The title of my speech will be “Have You Ever Wondered About President Obama’s Ideological Beliefs While Attending Occidental College?”
As a graduate of Occidental College and a former Marxist who met the young Obama, I think I can offer unusually clear and compelling insight into President Obama's ideological ties to the Marxist socialist left and help clarify where Obama wants to lead our nation if he is re-elected in 2012. My college ex-girlfriend was co-president of the Democrat Socialist Alliance while young Obama was a sophomore at Occidental College. She was one of the three featured speakers at the famous anti-apartheid event at Occidental College in Feburary 1981 where Obama made a brief appearance in a skit. One of the other speakers was Obama's college roommate, the admitted Marxist socialist, Hasan Chandoo. I can verify that both Obama and Chandoo were ardent Marxists when I hung out with them and debated the finer points of Marxist theory.
This crucial fundraising event will take place at 6:45 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., Thursday, February 23, 2012. I'll be speaking at the Laguna Hills Community Center, Heritage Room “C” 25555 Alicia Parkway, Laguna Hills, CA.
The pricing for this event seems very reasonable to me. If you RSVP before February 10 the tickets are $25 for individuals and $35 for couples. If you RSVP on or after February 10 the price moves up to $40 for individuals and $50 for couples.
To get your tickets to this first ever fundraising event for John Webb, you can make a donation online at http://www.johnwebb2012.net/ or purchase your tickets at the door. (If you purchase your ticket online, they will ask you to present your John Webb for Congress donation receipt at the door for entry.)
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John C. Drew, Ph.D. is an award-winning political scientist.