What it Means to be a Community Organizer

Author: Rory B. Bellows

The most important question this year is who exactly is Barack Obama? Obama likes to tout his days as a Chicago Community Organizer as evidence of him being a new kind of politician. Obama is never very specific on what he did or even what a community organizer’s job is. Here is an article by a fellow community organizer spelling out the job’s duties. Community organizers do not organize block parties and little leagues. They are political animals. The author does a nice job of spelling that part out, but she fails to go in-depth on what it means to follow in the footsteps of Saul Alinsky.

By describing what an organizer does-agitate for radical redistributive programs- you get a clear picture into the political philosophy of people who go into the community organizing field. They are radicals and marxists. Alinsky himself was a leftist revolutionary figure, and those who followed him are nothing more than leftovers from the radical movements of the 60s. Alinsky philosophy was undercover revoution. His minions were to present themselves not as they were, but as what people wanted to see. Does that sound familiar? Obama even uses this tactic to descibe himself in his books when he says he is a blank slate for people to project what they want him to be.

Obama is a leftist radical. There is good reason to suspect that deep down he is a marxist. The curtain on this fraud needs to pulled back or we are going to end up in America that has a third world standard of living forced upon us by Obama’s quest for economic justice and “fairness” in the tax code.

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1 Response to “What it Means to be a Community Organizer”


  1. 1 Kaya Moses August 15, 2008 at 2:57 pm

    As the wise quote: “Question with boldness even the existence of a God; because, if there be one, he must more approve of the homage of reason, than that of blind-folded fear.” (Thomas Jefferson)!


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