Monday, September 21, 2009

Ask Not What Your Country Can Do for You, But What You Can Do for Obama

For years the New York Times Best Seller List has been dominated by names like Mark Levin, Michelle Malkin, and Glenn Beck. Although the mainstream media tends to ignore this glaring statistic, one could surmise the continued dominance by conservative authors is due either to the majority of readers agreeing with conservative principles or, as we have long suspected, conservative readers are the only one's bothering to get informed on key issues facing our nation.

Whatever the cause for conservative dominance of the NYT Best Sellers List, it hasn't slipped the attention of one of the left's wealthiest political activists. George Soros, founder of moveon.org and 29th richest man in the world, is putting his vast fortune behind liberal authors to try and purge conservatives from the industry's leading measure of success in an effort to give the impression that liberal ideals are catching on with mainstream America.

The first book that comes to us through Mr. Soros's scheme to game the best sellers list, 50 Ways You Can Help Obama Change America, has attracted some notable celebrity, including the late Ted Kennedy, biased praise. We have no doubt George Soros will be one of the first in line to by copies of this "inspirational" book for a few million of his closest friends.

MichelleMalkin.com has a nice chart depicting the influence George Soros has on setting the left's agenda in Washington.

1 comment:

Brian Barker said...

According to the Forbes Rich List, George Soros is now the 28th most wealthy man in the World.

However Soros would not be a multi-billionaire if it were not for the international language Esperanto.

Born in Hungary in 1930 as Gyorgy Schwartz, the family changed its name in 1936 to Soros, which in Esperanto means "to soar." The deliberate Esperanto name-change was an effort to protect the Jewish family from the rise of fascist rulers and the whole family spoke this language at home.

George Soros used Esperanto to defect to the West in 1946, by attending an Esperanto youth meeting in Ipswich, England.

Esperanto enabled Soros both to defect, and to become a multi-billionaire.