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Satire alert: Communist Party USA sues Democrats for platform theft

Absolutely hilarious satire from The People’s Cube!  Intro:

In a surprise move, the CPUSA (Communist Party USA) has announced a lawsuit against the Democratic Party and its leadership for the alleged theft of intellectual property. The plaintiffs claim that the entire so-called “new” Democratic agenda is, in fact, the product of a decades-long, painstaking campaign by CPUSA theorists, agitators, and underground subversive cells – which makes it the intellectual property of the Communist Party USA, protected by American copyright laws.”They stole our entire platform, rebranded it ‘progressive’, and claimed it as their own,” declared a CPUSA spokesperson at a press conference in San Francisco. “And we communists say, not so fast! Not in this country anyway, where we still have property rights and the rule of law, thank God! Actually, let me rephrase that…”

Read the rest while hilarity ensues!  😆

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April 15, 2010 - Posted by | satire, socialism

7 Comments »

  1. Not everyone is taking it as satire unfortunately. http://stevex09.wordpress.com/2010/05/18/communist-party-sues-democrats/

    Why no longer a libertarian? Sounds like we may share some of the same philosophies, except for the social conservatism part. No thanks on that.

    I look forward to checking out your blog. I’m newer to this site with my blog. Wrote a traditional newspaper column for a time and did a nice stint on Talk Radio. Feel free to drop by my blog also. When I disagree, I always try to avoid nastiness or name calling…unless they start it!

    Cheers.

    Comment by Rick | May 18, 2010

  2. Rick,

    Thanks for commenting. Much appreciated!

    I’m no longer a libertarian because I was saved by Jesus on Jan. 1, 2006. I used to believe in libertarian positions such as legalizing drugs, gay marriage/civil unions, abortion rights, etc. I no longer feel that way. On those issues and issues of faith, you and I will have to “agree to disagree”. I’ve got atheist friends and commenters, so I can live with that. Respect my faith, I will respect your lack of faith, and we’ll get along just swimmingly (Ted Kennedy was unavailable for comment! 😆 ).

    Outside of social and religious issues, you and I probably do agree on a lot of political issues. In my view, conservatives and libertarians share more in common than liberals and libertarians do. If we can succeed in implementing smaller government, lower taxes, less spending, and a strong national defense, then our differences in faith or social issues will be almost entirely insignificant. That’s my view, anyway.

    Comment by crushliberalism | May 18, 2010

  3. Sounds like we would definitely have to agree to disagree on the social stuff. I suppose that I’m more agnostic than atheist, as I’m willing to change if real evidence were presented. In fact…my last two posts may make your blood boil, but one of my rules is civility. I will certainly challenge certain belief systems, but defend your right to have them!

    Visit my blog if you get a chance. rminyard.wordpress.com

    Comment by Rick | May 18, 2010

  4. Fair enough, Rick. All I will say on the matter is that I recommend reading Lee Strobel’s “The Case for Christ”. He was an agnostic who sought out to prove to rubes like me that there was no Jesus, and his research led him to the opposite conclusion. It’s a great read. Whether it changes your mind, I don’t know.

    Otherwise, I’ve got no problems agreeing to disagree, my friend. Like I said, I’ve got atheist/agnostic friends, and there’s no friction at all. 🙂

    Comment by crushliberalism | May 18, 2010

  5. You’re on! I’ll add it to my library right next to Dawkins, Hitchins and Sam Harris! 🙂

    Comment by Rick | May 18, 2010

  6. 😆

    Comment by crushliberalism | May 18, 2010

  7. I enjoy your site, crushliberalism. You and word press have done a fine job.

    I also agree 100 percent with your political and social views. I, too, have found God. Had it all along. I’m not sure all conservatives are strong on religion, but all seem to believe there is a God in heaven who created the universe and all there is therein including this Earth upon which we reside. I believe it is necessary for a conservative to believe in God because one of the tenants of conservative people is that it was God, not government, that gave us our agency, created our bodies, gave us life, liberty, and property. If God created the property – which he did, how can liberals and progressives claim it is theirs. Yet across this nation there are states like Utah where 65 percent of the property (land) is owned by the Federal Government. Not a good thing. Being a conservative you know why the Declaration says “…pursuit of happiness” instead of pursuit of property as Jefferson originally proposed. It was because slaves were considered property then. The 56 Founding Fathers didn’t want to state that God gave us slaves because that’s just the opposite of what the Bible and Book of Mormon says. Man arrives on this planet free. All men are or should be free, without restraints, masters, or fetters. Yet the more government taxes us, and adds rules and restrictions to our everyday commerce, the less free we are. In many ways, I believe as Henry David Thoreau and many others – that small government is the ideal. Big government stifles initiative and free enterprise, jobs, commerce, and prosperity. Mr. Obama has proven that fact I’ve rambled on, but thanks for your excellent blog site. I’ll stay in touch. Please click over onto
    http://Getting America Right.blogspot.com now and then where I take it one step further. If the Democrats and Communists have the same platform, then Obama and all democrats who avow that creed must be communists. When I went to college – in the fifties – being a communist was bad, a dirty word. We were fighting communism. But the Obama regime doesn’t seem to mind that appellation. Too bad for them because time after time this dogma has been discredited.
    Don White

    Comment by Don White | February 10, 2011


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