Barack Obama - Dreams From My Real Father

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Okay, Joel Gilbert. So, Obama is really bad at doing Marxism. So bad that any Marxist will tell you that Obama is the furthest thing from a Marxist. Of course, according to the proper wingnut logic, that's just because there's a vast conspiracy to conceal Obama's Marxism. For victory, or ...Read more

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