Republicans have reasonable ground to compare Barrack Obama's history to that of other radicals viewing America as a neo-colonialist power. Some can find Marxist class theory and his blowing smoke up the a of the middle class to get votes while he plans to put the nation as deeply in debt as possible to advance the global communist position. Republicans mostly demurred on that outlandish claim though, while a Democrat politico from California made scurrilous remarks about Republican VP candidate Ryan saying he is like Nazi propaganda minister Goebbels. That sort of jejune remark is uncalled for.
The public realizes the media and pundits are generally full of it, and that sophomoric political analysts draw on their bankrupt account of historical knowledge to make silly analogies. One could say that NPR is something of a gaggle of spoiled elitist fascist socialist Â twits dooming the nation to a horrid future from some points of view, yet from others they are just state organs of control pulling the strings of their dupes and ask oneself if their is any imprecision in that? Paul Ryan is just a politician in the fray with low body fat trying to do the best he can for the high-calorie financial diet of a nation heading for fiscal disaster.
We hope the Democrats grow up a little and respect the real rights of all Americans.