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Barack Obama's dance with despots

Mr. T

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We have a President most avid plaudits come from two-bit, tin-horn Marxist dictators who have spent their entire adult lives imprisoning, murdering, and maiming their enslaved minions.


And to make matters worse, that President - Barack 'Sorry-to-be-an-American' Obama - is in lockstep agreement with all of what Castro says and much of what Castro does




How do we know that? Well, let's look at the record.


In August of this year, Obama delivered a 53-minute medley of his favorite apologies to what amounted to a pep rally for Latin American dictators. Included among his supine we-a culpas was this gem in reference to the 1961 Bay of Pigs invasion: "I'm grateful that President Ortega did not blame me for things that happened when I was three months old."


Well, so much for the brave Cuban freedom fighters who died at the Bay of Pigs vainly attempting to rescue their country from the bloodied hands of Fidel Castro. So much for JFK's declaration that "We will support any friend and oppose any foe to assure the survival and success of liberty." And so much for the truth: Barack Obama wasn't even born when the invasion occurred.


As if to make sure his amigo bueno Fidel got the bouquet, Obama then proceeded to pull the plug on the highly popular "Freedom Message" ticker on the US mission building in Havana. Twenty-five feet long, its bright red letters emblazoned in the sky, the ticker's inspiring words of encouragement from democratic leaders like Martin Luther King, Abraham Lincoln, and Lech Walesa had served as a beacon of hope for the Cuban people. But, alas, that was clearly not the kind of "hope" Barack Obama intended to foster.


No wonder, then, Obama felt compelled to warmly embrace the Venezuelan despot Hugo Chavez at the same Latin America Despots Dance at which he cuddled up to Danny and Fidel. In return, Chavez lauded Obama as "more of a Marxist than Fidel and me." He enthused that "the changes that started in Venezuela in the last decade of the 20th century have begun to reach North America." And he warned his compadre Barack not to go too fast in socializing the US lest he create a backlash.


Obama, for his part — ever the faithful amigo intimo — repaid Chavez loyalty first by appointing Arturo Valenzuela as the Obama Administration's "Western Hemisphere Czar." Sr. Valenzuela, it should be noted, considers Chavez one of the history's greatest Latin American leaders. He has even gone so far as to praise Chavez' crackdown on Venezuela's formerly free press. Not content with putting Hugo's good buddy in charge of everything Latino, Obama added injury to insult by appointing Chavez' lickspittle Mark Lloyd as the Federal Communications Commission's "Diversity Officer."


Not only does Mr. Lloyd agree with Mr. Valenzuela that Venezuela's free press was an anathema, he has even gone so far as to praise Chavez for his "incredible revolution" that gutted the country's democratic institutions top to bottom. So, it's little wonder that we now have "a President of the United States whose most avid plaudits come from two-bit, tin-horn Marxist dictators who have spent their entire adult lives imprisoning, murdering, and maiming their own people" kowtowing to like-minded despots at every opportunity. And creating opportunities where none exist.


Which, of course, is exactly what he did in the UN speech that won Castro's praise. In essentially apologizing (once again) for all things American and declaring that "rich nations have a particular responsibility to lead" in de-industrializing the world, Obama has shown (once again) that he can tout Marxist dogma with the best (no, make that the worst) of them.


It is, of course, the "rich" nations that gave the world such onerous commodities as electricity, transportation, modern communications, and advanced medicine. Not to mention food, potable water, the clothes on our backs, and the roofs over our heads. And it is the rich nations of the world that brought hope from despair, light from darkness, and dreams of a better tomorrow to the nightmarish lives of hundreds of millions of Third World minions.


That's the message the President of the United States should have delivered to the Two-Bit Tyrants of Turtle Bay, who huddle in the lap of luxury to denigrate democracy while swilling its largesse. But, unfortunately, it is not what this President of the United States believes. So, he bellows his own bellicose denunciations of all who have labored long and hard to build a better world — while basking in the glow of Fidel Castro's poisonous approval.


During the 2008 presidential campaign, a posturing, preening Barack Obama piously advised the American people to "Judge me by the people with whom I surround myself." We are, Mr. Obama. Yes, sadly, we finally are.




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Excellent post, T.


Riding the waves of radicalism is just a subculture effect of sitting around


ACORN offices with Che's poster on the wall and listening to utopian bs from


socialist profs (his noted favorites) in college.


But that doesn't make it when you are supposed to lead this country, as Obama


is finding out.


This admin is a complete disaster, right down to Cass Sunstein's idea that


when Americans die, their organs belong to the state and can be removed without permission.


Obama has surrounded himself with radical wackos, because they will buy anything he tries to sell.


Doesn't work with the American people as a whole, though.


Obama can only dream of being a Chavez. Instead, the left AND the right and center are seeing that


he is really not going to be a leader at all.


Just, sadly, more and more manipulative verbage, and hedging from decisions, like Afghanistan (you know, where


he said we should only have been in the first place)...

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