Republican Presidential Primary candidates are verbally attacking each other without restraint, but all are somewhat timid when addressing their general election opponent President Barack Obama. Are they uninformed, misinformed or simply afraid of the possible repercussions of informing the American people of the dangerous situation in which we find ourselves?

Undoubtedly some of these candidates and their advisors are poorly informed, will have little chance of defeating the incumbent president and are therefore unqualified to be elevated to the office of President of the United States. They are ill-equipped to inform the American people, many of whom are equally ignorant of current affairs, of our impending danger. Other candidates are clearly aware of the truth of the Obama agenda and are, for some reason, too timid or fearful of speaking the truth to the American people.

Former Gov. Romney, who was endorsed last week by South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley, trying to keep his image of a “gentleman politician” has said he will not criticize or attack Mr. Obama “personally.” That promise alone, if seriously intended and kept, disqualifies him as a serious candidate to challenge the incumbent president.

President Obama is the embodiment of the agenda and tactics of Saul Alinsky and his “Rules for Radicals.” He does not deny that fact. That is what he was trained and indoctrinated to be and to do. As a “community organizer” he taught others to believe and do the same.

The Alinsky method is a clearly spelled out and openly published step-by-step method for overthrowing our constitutional republic from within and replacing it with an intentionally undefined socialist/Marxist dictatorship, using the gradual approach advocated by Fabian Socialists.

President Obama is thoroughly trained and skilled in effectively using Alinsky’s “Rules for Radicals” and group psychology to manipulate and captivate the minds of those that are not well-grounded in historical facts and are ignorant of his ultimate goals.

“Rules for Radicals” is still in print and available for anyone who wants to read. It was originally titled “Rules for Revolution,” a more accurate title.

The deceptive methods taught by Alinsky and adopted by his most successful follower, who now occupies the White House, are discussed in some detail in a booklet written by David Horowitz.  Horowitz was born to Communist parents in the U. S. and was part of the Sixties Radicals until he became a patriotic American opposed to Communism and is exposing the Obama Agenda.

Following is one of the techniques, discussed by Horowitz and used by the Obama Administration that works magic on college students and racial minorities and conceals the motives of the “puppet masters.”

“Unlike the Communists who identified their goal as a Soviet state – and thereby generated opposition to their schemes – Alinsky and his followers organize their power bases without naming the end game, without declaring a specific future they want to achieve – socialism, communism, a dictatorship of the proletariat, or anarchy. Without committing themselves to concrete principles or a specific future, they organize exclusively to build a power base, which they can use to destroy the existing society and its economic system. By refusing to commit to principles or to identify their goal, they have been able to organize a coalition of all the elements of the left who were previously divided by disagreements over means and ends.”

To understand the spiritual basis for the Alinsky method, and the anti-Christian attitude exhibited by the current administration, one need read no further than page one of Rules for Radicals. Alinsky dedicates the book to “Lucifer: the first radical known to man who rebelled against the establishment and did it so effectively that he at least won his own kingdom.”

Will Any Republican candidate or the RNC have the courage to tell the American people the truth? If not, why go through the motions of an election with no chance of winning?

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Mike Scruggs