Saturday, June 5, 2010

New leaflet issued by CPUSA

I am going to revert back to the old ways of doing some things.

We have printed this leaflet.

I am placing Mark Froemke and Bruce Bostick in charge of its distribution.

We have ordered this guy to keep his mouth shut. He won't listen.

Posting this on the internet on our sites hasn't worked. Let's give leafleting a try; its 20th Century but 21st Century methods haven't worked as anticipated.

Let's see if we can't get complete participation from all 230 members of our Party or at least the 85 members still paying dues.

We might need a little more money for this campaign; Erwin, can you see if Morris Childs has any spare cash laying around?

Yes, Scottie what is it?

Sam, what if this doesn't work? We have been trying to get this Minnesota Problem under control for the last 12 years. It seems like the more we talk about it the worse the Problem gets.

Scottie, this is why I am sending both Bruce Bostick and Mark Froemke out to do the job this time. You let us down the last time we sent you out.

Yes, Joelle; what is it?

Sam, do you think we should include that he is bad mouthing our current President, too?

No Joelle I don't. This might create sympathy for the guy. Look out these windows here. How many people do you see supporting Barack besides us?

This leaflet will be delivered to plant gates for the security guards in the USIS Club to distribute:

Thursday, September 06, 2007

CPUSA Statement

Issues concerning recent emails/statements by Alan Maki

The Communist Party, USA is taking the unusual step of issuing this statement because of a barrage of recent emails and public statements by Alan Maki. Many have received emails from Alan Maki attacking a broad range of progressive activists. In many he represents himself as a member of the Communist Party, USA.

Alan Maki is not a member of nor does he reflect the views of the Communist Party, USA. He was dropped from membership three years ago because of his attacks on progressives. He continues to target elected officials, union leaders, and other leaders in the broader mass movements for social change.

The Communist Party believes the only path to social and economic justice is through the struggle for unity. We are deeply involved in efforts to organize the broadest possible coalitions against the Bush administration and its policies. The policies of the Communist Party have long been premised on working to unite all who struggle for democracy, peace and justice.

National Board, CPUSA 8.24.2007

Sam Webb
National Chair, CPUSA

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