Tell me, kind sir... WHO, in the Democratic party, would you NOT call a communist???? Prey tell, WHO???
Tulsi Gabbard, Alan Dershowitz, Joe Manchin, Elissa Slotkin, Chrissy Houlahan, Abigail Spanberger, Elaine Luria , Mikie Sherrill, Ilhan Omar, Rashida Tlaib, Michelle Caruso-Cabrera
Side: Not a slave
Biden considering a pro Castro cult follower for running mate
Let's hope so, purely because Communists have a longstanding historical habit of executing any fascists they happen to acquire power and/or leadership from. They did it to Mussolini. They did it to Geovanni Gentile. They would have done it to Hitler, but he took the coward's way out.
Tell us Bronto: will you take the coward's way out?
I think you will, won't you?
Side: Not a slave
Let's hope so, purely because Communists have a longstanding historical habit of executing any fascists they happen to acquire power and/or leadership from.
Yet you never move to any of these wonderful paradises and continue to happily suckle off of the Capitalist country you reside in.
Side: Red storm
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