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Obama, Democrats, Flooding the Zones, Says Democratic Pollster

Posted on August 26 2009 1:15 am
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The left is using the Cloward-Piven Strategy of orchestrated crisis by “overwhelming the system,” Glenn Beck said on his TV program yesterday.

“I don’t believe in coincidence,” said Beck. “When I see huge bill after huge bill after huge bill — all hurried and given the same ‘emergency, must pass now’ label, my reaction is — whoa, whoa, whoa, slow down. Why the rush?”

“Clearly, this is a strategy and it is working,” said Beck.

The radical left-wing academics Richard Cloward and Frances Fox Piven explained their plan to end poverty in a 1966 article in the Nation magazine. The strategy “starts with the idea that there is a wide gap between the entitlements that poor people are eligible for and the entitlements that they are actually collecting,” Beck said. 

They urged that as many people as possible be placed on government welfare rolls in order to eliminate poverty. “The only way to accomplish that is through a massive multi-city education campaign making heavy use of the media,” he said.

As the welfare burden increases on governments, a crisis begins in the cities and rapidly spreads nationwide forcing “the government to move quickly to create a new program for direct income distribution: Marxism,” Beck said. He added:

If you think all of these unread thousand-page bills are just part of a runaway out-of-control government, I don’t think it is. It’s meant to overwhelm the system. I mean, how can you fight a stimulus package when there is a giant health care bill alongside cap-and-trade all going full throttle at you at the same time? What happens when one or all of these massive bills pass?

Pat Caddell, formerly a Democratic pollster, said he doesn’t believe that Democrats are trying to collapse the system as part of a deliberate strategy. “I think they’re flooding the zones, to use a football metaphor…setting out so many things and nobody can cover it all.”

In the past when a new president came in, for the first six months “people are still trying to find out where bathrooms were,” said Caddell. “Where are all these pieces and programs coming in all this kind of detail? Where do you get 1,000 pages or 1,300 pages one after the other” for legislative proposals in such a short period of time, he asked.

Caddell said he was disturbed by the actions of President Obama’s Attorney General, Eric Holder, who functioned as a bag man for Communist China during the Clinton administration and who recommended a pardon for fugitive Marc Rich, a huge Democratic donor and “one of the most evil men to ever walk the face of the Earth.”

Under pressure from the ACLU,, and the many extreme groups in the Democratic Party, Holder announced he is going to assign a special prosecutor to consider charges against CIA operatives for enhanced interrogation techniques.

And Holder decided that the New Black Panthers in Philadelphia who carried weapons around polling precincts should not be prosecuted, Caddell said, adding:

For the first time I’ve got to ask myself, is Barack Obama really in control — either he is disingenuous, which I wish not to believe about the president of the United States, or maybe the question is who’s really in control here? And it’s time to ask that question.

Washington is corrupt and “has made itself the enemy of the American people,” said Caddell. “And, you know, you’ve got people like George Soros in the middle of it.”

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