reagan. In fact the term McCarthyism is a negative connotation used by leftists in the Main Stream media who today still claim he was on a witch-hunt and his assertions, baseless.
History has a way of vindication
The 1995 release of the Venona papers and corroboration from documents gleaned from the Soviet Archives largely vindicate McCarthy as correct in his assertions of widespread Soviet infiltration of the United States Government (at all levels including the White House) as well as Hollywood California.
Sean Penn, the Hugo Chavez loving actor’s family has a long history of communism starting with his father (Leo Penn) who was “blacklisted” from Hollywood acting until much later in life and only then, on television.
Rosey O’Donnel - "I say seize their assets. Right now. Seize their assets today. Take over the [company]. I don't care [how]. Issue an executive order...Call it socialism, call it communism, call it anything you want. Let's watch Rush Limbaugh explode on TV...Seize the assets. Take over BP."
Oliver Stone - U.S. filmmaker Oliver Stone said he sees Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez as an energetic, principled champion of change in Latin America and hopes to capture the spirit of his drive to roll back U.S. influence in an upcoming documentary.
Ed Asner – Interview with Progressive.org:
Q: Has it become easier for progressives in Hollywood now?
Asner: [Sighs.] I don’t think anything ever becomes easier for progressives. Far too much of our country is being misguided by rightwing radio, which dominates the airwaves. Far too many people are intrigued by the news space the tea baggers occupy. They talk about “socialism” while they’re busy collecting their Social Security, unemployment, and Medicare checks, and busily decrying any other new innovation as being “socialistic.”
Q: What do you think of socialism?
Asner: I think we need more of it.
Al Sharpton - "First of all, then we have to say the American public overwhelmingly voted for socialism when they elected President Obama," Sharpton said. "Let's not act as though the president didn't tell the American people - the president offered the American people health reform when he ran. He was overwhelmingly elected running on that and he has delivered what he promised."
It is no secret that now Obama has taken the Oval Office, Progressive Socialists and Communists are so emboldened that they no longer hide in the shadows. They openly discuss to any microphone in their face that they want America destroyed and replaced with their utopian madness. I believe that the results of the November elections will be our collective rejection of their ideals and kick their sorry asses to the curb and new fresh faces will emerge in the American conservative model in order to turn this tide back to our exceptionalism that the Democrats do not think we have…..