President Barack Obama must be trying to enter the Guinness Book of World Records for befriending the most bullies during his first 100 days in office.
He could be impeached for dissing his own nation to consort with our sworn enemies, and heaping unnecessary credibility upon them while in danger of becoming their disposable handkerchief.
Tall, dark, handsome and hip−hop−happening, Obama arrived in the Oval Office with high hopes, but soon dashed them by printing trillions of dollars in ‘Monopoly’ money to bail out the work−shy, corrupt and unethical, and by appointing a tainted line−up of Cabinet and counsel posts – from tax cheat Timothy Geithner to his recent pick for the Advisory Council on Faith−Based and Neighborhood Partnerships: a veiled Muslim−Egyptian named Dalia Mogahed co−author, with John Esposito, of the book, “Who Speaks for Islam? What a Billion Muslims Really Think?”
If anyone still cares about what even one Muslim really thinks, let them refer to mainstream Islam’s zipped lip amid the atrocities of its fanatics – before, on and since 9⁄11. Or, more recently, the wretched case of Afghan Vice Consul Mohammed Fagirad, a Muslim who debauched his wife inside their Queens home, February 11, by slapping, choking and beating her for more than 15 hours because she “was a dog and he was going to treat her like a dog,” allege prosecutors.
Mogahed’s appointment, too, raises eyebrows because of her worrisome six degrees of separation. Esposito, an Islamic apologist, co−edited a book with British−Palestinian agitator and Hamas−supporter Azzam Tamimi who has, publicly, bragged, “I admire the Taliban,”; jubilantly, said of America’s ‘worst day,’ “In the Arab and Muslim countries, everyone jumped for joy”; and urged Arabs to open “the locked gates of jihad” in his 1997 article, “A Stroll in Hell.”
Clearly, Barack Obama is living in la−la−land. He listened like a mouse to Reverend Jeremiah Wright’s anti−American drivel for 20 years, and then employed the same useless tactic when Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega bashed the US for 50 minutes during the recent Summit of the Americas in the Caribbean, capping his naivetÉ by, gleefully, accepting an anti−American book from Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, who has called the US “evil.”
Does our president rate banditos – such as Ortega, whose stepdaughter once brought charges of sexual abuse against him, and Chavez, who warned his Mexican counterpart, Vicente Fox, at the conference, “Don’t mess with me, sir, or you’ll get stung” – as being his peers? Or, even rational, substantive or diplomatic?
Bam’s inane comment at the summit, that he was “only three months old” during some of the alleged US crimes in South America, certified his ignorance about totalitarians who have made our planet a worse place.
Yet, he is prepared to vilify his predecessor, and even prosecute patriots for their role in defending America and keeping her safe for eight historic years.
Candidate Barack’s loquacity and vision have been replaced by President Obama’s muteness and blinders when dealing with the world’s hemorrhoids. Without principle or aforethought, he is nursing and humoring hoodlums, who have strongarmed their way onto the world stage, killed innocents, trampled upon basic freedoms and robbed their people.
As leader of the Free World, he should hold them accountable for crimes against humanity.
©2009 Community News Group
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