Monday, November 16, 2009

On criticism...

I suppose all of you National Board members have read your morning newspapers.

What is it Jarvis?

No, I didn't read the PW; I read the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times. Why?

Don't worry about your University of Missouri speech getting covered in the PW... the less mentioned the better.

Barack Obama has to the Chinese suggested some criticism might be good.

Here is what responsible newspapers are saying...

Yes, Ms. Abano; what is it?

No, I don't read the PW. What you publish is for the benefit of others not deep thinkers like me; I want others to absorb what I have to say.

Anyways, any how; as I was saying... here is what our President is saying in China as reported by responsible media:

President Barack Obama sat down with the Chinese leader Monday night, hours after he pointedly nudged his host country to stop censoring the Internet access, offering an animated defense of the tool that helped him win the White House - and suggested Beijing need not fear a little criticism.

This could end up being more than a little problematic for me and our organization if those Minnesota people get wind of this talk about criticism. What if the think it means criticism is appropriate in our little cult which we refer to as the National Board CPUSA.

Yes, Scottie?

Sam, maybe we could turn Unity Center into a disco called, "The National Board" and drop the CPUSA.

Scottie, talk to Rick Nagin about that.

Does anyone have a couple aspirin? It's only Monday morning and I have a splitting headache and I haven't even checked out what has been posted as far as comments on "A ragged process" on the PW site.

Should I tell everyone what the name change will be or should I wait?

Sam Webb
National Chair, CPUSA

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