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Thursday, October 23, 2008

Hard Left Radical to Certify Votes in Minnesota

Perhaps you're acquainted with Barack Obama's membership in the radical left/socialist New Party? If not, you can begin to catch up with Stanley Kurtz's "Something New Here".

Kurtz has done a lot of his own work, but also credits Trevor Loudon of the New Zeal blog for doing the pioneering work on this issue. Loudon's latest update provides irrefutable evidence of Obama's New Party membership.

One of his evidentiary offerings is a list of activists responsible for building the New Party. It doesn't show the name of Obama, but is a who's who of radical leftists. It also contains a name familiar to all Minnesotans. Check it out, far right column (click to enlarge):



That's right - instrumental in building the socialist New Party was our very own Secretary of State Mark Ritchie. His wiki entry says this:
From 1986 until 2006, he served as the president of the Minneapolis-based Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy, a non-profit organization working with businesses, churches, farm organizations, and other civic groups to foster long-term sustainability for Minnesota’s rural communities.
No question, it's the same Mark Ritchie. Not to say that Ritchie's radical roots are a surprise. Just wanted to add to your understanding of Ritchie's background. Something to file away for 2010.

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