Consider the plans of Cloward and Piven from the 1960's (Cloward dead and Frances Fox-Piven still believes in it). The objective was to flood the government's welfare and entitlement roles so that - follow me here - the government would become dysfunctional so that it could be torn down. There is significant evidence that Barack Obama endorsed the Cloward-Piven strategy in his youth and based on what he's done to the economy since taking office, it's not a leap to say that he still does.
Check out this excerpt about Frances Fox Piven from DTN:
...in 1983, Piven delivered the opening remarks at the Socialist Scholars Conference (SSC) in New York City, an event that commemorated the 100-year anniversary of Karl Marx’s death and was likely attended by a young Barack Obama. In her talk, Piven described Marx as the man whose ideas had enabled “common people” around the globe to become “historical actors.” She urged her listeners to “stand within the intellectual and political tradition Marx bequeathed,” treating it not as a “dead inheritance” but rather as a “living tradition—the creation of thinking, active people.” In subsequent years, Piven would appear at numerous additional SSCs.Trumka is basically saying here that the Tea Party has apparently signed on to the Cloward-Piven strategy. This is projection on steroids. The first 45 seconds of this clip are rather innocuous but Trumka makes up for it at the end. Wow, just wow.
h/t The Blaze