“Obama, ACORN, and the SEIU? They Go Way Back”

The goons coming to ObamaCare’s rescue are no surprise — the trinity’s symbiotic relationships trace back to the mid-90s.

by Sammy Benoit
August 18, 2009

…Why would the president of the United States have any interest in linking up with the SEIU, encouraging them to be his enforcers?

In the mid 1990s, ACORN and the SEIU partnered with other leftist groups to help form the Marxist New Party, a political coalition. In 1995, Obama sought out their nomination. He was successful in obtaining that endorsement and used a number of New Party volunteers as campaign workers.

The fact that Obama received the New Party’s endorsement in his first run for office cannot be dismissed as insignificant. On the contrary, Obama’s ties to the New Party and the New Party’s backers at ACORN and the SEIU are long-standing, substantial, and reveal a great deal about his personal political allegiances.

The New Party’s biggest wins in the country were in Chicago, including Obama’s victory in his 1996 run for the Illinois Senate. Chicago’s New Party was formed around two core elements, ACORN and the SEIU’s local 880. SEIU 880 was itself an ACORN offshoot.

While the future president was making his way up the ladder of Chicago politics, his New Party partners, ACORN and the SEIU, were learning the “intimidation” business…

PajamasMedia.com carries the entire article.

To learn more about IL Senator Obama’s New Party: NewParty.org

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