Skip to comments.Barack Obama: the Killing Machine
Posted on 01/07/2010 1:54:03 AM PST by Michael van der Galien
once he became president Obama became a murderer and a terrorist, because the US has a machine that spans the globe, that has the capacity to kill, and Obama has kept it set on kill. He could have flipped the switch and turned it off but he chose not to do so. In fact, as far as one can tell, Obama seems to have killed more civilians during his first year than Bush did in his first year, and maybe even than Bush killed in his final year.Allan Nairn
Harsh words indeed.
Readers assuming that they were taken from some right-wing website may be shocked to find them coming from Allan Nairn, award-winning journalist and activist, and yesterdays guest on Democracy Now!, the voice of American Marxism. Host Amy Goodman, chairman of that networks politburo, may herself have been a bit taken back by the savagery of Nairns attacks on President Barack Obama. Responding to questions posed by herself and that of her co-host Anjali Kamat, Nairn came out with both guns blazing.
First came the lefts favorite tactic: the invocation of George W. Bush.
Nairn has decided that Obama is even worse than the former president in that he has killed more people than Bush:
ALLAN NAIRN: Well, in this respect, on matters I was just talking about, theres no substantive difference. In fact, as far as one can tell, Obama seems to have killed more civilians during his first year than Bush did in his first year, and maybe even than Bush killed in his final year, because not only has Obama kept the machine set on kill, but he had his special project, which is Pakistan and Afghanistan. He used this to get elected.
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But, but we have to close Gitmo... Then the terrorists will like us.
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