by Richard Poe
Wednesday, November 2, 2005

12:50 pm Eastern Time

Yesterday’s Anti-Bush Putsch by Senate Democrats May Have Been Coordinated with Today’s Nationwide Anti-Bush Street Mobilization Organized by Revolutionary Communist Party (RCP)

Charles Clark Kissinger of the Revolutionary Communist Party (RCP): planned today’s protests

In the last 24 hours, a veritable anti-Bush coup has erupted.

Two groups – Democrat leaders in the Senate and a network of hard-left street activists coordinated by the Revolutionary Communist Party (RCP) – have launched separate but parallel offensives, both aimed at driving President Bush from office. We at Moonbat Central suspect coordination between the two groups.

Senate Democrats yesterday demanded a new investigation of the Iraq war. Invoking the rarely-used “Rule 21” – generally reserved for impeachment proceedings, national security emergencies and the like – Democrat leaders forced the Senate into secret, closed session to confront what they charged was a White House cover-up. (1)

Simultaneously, leaders of the Revolutionary Communist Party (RCP) were busy finalizing preparations for a nationwide day of protest scheduled to begin this morning.

Nov. 2 – The Beginning of the End of the Bush Regime“, trumpets a headline at, an RCP front group. RCP has organized massive walkouts of employees and students throughout the country today, along with marches in major cities.

“RESIST OR DIE”: University of Wisconsin students rally in advance of November 2 mobilization to drive out Bush.

Now here’s the rub. We know that yesterday’s disturbance in the Senate was planned as early as November, 2003, thanks to a memo leaked from Senator Jay Rockefeller’s office. (2) We also know that the Revolutionary Communist Party began organizing its November 2 mobilization around June of this year. (3)

Given the careful planning underlying these initiatives, we are compelled to consider the possibility that Senate Democrats coordinated their efforts with RCP organizers.

If so, we are seeing the emergence today of an overt coalition between Democrats and communists, both of whom seek President Bush’s impeachment.

Democrat Congressman Maurice Hinchey of New York – a notoriously loose-lipped Hillary Clinton operative – spilled the beans on the Democrat plan at a July 30 Town Hall meeting in Ithaca, New York. Citing the Downing Street memos and the Plamegate controversy as evidence of Bush’s perfidy, Hinchey declared, “My greatest hope is that all of these things will be revealed, they will be revealed in a very direct and legal context, and that in 2006 a Democratic majority will be elected to the House of Representatives, and in February of 2006 [sic] impeachment proceedings will begin.” (4)

by Richard Poe
November 2, 2005 12:50 PM ET

Cross-posted from 11.02.05 12:50 PM ET


1. Ted Barrett, “Democrats Close Senate to Push War Probe“,, November 1, 2005

2. “Dems Close-Senate Playbook in 2003 Memo“,, November 2, 2005; Richard Poe, “Rockefeller Implicated in Plot to Leak Secret War Intel“,, November 6, 2003

3. Connie Julian, “Battle to Drive Out the Bush Regime Intensifies, 180 Actions Set for November 2nd“, press release,, October 31, 2005; Timeline: November 2 Mobilization“,, November 2, 2005

4. Yuval Shavit, “Hinchey at Town Hall: Bush Using Scare Tactics“, The Ithaca Journal Online, August 1, 2005; Richard Poe, “Bush Impeachment in the Works“,, August 7, 2005




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  1. kuhnkat says:

    I’m a little confused again. The title says Democrat-Communist coalition. Outside of Zell Miller and a few others, isn’t that redundant??

  2. Mr. Beamish says:

    Nuance, Kuhnkat. Democrats are the subset of Communists that believe true Communism has never been tried until it fails in America too.

  3. rightwingmac says:

    Bargholz steals my thoughts right outta my head again.
    Jim is about as Bulgarian as I am Saudi.
    Just some leftwing collegeboy most likely – with a grandpa from Bulgaria perhaps
    (who would probably thrash him for such idiotic talk).
    I’ve got friends from Warsaw Pact-era Poland that are in their 60s now and I sincerely believe they would shoot him if he spewed his absurd, transparently inexperienced drivel at them.

    Anyone (not among the party royalty) that lived through the soviet bloc and moved to the west would at the very least consider him to be an utterly false useful idiot unworthy of attention.

    They know the wages of unfettered socialism and the only people still selling that poison have never tasted it – at least not the receiving end of it.
    At best, they have only had a little diluted Western-style drop of it, and even the generationally dependent welfare hogs of the West have no idea what real, top to bottom socialism is like.
    Our fat lazy parasites wouldn’t fare too well in a collectivist economy with no capitalists to live off of and nobody kissing their illiterate racist asses for votes.

  4. Rightminded says:

    Puddy Tang could get his rapping arse in aa world of hurt trying

  5. Rightminded says:

    Link that did not take in 56

  6. Madzionist says:

    Rightwingmac said: Our fat lazy parasites wouldn’t fare too well in a collectivist economy with no capitalists to live off of and nobody kissing their illiterate racist asses for votes.

    Great line, RMac. I think it should be required reading for every Democrat.


  7. pbj says:

    rwm, what former-communist country are you from?

  8. jay says:

    Funny, I never see Jim at any of the meetings

  9. nanc says:

    love it mr. beamish – we have one for every member in our house and an extra in case we get unwanted company – arghhhhhhh!!!

  10. Cato_Maior says:

    “The Bush Administration is the most dangerous force that has ever existed. It is more dangerous than Nazi Germany because of the range and depth of its activities and intentions worldwide. I give my full support to the Call to Drive out the Bush Regime.”
    – Harold Pinter, as quoted at

  11. RedBeard says:

    Where do the commies get those caps? Is there a Commies-R-Us e-commerce website? Maybe E-bay has something…….

  12. rightwingmac says:

    Louisiana pbj.

    Though I’m not sure about the “former” part just yet…Katrina’s chips have yet to fall in that respect.

    I’ve had quite a few friends in my time that were from Soviet bloc countries, and they all had 1 thing in common: they KNOW how bad marxism sucks.
    They KNOW real fear, real hunger, and real cultural dysentery.
    They know what it was like to have slow, cruel war waged on you by your own govt.

    For that matter, I’ve had some Persian friends that escaped the jihadi takeover of Iran, and I have some Iraqi friends now that escaped Saddam after Bush Sr had him pinned.

    Their stories are not much different from those of the aforementioned Poles and Cubans.

    Dont wanna take their word for it?
    Think I’m just shillin for the right?

    Pick any marxist utopia, give up your US citizenship, and I will pay your plane fare to it.
    Then you can be fully immersed in the dream with no temptation of returning to the bourgeoise capitalist world.

  13. peedoffamerican says:

    May I suggest the People’s Republic of North Korea? I hear it is a nice place to lose weight. Such as in starving to death.

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