Thursday, November 5, 2009

Obama: Ignoring America's Valliant History, Again

The White House has announced our absence at ceremonies marking the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. Meanwhile, Russia has been practicing a nuclear invasion of an abandoned Poland.

The above is lovingly lifted from, where I hope you will go and read the rest of this analysis, please.

The scene where another young American leader exclaimed, "Ich bin ein Berliner" once; and where President Reagan boldly instructed the Soviet Union, "Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall!"

The trouble with this 20th anniversary observance however, is that it is not going to be centered around the egomaniac Barry Huss Obama, you see. Rather, the celebration of the reunification of Germany became possible through the strengths of a real President, a real American and World Leader; and the reassurance of a strong, American military backing-- both, matters of which Mr. Obama hasn't a clue.

Unlike Obama's recent trips to the United Nations and a hastily organized, quick trip to Copenhagen, he and his teleprompter would not be the star attraction in Berlin this time- no fawning crowds eager to listen to his meaningless blather and pretty, empty words.
When this celebration of liberty and of freedom happens soon, let's all remember where Mr. Obama chose to be, whatcha say? I'll bet that date interferes with some high level SEIU meeting, or with ACORN....

Only, I find it all dreadfully ironic in a way--

Obama has abandoned Poland already in his leadership role by telling the Polish that we were reneging on our commitment to their security by installing defensive missiles on their soil, and doing so, on September 18th- the 70th anniversary of the Soviet invasion of Poland, remember?
Isn't the largest community of Polish immigrants in America,

located in Chicago??


Most Rev. Gregori said...

Obama is a clueless empty headed airbag. A kiddie league player trying to make it in the major leagues.

He should be impeached and then be put on trial for crimes against the Constitution and people of the United States.

Spitfire said...

I certainly wish our 'leader' would pull his head out of his reruns of his campaign and at least ACT like he's a proud American!!! Between this ignomy and his ridiculous words about the shooting just down the street here at Ft Hood, I could just scream!!!! (OK, I have no voice, so that could be a problem, but you get my point)

How you three doing, Honey? Between you guys, Rev G, and RaDena, not to mention my own kids(two of whom are military)and our country, my prayer time is starting to cut into my sleeping time. But it's all worth it! That's what friends are for!!!! Shalom, Spitfire

Kini said...

A true communist regrets the fall of the Berlin Wall. Regrets the fall of the Soviet Union. Abhors freedom of the individualism and objectivism.

Our freedoms are at stake.

The Local Malcontent said...

Mercy! What comtemplative comments from you three, Abouna, Spitfire and Kini-- seriously~!

Bishop, RIGHT- he should be impeached, and the first opportunity for that would come after the loyal minority, Conservatives retake the House, and dilute the Democratic hold in the Senate, in 2011.
That is, assuming Teh One allows us all to vote next year... At the rate that he's shreading the Constitution already, that dreadful possibility exists.
And remember, ACORN LIVES.

Friend Kini- also RIGHT. A true Communist continues to believe that the next attempt at controlling the masses, will do the trick; learning from all the past mistakes like the USSR.
(RE: China)
(RE: Obama)
although, I'd call Zerobama a Fascist leader.

Spitfire- May G-d richly and continually bless you and yours, our Texas Bluebonnet; I thought of you, your proximity to Ft. Hood, first yesterday when this awful news broke- wondering if you had friends/family, working/stationed in the Hood there.
I find it somewhat unusual to see you commenting on politics here;
that means, it IS getting personal to many Americans then~!

Leti and I are doing OK, thank you for asking. Really, we are still in shock, trying to come to grips with Lois' death, now two weeks ago. It has been a very sad strain on my wife; I see much grief in her eyes, and hear a pause in her words now. Leti doesn't like being reminded of her mother's absence by friends/me. But that is her way. Of coping, absorbing.

I audit the casino in question (*Pocola, OK) today; this morning.
That will also be a sad strain, going there.

I LOVE, that you call us 'you three'~!!!!!!
Dillon is not our son, though I wish that he was, so that I could paddle him. He had another angry outburst last Friday night at the Talihina football game, but he was not suspended from school for it, only from the game.....

Perhaps an Update post is in order, no? Yes?