Tuesday, October 6, 2020

The Forgotten History of the Democratic Party

I'll bet that as much as 90 percent of today's Democrats don't even know their party's history!

image of a penny with 'In God We Trust' In 1958, at the age of 8, I built my first shortwave radio. It was crude, it was rude, but it worked. I strung my first dipole antenna from the North window of my bedroom to the tree that I climbed most every summer day.

I found myself listening reliably to Radio Moscow and later to Radio Havana Cuba. I acquired an intense interest in the Communist/Socialist ideology, and I, in 1964, at the age of 14, began sending letters to Moscow, asking them to

use me in some manner here in the states. Little did I know that Uncle Sam was reading my mail.

One of the things I remembe about Radio Moscow is they scared me by saying that they were going to roll right over top of us, that they would one day overtake us from the inside out without firing a single shot. Well, when I hear members of the Democratic Party running for office tell us that unless Biden wins the Presidential Election, this vioilence and chaos will continue, I'm reminded of Radio Moscow.

Perhaps the Democratic Party is not what it seems. I found the following video interesting and pretty much on dhe money with regards to many things. If nothing else, you'll learn somethingn about the party you never knew.

Note: YouTube removed the full video. Here is the trailer. When I find it elsewhere, I'll post it as well. It's not the same video, but it's still spot on... --Al Colombo

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