Wednesday, May 18, 2011

I wonder what moronic things Obummer will say on Thursday...

President Obama is scheduled to deliver a speech on Thursday. He plans to address the subject of the Arab uprisings and layout the "American" position in regards to revolutions in Arab countries. 

Reporting from Washington— President Obama will seek to define his administration's stance toward the rapid changes in the Middle East and North Africa in a major address Thursday in which he will cast the U.S. as a facilitator rather than the instigator of political change in the Arab world.

As uprisings have swept through the region, Obama has been criticized from both the left and the right for taking too passive an approach. [LA Times]

Obummer's 2009 Cairo speech was an unmitigated disaster. He praised the "religion" of a child raping lunatic and lavished words of honor upon the practitioners of the Prophet's genocidal ideology. His psychotic speech produced untold numbers of video clips which expose the Obummer insanity, make clear his unfettered weakness, and testify to the inherent danger of his intellectually depraved and emotionally fueled belief system.

America and Islam are not exclusive and need not be in competition. Instead, they overlap, and share common principles of justice and progress, tolerance and the dignity of all human beings. -Obummer (Cairo, 2009)

On Tuesday, Jay Carney made the following remarks concerning Obummer's scheduled speech.

We have seen just a remarkable amount of activity of change in these six months. We have -- or five months. More in five months than we’ve seen in 50 years, in many ways, in the region, in the Middle East and North Africa.

And the President looks forward to giving this speech and sees it as an opportunity to sort of step back and assess what we’ve all witnessed, the historic change we’ve seen, and to talk about how he views it, the change we’ve seen, as a moment of opportunity and an opportunity for us to explain to the world what our values are and the values and the principles that we bring to the region as we decide what policies this administration and this country should pursue to support that change, to support the democratic aspirations of the people in the region.

He’ll talk specifically about ways that we can best support positive change, while focusing on our core principles: nonviolence, support for human rights, and support political and economic reform. [
White House]

The history of Obummer speaking on Islam related matters is overflowing with blatant disregard for the facts and reality. Each time he speaks on such subjects he says things about Islam and Muslims which cannot hold up to the slightest bit of scrutiny and which embolden our enemies.

Unfortunately, based on his pattern of idiocy, I can only assume Obummer will further endanger America on Thursday.

No comments:

Post a Comment