Don’t let the faint hearted fool you, the bill board is spot on
The Tundra Tabloids thinks that the billboard is spot on, the man isn’t calling him a mass murderer, but a fellow traveller of the same ideology that both late dictator’s espoused. Interestingly enough, at least according to the article, the complaints filed against the billboard are expressing outrage for comparing/linking Obama to Hitler, but not with Lenin, whose own version of Marxist socialism murdered far more people than Hitler’s version of Marxist socialism.
This goes to show the success of the Leninist Marxists, who after the Second World War, effectively hid any ideological links Hitler had with the founder Marxist communism. But looking at Fascism, outside of the internationalism/nationalism divide, there is very little that separates the ideologies, and Obama’s politics mirrors to a great extent their, Hitler’s and Lenin’s version of big government. Only the ignorant and highly PC receptive knee-jerkers would complain. KGS
DES MOINES, Iowa – A billboard created by an Iowa tea party group that compares President Barack Obama to Adolf Hitler and Vladimir Lenin is drawing sharp criticism — even from fellow tea party activistswho have condemned it as offensive and a waste of money.
The North Iowa Tea Party began displaying the billboard in downtownMason City last week. The sign shows large photographs of Obama, Nazi leader Hitler and communist leader Lenin beneath the labels “Democratic Socialism,” “National Socialism,” and “Marxist Socialism.”
Beneath the photos is the phrase, “Radical leaders prey on the fearful & naive.”
The co-founder of the roughly 200-person group said the billboard was intended to send an anti-socialist message. But Bob Johnson admitted Tuesday that the message may have gotten lost amid the images of fascist and communist leaders.
“The purpose of the billboard was to draw attention to the socialism. It seems to have been lost in the visuals,” Johnson said. “The pictures overwhelmed the message. The message is socialism.” He said he didn’t know of any plans to remove the sign.