The Washington Times - November 21, 2007, 07:19PM
Laura IngrahamChe Guevara SEE RELATED:


Sunsara TaylorWorld Can’t WaitDiscover the NetworksRevolutionary Communist Partyher Blogger.com profileHot Air
They are not merely anti-Bush or even anti-American. They are not merely on the other side in this war. They are and will always be against anything and everything that America does. … They make common cause with the jihadists now because the jihadists are our current number one enemy. Once the jihadists are defeated, World Can’t Wait … will size up the country’s mood, figure out what enemy might be lurking out there with evil designs on us, and Sunsara and her merry band of Stalinist throwbacks will make common cause with whoever that is. It’s just what they do.
Che Guevara poster— Robert Stacy McCain, assistant national editor, The Washington TimesUPDATE 11 p.m.:MemeorandumSteve J. at Radamisto
Almost 50 years after Frank S. Myer equated liberalism with communism, that idea is slavishly repeated by the wingnuts. In today’s jargon, “far-left” means both something they disagree with AND communism. … Laura Ingraham made a fool of herself when she described the protest against Alberto Gonzales as resulting in “mayhem” and further spewed about the Marxist inspiration of the protesters. Hot Air, Van Der Galien and the Washington Times concurred with [Ingraham].
1.2.Revolutionary Communist Party.— RSMUPDATE 12:30 a.m. THURSDAYposted to Miss Taylor’s blog
Once there is a major, qualitative change in the nature of the objective situation, where all of society is in a profound crisis, owing fundamentally to the nature and workings of the system itself — and along with that there is the emergence of a revolutionary people, numbering in the millions and millions, conscious of the need for revolutionary change and determined to fight for it. (Emphasis added.)
Revolutionary Communist Party— RSM