Skip to comments.Barry and Moe, Different Countries, Same Ideals
Posted on 09/29/2012 11:55:47 AM PDT by jmaroneps37
While President Obama has been shown to have refused to publicly develop a personal relationships with any of the Middle East leaders, at least there is one of them that thinks exactly as he does concerning the role of America in the world.
Our current President, in what some say is the result of his immersion in anti-colonialism, by his fathers writings and other mentors feelings concerning American and her ill-gotten position in the world, has set about to remove America from her leadership role in the world. His advisers have described this new role as leading from behind.
The President has denigrated American exceptionalism, ignoring our progressing to lead the free world in 200 years where other countries could only stand in awe of our lifestyles, untold millions of their countrymen flocking to our shores.
He has disdain for the Constitution, and constantly attacked Americans right to free speech if it offended himself or any non-Christian.
He should be attacking barbarity and insanity of anyone attacking anyone for something said or written about anyone or anything, period.
Standing up for freedom of speech for all at all times, as its only through an open exchange of ideas that progress is made. Instead, our President attacks Americans living freely under their Constitution, enjoying their Allah-given rights.
Meanwhile, his philosophical mirror image stood before the United Nations and called for a reorganization of the world order, one without American ideals anywhere to be seen.
Calling for Americas role in the world to be scaled back, her influence to be reduced to the same stature as the savage sharia-ruled insults to civilization he and his American-paid Muslim Brotherhood death agents run.
He and other leaders in that part of the world [ want to censor America]
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The phrase “leading from behind” comes straight out of 1984 and the “Freedom is slavery, ignorance is strength” kind of thinking.
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