Skip to comments.Obama Bashes U.S. During Olympic Bid (Still Batting 1000)
Posted on 10/03/2009 2:36:21 PM PDT by ryan71
He trashed Bush and poopooed America, while praising himself as the “savior” of our reputation.
"Show me just what Mohammed brought that was new, and there you will find only things evil and inhuman, such as his command to spread by the sword the faith he preached." - Manuel II Palelogus
I respect the fly sitting on an Obama in the bottom of an outhouse more than I respect the slime named Obama sitting in the White House.
Europe, you very properly dis us now. We’re headed by a complete utter idiot.
The President of the United States ladies and germs. Be sure to check in next week...
Does he ever stop???
Lets not be surprized anymore! There is Nothing in GOD’S UNIVERSE that OBAMA doesn’t HATE!, except of course HIMSELF!
Obozo might be happy with ALLAH’S Universe, whatever the heck he might think that is?
Yes, but we burned the last one a week ago.
My dial up doesn’t let me wacth videos..........can those of us on dial up get a bit more of a synopsis, please?
What a putz.
Obama still batting 1000 when it comes to bashing America. When he came up to plate this time, he got to first place in a walk. He took a lead off base and got thrown out. Then the team lost and got sent home, taking fourth place.
Oh lookee, Michelle is wearing jail cell chic.
“I come here today as a passionate supporter of the Olympic and Paralympic Games; as a strong believer in the movement they represent; and as a proud Chicagoan. But above all, I come as a faithful representative of the American people, and we look forward to welcoming the world to the shores of Lake Michigan and the heartland of our nation in 2016.
To host athletes and visitors from every corner of the globe is a high honor and a great responsibility. And America is ready and eager to assume that sacred trust. We’re a nation that has always opened its arms to the citizens of the world — including my own father from the African continent — people who have sought something better; who have dreamed of something bigger.
I know you face a difficult choice among several great cities and nations with impressive bids of their own. So I’ve come here today to urge you to choose Chicago for the same reason I chose Chicago nearly 25 years ago — the reason I fell in love with the city I still call home. And it’s not just because it’s where I met the woman you just heard from — although after getting to know her this week, I know you’ll all agree that she’s a pretty big selling point for the city.
You see, growing up, my family moved around a lot. I was born in Hawaii. I lived in Indonesia for a time. I never really had roots in any one place or culture or ethnic group. And then I came to Chicago. And on those Chicago streets, I worked alongside men and women who were black and white; Latino and Asian; people of every class and nationality and religion. I came to discover that Chicago is that most American of American cities, but one where citizens from more than 130 nations inhabit a rich tapestry of distinctive neighborhoods.
Each one of those neighborhoods — from Greektown to the Ukrainian Village; from Devon to Pilsen to Washington Park — has its own unique character, its own unique history, its songs, its language. But each is also part of our city — one city — a city where I finally found a home.
Chicago is a place where we strive to celebrate what makes us different just as we celebrate what we have in common. It’s a place where our unity is on colorful display at so many festivals and parades, and especially sporting events, where perfect strangers become fast friends just because they’re wearing the same jersey. It’s a city that works — from its first World’s Fair more than a century ago to the World Cup we hosted in the nineties, we know how to put on big events. And scores of visitors and spectators will tell you that we do it well.
Chicago is a city where the practical and the inspirational exist in harmony; where visionaries who made no small plans rebuilt after a great fire and taught the world to reach new heights. It’s a bustling metropolis with the warmth of a small town; where the world already comes together every day to live and work and reach for a dream — a dream that no matter who we are, where we come from; no matter what we look like or what hand life has dealt us; with hard work, and discipline, and dedication, we can make it if we try.
That’s not just the American Dream. That is the Olympic spirit. It’s the essence of the Olympic spirit. That’s why we see so much of ourselves in these Games. That’s why we want them in Chicago. That’s why we want them in America.
We stand at a moment in history when the fate of each nation is inextricably linked to the fate of all nations — a time of common challenges that require common effort. And I ran for President because I believed deeply that at this defining moment, the United States of America has a responsibility to help in that effort, to forge new partnerships with the nations and the peoples of the world.
No one expects the Games to solve all our collective challenges. But what we do believe — what each and every one of you believe and what all of the Chicago delegation believes — is that in a world where we’ve all too often witnessed the darker aspects of our humanity, peaceful competition between nations represents what’s best about our humanity. It brings us together, if only for a few weeks, face to face. It helps us understand one another just a little bit better. It reminds us that no matter how or where we differ, we all seek our own measure of happiness, and fulfillment, and pride in what we do. That’s a very powerful starting point for progress.
Nearly one year ago, on a clear November night, people from every corner of the world gathered in the city of Chicago or in front of their televisions to watch the results of the U.S. Presidential election. Their interest wasn’t about me as an individual. Rather, it was rooted in the belief that America’s experiment in democracy still speaks to a set of universal aspirations and ideals. Their interest sprung from the hope that in this ever-shrinking world, our diversity could be a source of strength, a cause for celebration; and that with sustained work and determination, we could learn to live and prosper together during the fleeting moment we share on this Earth.
Now, that work is far from over, but it has begun in earnest. And while we do not know what the next few years will bring, there is nothing I would like more than to step just a few blocks from my family’s home, with Michelle and our two girls, and welcome the world back into our neighborhood.
At the beginning of this new century, the nation that has been shaped by people from around the world wants a chance to inspire it once more; to ignite the spirit of possibility at the heart of the Olympic and Paralympic movement in a new generation; to offer a stage worthy of the extraordinary talent and dynamism offered by nations joined together — to host games that unite us in noble competition and shared celebration of our limitless potential as a people.
And so I urge you to choose Chicago. I urge you to choose America. And if you do, if we walk this path together, then I promise you this: The city of Chicago and the United States of America will make the world proud. Thank you so much.”
This Bevus doesn’t even know what the U.S. is all about. And yet he lectures the rest of the world on coming to America and finding out what it’s all about.
The one thing I can damn this nation for, is electing this prick to office.
Other than that, it’s a pretty good place. We could improve it an awful lot without people like this jackass screwing things up.
He was genuinely ashamed of this country. Arguable the most genuine speech I’ve ever heard the man give. My take.
Next thing you know, she’ll be wearing that belt up around her neck. Why doesn’t she just go to the moomoos already, and be done with it? You’ll never hide that caboose fully anyway.
The irony is that Bush was liked more than obozo. You really think he got the votes from Britain, France, Poland, Germany, Chezc, of course not.
Pray for America and Our Troosp
The road to perdition is marked with signposts, and king obuma is ringing the bell at each one. Poor fool.
...”I know youll all agree that shes a pretty big selling point for the city.”...
At least this un-American product of EEOC preferences got one thing right in his diatribe....LOL
His wife is, indeed, BIG...