Wednesday, April 22, 2009

No Holds Barred: Why does Obama smile at dictators?

How oppressive must a leader be before we determine that he has not merited a hug by the democratic standard-bearer of the free world, the president of the United States?


LIKE MANY AMERICANS, I have been awed by our president's capacity to draw those who hate us near. He is a man of considerable charm and grace. But I have to admit that I am increasingly troubled by his seeming inability to call out rogue dictators.


Suppose Obama succeeds in building friendships with Chavez, Castro, Ahmadinejad and the Taliban. What then? Does America still get to feel that it stands for something? Will we still be the beacon of liberty and freedom to the rest of the world, or will we have sold out in the name of political expediency? And do any of us seriously believe that presidential friendship is going to get a megalomaniac like Hugo Chavez to ease up on the levers of power, or are we just feeding his ego by showing him he can be a tyrant and still have a beer with the president of the United States? Will the Iranians really stop enriching uranium through diplomacy rather than economic sanctions?


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This is what happens when you don’t represent the USA but rather a globalist statist regime.  I wonder, since he trashes the US and cozies up to tyrants does this show what his real tendencies are? 


It’s all about him, his glory, his image as a savior supported by a vast propaganda machine.  Mussolini, Hitler, Lenin, Stalin and other tyrants had similar needs….  Hummm…

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