...is kohler a pseudonym for Saul Anuzis?
Only a paid shill would defend this blatant anti-American proposal as much as he has.
It's been said before, and I'll say it again; you can know a lot about someone by whom they associate with. Let's take a gander at this little ditty:
Asian American Action Fund
From their own website:
"The AAA-Fund is a Democratic political action committee whose goal is to increase the voice of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders on every level of local, state and federal government in America."
Led by the likes former Clinton Sec. of Labor Robert Reich and Rep. Pat Schroeder (among others with interesting backgrounds).
From their own website:
"Nor should our system be such that candidates can win single-seat offices despite being opposed by the majority."
Jewish Alliance for Law and Social Action
From their website:
"When you join JALSA as a member for 2011, you become an essential part of a progressive public policy organization, inspired by Jewish traditions and teachings, leading the way in protecting civil rights and constitutional liberties, and fighting for social and economic justice.
As a member of JALSA, you can be proud of your organization for:
- Fighting for environmental and food justice;
- Defending the rights of all workers, including immigrant workers, to organize;
- Leading the effort to pass sick days legislation;
- Submitting amicus briefs in key discrimination, religious accommodation, and free speech cases;
- Standing up for progressive taxation;
- Opposing discrimination against the LGBT community;
- Protecting public school funding, and oppposing privatization and high-stakes testing; and
- Creating the "First Friday" speaker series to engage with top level policymakers each month. "
They are a 501(c)(3) organization.
Doesn't the IRS have regulations prohibiting 501(c)(3) involvement in elections?
National Latino Congreso
Think: Warm and fuzzy version of La Raza.
I mean c'mon. When you prominently display this on your website, you know they're an alright group!
Hmmmmmmmm! Why does that image seem so familiar???
National Black Caucus of State Legislators
I've got pages and pages of stuff on these guys. In just 2011 alone, they supported:
And felt that Arizona's SB 1070 is oppressive in nature and promotes racial profiling and separatism similar to the Nuremberg laws of Nazi Germany, Jim Crow laws of the former Confederate States, and the Apartheid laws of South Africa (verbatim quote).
- The PPACA (Obamacare).
- Common Core state standards for education.
- Mental Health Parity.
Defenders of Wildlife Action Fund
Interesting endorsement list you have there:
Shelia Jackson Lee.
This reads like a who's who from the DSA.
Supporters of the PPACA (Obamacare) and diluting the accuracy of the voting process (same day voting).
Among other things:
I'll give this bunch kudos for doing their best to operate below the radar.
Unfortunately (for them), I have other methods of keeping tabs on them.
Bottom line: They're a member of Soros' Shadow Party. Take a look at who else in on that list (and mentioned above).
Now you may ponder: What is the purpose of the "Shadow Party"?
I'm glad you asked! Simply put, the goal of the "Shadow Party" is:
"to mobilize resources -- money, get-out-the-vote drives, campaign advertising, and policy initatives -- to advance Democratic Party agendas, elect Democratic candidates, and guide the Democratic Party ever-further towards the left. "
I'm getting writers cramp right about now, but there's one final item I want to add: Michigan elected officials supporting this concept.
Now, look at all of those Michigan democrats?
Why would anyone who calls themselves a republican even consider support a proposal with SO MUCH democratic support and whose end goal is to help advance the democrat's agenda?
If after seeing who is actually supporting this proposal doesn't get anyone's attention, I honestly don't know what will.