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Eugene Delgaudio's Ironic History Lesson Similar to Larry's - Under 'Fascist' Bush, Democrats Feared Tyranny


Eugene Delgaudio, president of Public Advocate says "I remember when at the age of 14 I directed a large mob in New York's central park away from beating me up by yelling "there goes the rightwing FASCISTS". Now Larry Elder remembers the "good old days" years ago -- the difference is when I was 14 it was 1969 and the Bush Administration came in the year 2000."

Larry Elder says

Once upon a time, a group of people known as the "Democrats" expressed great fear of tyranny by government.

This was a time long, long ago, when a man from a place called Texas, representing a people known as the Republicans, occupied the White House. Leaders of the Democrats feared tyranny by the Republicans and called the man from Texas racist, oppressive and tyrannical.

To refresh your recollection, we offer a few examples from the distant past:

Billionaire Democratic contributor George Soros. He said the George W. Bush White House displayed the "supremacist ideology of Nazi Germany" and that Bush's administration used rhetoric that echoed his childhood in occupied Hungary. "When I hear Bush say, 'You're either with us or against us,'" Soros said, "it reminds me of the Germans." Soros later said: "The Bush administration and the Nazi and communist regimes all engaged in the politics of fear. ... Indeed, the Bush administration has been able to improve on the techniques used by the Nazi and communist propaganda machines."

Former Vice President Al Gore. He said: "(George W. Bush's) executive branch has made it a practice to try and control and intimidate news organizations, from PBS to CBS to Newsweek. ... And every day, they unleash squadrons of digital brownshirts to harass and hector any journalist who is critical of the President."


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