You are also childishly melodramatic. Note below.
Just for fun let us take one example from the paragraph above. Let's talk about classes? Who writes about classes in society? Marxists of course. Radical Karl loved the classes. He relished the very idea. It allows the politician, the vanguard, to exercise their dictatorship on behalf of the proles, er, the middle class. You, Radical Karl, and the one term Marxist all get that one. Who pushes class warfare more than any president in my memory? Radical Barrack.
WELL I'M DAMN SORRY I ACTUALLY USE THE PROPER DEFINITIONS OF WORDS. Know, what? I'm not sorry. I don't go about unilaterally redefining words because it suits my argument. I don't go about changing ideologies because they don't fit what I want them to be. You redefine words, phrases and ideologies as you see fit with no regards for their definitions. You called a class stratifying President a Marxist. That is insane.
We have a different understanding of events. The one term Marxist illegally, in my opinion, coerced bond holders into taking very little. He elevated the Union's position, again illegally, over the ones with a higher legal claim. That is tyranny. And when done for unions, it begins to take on the familiar odor of Marxist redistribution of wealth. He cheated the rightful owners out of their property and he gave it to his friends, members of a union.You may have read them, but you demonstrated no understanding. What kind of Marxist screws over the worker in a national union? Oh wait. That's Obama.