In what will surely be the most discussed intellectual property lawsuits in many years, the Communist Party (CPUSA) has filed suit against the Democratic Party. At the core of the conflict is the claim, by the Communist party, that the democrats have stolen their party platform. The People’s Cube has more…
In a surprise move, the CPUSA (Communist Party USA) has announced a lawsuit against the Democratic Party and its leadership for the alleged theft of intellectual property. The plaintiffs claim that the entire so-called “new” Democratic agenda is, in fact, the product of a decades-long, painstaking campaign by CPUSA theorists, agitators, and underground subversive cells – which makes it the intellectual property of the Communist Party USA, protected by American copyright laws. “They stole our entire platform, rebranded it ‘progressive’, and claimed it as their own,” declared a CPUSA spokesperson at a press conference in San Francisco. “And we communists say, not so fast! Not in this country anyway, where we still have property rights and the rule of law, thank God! Actually, let me rephrase that…”
The Communist Party representative explained that government ownership of the auto and financial industries, redistribution of wealth, and free rationed healthcare have always been among the glorious CPUSA objectives: “We held on to these goals through all the difficult years of factional infighting, purges, denunciations, and heroic espionage on behalf of the Soviet intelligence services.
It remains to be seen how this monumental struggle for the hearts, minds, and Obamaphones of the people will unfold, let alone end. With both parties acting like clones of one another, the lines that tell us who is who have been permanently blurred.