Saturday, March 12, 2011

Obama Thinks it Would be 'easier' to be President of an Authoritarian, Communist Nation

by the Left Coast Rebel

If this doesn't tell you everything that is wrong with this man, this White House, our government and America today, nothing will.

Words (almost) fail me. Taken from an article that appeared in the New York Times yesterday:
How Mr. Obama manages to do that while also balancing American interests is a question that officials acknowledge will plague this historic president for months to come. Mr. Obama has told people that it would be so much easier to be the president of China. As one official put it, “No one is scrutinizing Hu Jintao’s words in Tahrir Square.”


Its true -- no one actually does scrutinize Hu Jintao's words (or actions) around the world like they do the words of the POTUS. But why is that? Simple. Hu Jintao is the president dictator (or titular head) of one-party communist rule of a communist nation. Communist nations are not free. Because of this, people around the world (like in Tahrir Square) don't look to communist nations for inspiration or guidance as they put their lives at risk in revolt against the tyranny in their own lands. They look to the leader of the Free World. And the Leader of the Free World has failed them, the Free World and especially the world's last hope for freedom -- America.

I guess that we can logically assume that this man also thinks it would be easier to be Hugo Chavez, Fidel Castro or (fill in the communist despot here). After all, when a president thinks of himself as monarchical, omnipotent, all-knowing -- an omnipresent philosopher king to save America from itself -- ruling over people that cherish their freedoms and "cling bitterly" to their liberties is so damned hard, especially when taking away those cherished freedoms (subtly or in plain sight) is all that motivates you as President of the United States.

H/T Another Black Conservative, cross posted to LCR.


  1. "As a man thinketh in his heart, so is he."

  2. Absolutely. Also, "you can best judge a man by the company he makes..."


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