Monday, December 28, 2009


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Saul Alinsky — the repellant radical who wrote the book on using underhanded tactics to undermine democracy — has now been acknowledged as a hero by prominent MSNBC Obamunist Chris "Tingles" Matthews. WND quotes Tingles:

Well, to reach back to one of our heroes from the past, from the '60s, Saul Alinsky once said that even though both sides have flaws in their arguments and you can always find something nuanced about your own side you don't like and it's never perfect, you have to act in the end like there's simple black and white clarity between your side and the other side or you don't get anything done.

I always try to remind myself of Saul Alinsky when I get confused.

We all know how often that is.

Next WND quotes former leftist David Horowitz, who describes Alinsky's salient contribution to moonbat tactics:

The strategy of working within the system until you can accumulate enough power to destroy it was what sixties radicals called "boring from within."