There is no loyalty in George Soros, to the progressive puppet-master political donations are just one more investment toward his ultimate goal of one worldwide progressive government. Even though Barack Obama has accelerated this country toward Soros’ progressive objective faster than any President in American history, the Hungarian money man is not happy.
Yesterday Soros had a strategy session with other major sugar daddy and suggested to them that it may be time to toss the president under the bus because the doesn’t seem up to the fight. Huffpo is reporting:
According to multiple sources with knowledge of his remarks, Soros told those in attendance that he is “used to fighting losing battles but doesn’t like to lose without fighting.”
“We have just lost this election, we need to draw a line,” he said, according to several Democratic sources. “And if this president can’t do what we need, it is time to start looking somewhere else.”
Michael Vachon, an adviser to Soros, did not dispute the comment, though he stressed that there was no transcript of a private gathering to check. Vachon also clarified that the longtime progressive giver was not referring to a primary challenge to the president.
“Mr. Soros fully supports the president as the leader of the Democratic Party,” said Vachon. “He was not suggesting that we seek another candidate for 2012. His comments were made in a private, informal conversation that was about the need for progressives to be more forceful in promoting their agenda. He was stressing the importance of being heard by elected officials.”
If Soros is not talking about a primary challenge, what is he talking about? Does Soros intend to target an different type of political body, or will he try something different and right out of the Alinsky playbook.
On Wednesday morning, Deputy Chief of Staff Jim Messina received several tough questions during his address to the Democracy Alliance. According to a source in the room, he was pressed multiple times as to why the administration has declined to be more combative with Republicans, both in communication and legislative strategy. Another source in the room said the exchange was not entirely contentious as people were simply expressing frustration about the fact that “we just came out of an election where the right wing and the Republicans distorted what was going on.”
More combative than shoving the agenda down the Republican’s throat? I am no Obama fan but these progressive big shots have to be off their rockers. The Democrats had enough votes to pass through Obama’s radical agenda all by themselves.
One of those “movement” ventures is an outside-government arm to match conservatives in the 2012 elections. For several weeks, discussions have been led by Media Matters for America founder David Brock about the need to create a group that will run advertisements, conduct opposition research and perform rapid response functions. Those talks continued this past week, though disputes have begun to emerge about the most effective role for such a group. As one activist who is involved with the Democracy Alliance noted:
“There are a handful of funders committed to the idea of taking on corporate interests in politics… I think the [Supreme Court’s] Citizens United decision [allowing unlimited corporate donations in campaigns] intellectually caused a shift to want to deal with corporate money. The election results split the partners in the Democracy Alliance, not down the middle, between those who say let’s fight back and those who say we have to change the rules.”
Fasten your seat-belts folks, the battle to save America isn’t over, and from the sound of it…its about to get much nastier.