Tuesday, May 20, 2008

Obama’s idiocy

I recently heard an analogy about Barack Obama that seems quite befitting. Electing Obama president would be like giving the car keys to a twelve year old with a bottle of Jack Daniels.

So let's get this straight….

We don't need to worry about Iran or any of those other small countries because they are in fact, "small." What can they do to us? I mean ask the hijackers who rammed the planes through the twin towers.

Amanda Carpenter writes:

Likely Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama told supporters Iran is just a "tiny" country at a campaign stop in Oregon Sunday evening.

"Iran, Cuba, Venezuela, these countries are tiny compared to the Soviet Union. They don't pose a serious threat to us the way the Soviet Union posed a threat to us," Obama said continue reading

Barack Obama then goes on by stating we were on the brink of nuclear war when Kennedy met Kruschev. Kennedy met Kruschev in 61, the Cuban missile crisis was in 62. It was because of the meeting in 61, Krushev thought America as weak.

Barack Obama says that Truman, Roosevelt and Kennedy talked with our enemies. Here is the real history lesson for Obama.

May 09, 2008

Obama Needs a History Lesson

Jack Kelly

In his victory speech after the North Carolina primary, Sen. Barack Obama said something that is all the more remarkable for how little it has been remarked upon.

In defending his stated intent to meet with America's enemies without preconditions, Sen. Obama said: "I trust the American people to understand that it is not weakness, but wisdom to talk not just to our friends, but to our enemies, like Roosevelt did, and Kennedy did, and Truman did."

That he made this statement, and that it passed without comment by the journalists covering his speech indicates either breathtaking ignorance of history on the part of both, or deceit.

I assume the Roosevelt to whom Sen. Obama referred is Franklin D. Roosevelt. Our enemies in World War II were Nazi Germany, headed by Adolf Hitler; fascist Italy, headed by Benito Mussolini, and militarist Japan, headed by Hideki Tojo. FDR talked directly with none of them before the outbreak of hostilities, and his policy once war began was unconditional surrender. Continue reading.

There were 75,000 sycophants fawning over Barack at his last Oregon rally. I hope this isn't prescient as to what is to come.

If Obama is elected president, it then becomes a question if this nation will survive, and if it does, we will have another Jimmy Carter flying around for the next thirty years visiting and coddling dictators while decrying the evils of America.

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