The99spring.com

MoveOn.org purchased the domain name “the99spring.com” on February 9, 2012, in preparation for the 2012 elections,

Who funds MoveOn.org?

According to an article in the Washington Post dated March 10, 2004:

“The Democratic 527 organizations have drawn support from some wealthy liberals determined to defeat Bush. They include financier George Soros who gave $1.46 million to MoveOn.org Voter Fund (in the form of matching funds to recruit additional small donors); Peter B. Lewis, chief executive of the Progressive Corp., who gave $500,000 to MoveOn.org Voter Fund; and Linda Pritzker, of the Hyatt hotel family, and her Sustainable World Corp., who gave $4 million to the joint fundraising committee.”

Who supports The99spring.com?

According to their website, the 99% Spring was launched February 15, 2012 with their letter signed by the following radical leftist movement leaders and organizations.

Sarita Gupta
Jobs With Justice

Bob King
United Auto Workers

George Goehl
National Peoples Action

Ai-jen Poo
National Domestic Workers Alliance

Justin Ruben
MoveOn.org

Joy Cushman & Judith Freeman
New Organizing Institute

Liz Butler
Movement Strategy Center

John Sellers & Andrew Boyd
The Other 98%

Mary Kay Henry
Service Employees International Union

Richard Trumka
AFL-CIO

Van Jones & Natalie Foster
Rebuild the Dream

Rashad Robinson
Color of Change

John Wilhelm
UNITE-HERE

Phil Radford
Greenpeace

John Cavanagh
Institute for Policy Studies

Scott Reed
PICO National Network

Tracy Van Slyke & Ilana Berger
New Bottom Line

Lawrence Guyot
Veterans of the Mississippi Civil Rights Movement

Julian Bond
SNCC Legacy Project

Leo Gerard
United Steel Workers

John Stocks
National Education Association

Daniel Cantor
Working Families Party

Larry Cohen
Communications Workers of America

Victor Sanchez, Jr.
United States Student Association

Becky Tarbotton
Rainforest Action Network

Randi Weingarten
American Federation of Teachers

Brian Kettenring
Leadership Center for the Common Good

Randy Jackson
UNITY

Saket Soni
National Guestworker Alliance

Bill McKibben & May Boeve
350.org

Sharon Lungo & Megan Swoboda
The Ruckus Society

Ian Inaba
Citizen Engagement Lab

Patrick Reinsborough & Doyle Canning
smartMeme Strategy & Training Project

Rachel LaForest
Right to the City Alliance

Brigid Flaherty
Pushback Network

Aimee Allison
RootsAction

Drew Hudson
USAction

Richard Hopson
Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment

Tim Carpenter
Progressive Democrats of America

Bob Callahan
Change to Win

Michael Leon Guerrero
Grassroots Global Justice Alliance

Roger Hickey
Campaign for America’s Future

David Donnelly & Nicholas Nyhart
Public Campaign Action Fund

Aaron Ostrom
Fuse Washington

Jeff Ordower
Missourians Organizing for Reform and Empowerment

Karen Scharff
Citizen Action of New York

Marianne Manilov
Engage

Bruce Klipple
United Electrical Workers Union

Pablo Alvarado
National Day Laborers Organizing Network

LeeAnn Hall
Alliance for a Just Society

Leslie Moody
The Partnership for Working Families

Teresa Cheng
United Students Against Sweatshops

Arturo Carmona
Presente.org

Robin McGehee & Heather Cronk
Get Equal

Gerald McEntee
American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees

Hugh Espey
Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement

Patti Lynn
Corporate Accountability International

Bob Nicklas
American Federation of Government Employees

Aparna Shah
Mobilize the Immigrant Vote

Celia Kutz
Training for Change

Chris Gabriele
People Organized for Westside Renewal (POWER)

Chris Hicks
Student Labor Action Project

Corrine Fowler
Colorado Progressive Coalition

Phaedra Ellis Lamkins
Green for All

Lillian Walker Shelton
DC Jobs with Justice

Tom Swan
Connecticut Citizen Action Group

Sarah Weintraub
Vermont Workers’ Center

Judy Hertz
Midwest Academy

Sondra Youdelman
Community Voices Heard

Eric Byler
The Coffee Party

Victor Menotti
International Forum on Globalization

Joe Hansen
UFCW International Union

Sulma Arias
Sunflower Community Action

Don Carlson
Illinois People’s Action

Jennifer Ritter
Lakeview Action Coalition

Kirsten Moller
Global Exchange

Bob Fulkerson
Progressive Leadership Alliance of Nevada

Rev. Bruce Wright
Poor Peooples Economic Human Rights Campaign

James P. Hoffa
International Brotherhood of the Teamsters

Elspeth Gilmore and Jessie Spector
Resource Generation

Pamela J. McMichael
Highlander Research and Education Center

Pamela Twiss
TakeAction Minnesota

Maura Cowley
Energy Action Coalition

Steve Kretzmann
Oil Change International

Will Tanzman
Southsiders Organized for Unity and Liberation

Jodie Evans
CODEPINK: Women for Peace

Steve Schnapp
United for a Fair Economy

Ethan Rome
Health Care for America Now

Arlene Englehardt
Pacifica Radio

Wikipedia.org says the following about MoveOn.org, the principle force behind the99spring.com.

MoveOn is an American non-profit, progressive or liberal public policy advocacy group and political action committee, which has raised millions of dollars for candidates it identifies as “progressives” in the United States.

Since 1998, MoveOn has raised millions of dollars for many Democratic candidates. As of 2009, MoveOn had 20 full-time and 20 part-time staffers.

Since the 2000 election cycle, the MoveOn PAC has endorsed and supported the campaigns of candidates, including the 2008 candidacy of then-Senator Barack Obama, presidential candidate, nominee of the Democratic Party.

The99spring.com website states “We are the 99%. For the 100%. And this is our moment.”

Make no mistake. These people are the 1% trying to enslave the 100%. There is no difference between their propaganda and that of the Russian Communists during the revolution in 1917.

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