McCain Quotes Mao http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GYJ15vbo15w&feature=player_embedded
Gingrich Quotes Mao http://mediamatters.org/blog/200910160010
W tells Rove to read Mao http://mediamatters.org/blog/200910150036
Rush reminds us that he's not only a racist but a blatant sexist too: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2009/10/20/limbaugh-to-cnn-rporter-g_n_326948.html
Fellowship leader Doug Coe is described as preaching a leadership model, and a personal commitment to Jesus Christ, comparable to the blind devotion that Adolf Hitler, Josef Stalin, Chairman Mao, and Pol Pot demanded from their followers. In one videotaped 1989 lecture series, Coe said, "Hitler, Goebbels and Himmler were three men. Think of the immense power these three men had...But they bound themselves together in an agreement...Two years before they moved into Poland, these three men had...systematically a plan drawn out...to annihilate the entire Polish population and destroy by numbers every single house...every single building in Warsaw and then to start on the rest of Poland." Coe adds that it worked; they killed six and a half million "Polish people." Though he calls Nazis "these enemies of ours," he compares their commitment to Jesus' demands: "Jesus said, ‘You have to put me before other people. And you have to put me before yourself.' Hitler, that was the demand to be in the Nazi party. You have to put the Nazi party and its objectives ahead of your own life and ahead of other people."
Coe also compares Jesus' teachings with the Red Guard during the Chinese Cultural Revolution:
I’ve seen pictures of young men in the Red Guard of China...they would bring in this young man’s mother and father, lay her on the table with a basket on the end, he would take an axe and cut her head off....They have to put the purposes of the Red Guard ahead of the mother-father-brother-sister -- their own life! That was a covenant. A pledge. That was what Jesus said.
David Kuo states that comparisons such as these aren't representative of the picture Douglas Coe was trying to paint:
Kuo says Doug Coe wasn’t lauding Hitler's actions. “What Doug is saying, it’s a metaphor. He is using Hitler as a metaphor. Jesus used that,” Kuo said. A metaphor for what? “Commitment,” Kuo answered. ... [A] close friend told NBC News that Doug Coe invokes Hitler only to show the power of small groups -- for good and bad. And, the friend said, Coe spends “99 percent” of his time during the sermons talking about the leadership model set by Jesus Christ.
The Fellowship is best known for organizing the National Prayer Breakfast, held each year on the first Thursday of February in Washington, D.C. First held in 1953, the event is now attended by over 3,400 guests including dignitaries from many nations. The President of the United States typically makes an address at the breakfast. The event is officially hosted by members of Congress. Leading Democrats and Republicans serve on the organizing committee, and leadership alternates each year between the House and the Senate.
At the NPB, the President usually arrives an hour early and meets with foreign leaders, usually of small nations, and perhaps a dozen other guests chosen by the Fellowship.
G. Philip Hughes, the executive secretary for the National Security Council in the George H.W. Bush administration, said, "Doug Coe or someone who worked with him would call and say, 'So and so would like to have a word with the president. Do you think you could arrange something?'"
However, Doug Coe has said that the Fellowship does not help foreign dignitaries gain access to U.S. officials. "We never make any commitment, ever, to arrange special meetings with the president, vice president or secretary of State," Coe said. "We would never do it."
At the 2001 Senate Foreign Relations Committee confirmation hearings for State Department officials, Fellowship member Sen. Bill Nelson (D-FL) complained that the State Department had blocked then-President Bush from meeting with four foreign heads of state (Rwanda, Macedonia, Congo and Slovakia) at the NPB that year.
Senator Paul Sarbanes (D-MD) said of Nelson's complaint: "I'm not sure a head of state ought to be able to wander over here for the prayer breakfast and, in effect, compel the president of the United States to meet with him as a consequence... Getting these meetings with the president is a process that's usually very carefully vetted and worked up. Now sort of this back door has sort of evolved."
“It [the NPB] totally circumvents the State Department and the usual vetting within the administration that such a meeting would require,” an anonymous government informant told sociologist D. Michael Lindsay. “If Doug Coe can get you some face time with the President of the United States, then you will take his call and seek his friendship. That’s power.”
In 2009, the Family received a spate of media attention when three prominent Republicans associated with the Fellowship were reported to have engaged in extra-marital affairs. Two of them, Senator John Ensign and South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford, were considering running for President in 2012 and their affairs were known to the Family several months before becoming public. The affairs of Ensign and then-Congressman Chip Pickering, R-Miss., took place while they were living at the C Street Center. All three voted to impeach Bill Clinton; Ensign and Sanford had called for Clinton to resign over his affair with Monica Lewinsky.
 Senator John Ensign
Senator John Ensign, a Fellowship member and longtime resident of the C Street Center, admitted in July 2009 that he had had an extra-marital affair with a staffer. The announcement by Ensign brought additional public scrutiny of the Fellowship and the C Street Center, where Ensign lived with Senator Tom Coburn and other senior politicians. Coburn, with Timothy and David Coe, attempted to intervene to end Ensign's affair in February 2008, before the affair became public; they met with the husband of Ensign's lover and encouraged Ensign to write a letter to her, breaking off the affair. Ensign, who was driven to Federal Express from C Street Center to post the letter, shortly thereafter called his lover to tell her to ignore it.
One of Doug Coe's grandchildren, Belen R Coe, was a paid intern in Senator Ensign's office in 2004.
 South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford
In June 2009, South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford, a Fellowship member and Congressman from 1995 to 2001, admitted to having an extramarital affair and said that months prior he had sought counseling at the C Street Center. While attempting to decline federal stimulus funds for South Carolina, Sanford was using state money to fly first class to visit his lover in Argentina. During his last secret trip to visit his lover in Argentina in June 2009, during which he told his staff he was hiking on the Appalachian trail, Sanford disappeared for four days and did not answer 15 calls from his chief of staff, Scott English, or let his family know where he was on Father's Day.
Sanford "was a frequent visitor to the home for prayer meetings and meals during his time in Congress". Sanford turned down his Congressional living allowance while serving in Washington, choosing instead to sleep in his office. Recently, however, Sanford was found to have potentially violated state law by abusive use of state planes, including to fly to get a haircut.
 Congressman Chip Pickering
In 2009, Pickering's wife filed a lawsuit against the alleged mistress of her husband, a former six-term Republican Congressman from Mississippi. The lawsuit alleges that Pickering restarted a relationship with Elizabeth Creekmore Byrd, his college sweetheart, while he was "a United States congressman prior to and while living in the well-known C Street Complex in Washington, D.C."
 International roots
Sir Vivian Gabriel, a British Air Commission attaché in Washington during World War II, established a branch of the Family (International Christian Leadership Association) in the United Kingdom. Ernest Williams, a member of the directing staff of the British Admiralty and a member of the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Commission on Evangelism, served as its president in the 1960’s. Williams worked closely with Harald Bredesen, a British intelligence operative who went on to personally mentor Rev. Pat Robertson in the United States