On October 15, 2009, the Glenn Beck program on Fox News exposed a June 5, 2009 video of Dunn admitting that Mao Tse Tung, the former Communist Chinese Chairman, is one of her two favorite political philosophers, using his story of overtaking the Chinese Nationalists to motivate high school children.
Earlier in the week, Dunn told CNN that FOX news was not a news organization but the communications arm of the Republican Party.
Here are some quotes from Chairman Mao, one of two philosophers who Anita Dunn, "turns to most" for guidance:
"The socialist system will eventually replace the capitalist system; this is an objective law independent of man's will. However much the reactionaries try to hold back the wheel of history, eventually revolution will take place and will inevitably triumph."
"In China the struggle to consolidate the socialist system, the struggle to decide whether socialism or capitalism will prevail, will still take a long historical period. However, we should all realize that the new system of socialism will unquestionably be consolidated. We can assuredly build a socialist state with modern industry, modern agriculture, and modern science and culture."
"There is a serious tendency towards capitalism among the well-to-do peasants. This tendency will become rampant if we in the slightest way neglect political work among the peasants during the co-operative movement and for a very long period after."
"Class struggle, the struggle for production and scientific experiment are the three great revolutionary movements for building a mighty socialist country. These movements are a sure guarantee that Communists will be free from bureaucracy and immune against revisionism and dogmatism, and will forever remain invincible."
Anita Dunn the woman assigned to watch Foxnews.com for President Obama looks to the former Communist Chinese leader Chairman Mao Tse Tung and Mother Theresa for inspiration. Chairman Mao is the man responsible for killing 70 million Chinese counter revolutionnaires. This is who Anita Dunn turns to for guidance.