Listen to the clips. He clearly and strongly favors redistribution of wealth. He says that it's a tragedy the Constitution wasn't interpreted in such a way (during the Civil Rights movement) to allow major "redistributive change."
Let's consider the implications. Obviously he wants to rob the rich and give to the poor. Obviously he thinks the government must "do more" for the average person. But we knew that already. It's when we examine the comments, made in the context of the history of the Civil Rights movement, one must wonder: Does he favor slave reparations? Would he redistribute wealth on race rather than class lines? Both? Is it not reasonable to assume he will stack the court as President to ensure that the Constitution CAN be interpreted to allow for income redistribution?
It's as I said: The man does not like America as its structured. Change does not mean a change of policy. It means changing the nation at its core. It means radical socialization of our economy and society as a whole. His beliefs are the most liberal of perhaps any Presidential candidate in history. He makes McGovern look like Ronald Reagan. He makes LBJ look like Barry Goldwater. I honestly cannot think of a more leftist candidate, not just in my lifetime, but ever.
Given this interview and past comments, I simply do not understand how any American who believes in the founding principles of this nation can vote for this man. Those that do are either ignorant, obsessed with hatred of George Bush, or favor the kind of radical socialization Obama represents.