Ed Driscoll

Hey, When Do They Sign the Non-Aggression Pact?

While President Obama proved not to be much of a uniter, this month’s Obama-friendly protests have sure proven that they can bring people together: “Nazis and Communists Throw Their Support Behind Occupy Wall Street Movements,” Jim Hoft writes.

Nazis and communists on the same page? Inconceivable! The far left’s motto in 2008 was “Recreate ’68!” They’ve apparently decided to turn the clock back a few more decades into the past. There was a brutal Occupy Italy riot today; and while Occupy Poland at least has a Facebook page; shouldn’t they have begun the actual invasion early last month, if only for the sake of old times? (Speaking of old times, Pete Seeger, your moment has come once again.)

Elsewhere in the world of liberal fascism, MSNBC’s newest anchor shouts, “If you won’t get the jobs bill done in the suite, we will get the jobs bill done in the street!” MSNBC is owned by NBC-Universal, which itself is co-owned by Comcast and General Electric. Does Sharpton’s rant reflect their combined corporate policy? GE: We bring good riots to life!

Finally, “Obama-Endorsed Group Sings ‘F*** the USA,'” John Hinderaker writes; click over to Power Line for the video. “The Democrats are crazy to identify themselves with these people, but the fact that they are willing to do so tells us a lot about what they really think. More here,” he writes, and also at Verum Serum.

Related: Andrew Breitbart tweets a question: given the anything goes baseline established by the MSM when “reporting” on the Tea Parties right from the start, “Which propaganda & guilt by association tactics that you use against TeaParty are off limits for us,” when reporting on Occupy Wall Street and its myriad spinoffs?

Update: “I wasn’t around in 1939,” jokes one of Chris Muir’s Day by Day characters. Though many of the demands being issued from the various Obamavilles are right out of the previous decade.