¡Sí se puede! (Spanish for “Yes, It can be done!” or “Yes, you (formal) can do it!”) is the motto of the United Farm Workers. In 1972, during Cesar Chavez’s 25 day fast in Phoenix, Arizona, he and UFW’s co-founder, Dolores Huerta came up with the slogan.
“Yes, We Can!” originates from “¡Sí se puede!”, which is a Communist Revolutionary slogan:
If you don’t know, the face on that poster is the face of Marxist revolutionary Che Guevara.
Click on the picture itself or the following link to read an article about another Marxist revolutionary saying, “I remember May Day“. (May Day is a significant day for Communists, especially those from Chicago… May Day is the commemoration of the Haymarket Massacre in Chicago in 1886.)
The creators of the “¡Sí se puede!“ slogan, Cesar Chavez and Dolores Huerta, were students of the “Alinsky School“.
Alinsky wrote “Rules for Radicals“, to encourage Communist Revolution in this country, and acknowledged Lucifer in the front matter of the book:
It is long past the time to get serious and Enforce Our Constitution.
UPDATE: Per Drudge…
Sorry, Matt Damon, but it’s Obama, not Palin, who is ‘Like a Really Bad Disney Movie’. Actually, I wish Obama was only ‘Like a Really Bad Disney Movie’…the truth is much, much worse!
As Michelle Malkin says, Barack Obama and Cesar Chavez inspire the jihadists….
I personally believe that it is no accident that this slogan is being used in this way. I’ve noticed a lot of “green” and other socialist propaganda in children’s programming. The Socialists want to “get them while they’re young”. Kids who grow up chanting “Yes we can!” are much more likely to grow up into 18 year old voters chanting “Yes we can!”
Obama’s mantra: “We inherited this mess. Can we fix it? Yes we can!”