Skip to comments.Roiling the Mid-Term Waters: Recalling Woodrow Wilsonís Disastrous 1918 Gaffe
Posted on 11/04/2010 1:39:41 PM PDT by statestreet
Barack Obamas controversial comments to the Latino community on Univision radio urging them towards a policy of were gonna punish our enemies and we're gonna reward our friends who stand with us certainly ranked among the less savvy political remarks in the run-up to the 2010 mid-term elections.
But they were hardly without precedent.
In 1918s mid-term elections, President Woodrow Wilson similarly stirred a hornets nest when he unleashed his own considerable wrath upon congressional Republicans.
And with similar disastrous consequences.
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Yeah, Wilson is still paying for that “If you adopt my League Of Nations idea, gentlemen, I predict that some day, a Marxist Kenyan will occupy the White House” gaffe.
Our first commie POTUS.
Woodrow Wilson was a vicious, nasty, racist, World Government soft-Socialist. He deserves a reputation at or near the bottom of presidents in all these presidential rankings. He is the first president to bring segregation to the federal government in the face of Republican opposition. His economic policies were a disaster. All around bad guy at both a personal and policy level.
Of course he was a racist. He was a democrat; party of slavery, secession, the KKK, Jim Crow.
FUBO & FAD
Progressives of a feather.
were gonna punish our enemies and we’re gonna reward our friends who stand with us
I believe this is the motto of any Chicago machine politician worth his salt. Obama came through the Chicago political system. We should be surprised if he DIDN’T think exactly like this. What’s corruption to objective observers is merely politics as usual for Obama and his crew.