Friday, September 17, 2010
Chris Coons Is A Marxist In Democratic Clothing
An article Democrat Chris Coons wrote for his college newspaper may not go over so well in corporation-friendly Delaware, where he already faces an uphill battle for Vice President Joe Biden’s old Senate seat. The title? “Chris Coons: The Making of a Bearded Marxist.” In the article, Coons, then 21 years old and about to graduate from Amherst College, chronicled his transformation from a sheltered, conservative-minded college student who had worked for former GOP Delaware Sen. William Roth and had campaigned for Ronald Reagan in 1980 into a cynical young adult who was distrustful of American power and willing to question the American notion of free enterprise. Coons, the New Castle County executive who is running against GOP Rep. Michael Castle for the state’s open Senate seat, wrote of his political evolution in the May 23, 1985, edition of the Amherst Student.The source of his conversion, Coons wrote, was a trip to Kenya he took during the spring semester of his junior year—a time away from America, he wrote, that served as a “catalyst” in altering a conservative political outlook that he was growing increasingly uncomfortable with. It's time Delaware voters look into the person that the Democratic Party has running for them. The American voters need to stop looking at the (D) and (R) after each name and learn what the candidate values and ideologies truly are. Don't let the MSM tell you that someone is too far to the right to vote for them when the other candidate is as far to the left as thery could go. This man would have to cross his finger if he made a pledge to uphold the Constitution. And it's time WE THE PEOPLE start looking into what the candidates think about the Constitution. The Tea Party is all about the Constitution and they use it as a referance when making desisions that will effect the American people. That is how it has been done since the begining of this the greatest nation the world has ever known. What do the left wing Democrats use as their guide in making decisions? It ain't the Constitution.