Thursday, July 24, 2008
Adolf Hitler's resurrection is alive and well in the form of Barack Hussein Obama, Junior, The Illinois Muslim. They are both so similar in so many ways, but none as much as how both draw huge crowds. If A=B and B=C then A=C, and it's no exaggeration to say that if Hitler drew big audiences - and he did - and Obama draws big audiences - and he does - then Obama is no different than Hitler.
al-Reuters reports that a motorist crashed through the barricades surrounding the Victory Column where Obama is scheduled to speak on Thursday in Germany. Huh, I guess the motorist isn't an Obama Cultist.
Another al-Reuters story reports that while some Germans are excited over Obama's visit, others deplore him:
“There is a lot of hope associated with Obama. People hope he’ll be a peace, rather than a war president.” But the charismatic Democratic senator will find that if he asks Germany to get more involved militarily in Afghanistan or even Iraq, “the positive feeling towards him could change very quickly”, [said Manfred Guellner, head of the Forsa opinion polling group].
Josef Joffe, editor and publisher of Die Zeit, agreed that Iraq and Afghanistan could well lead to “dissonances” with Obama. “Germany’s Obamamania has disappointment written all over it,” he wrote in his Newsweek blog.
In fact, opined one official in Merkel’s office, it would be much better for Obama to give a low-key speech at a university or think tank. That way, the risk of disappointment will be lower.
Team Obama is frustrated and disappointed with Germany as well. From Spiegel online:
Barack Obama's campaign is frustrated over all the vehement discussions about his speech in Berlin on Thursday. SPIEGEL ONLINE has learned that the recent criticism (more...) [see link within story - Drake] took the campaign by surprise and frustrated Obama's advisors. At first many Europeans complained about Obama not coming to Europe, but then the criticism shifted to his keynote address on the trans-Atlantic relationship -- and fears it might lack substance. The reaction has left members of his team frustrated.
In an editorial, the International Herald Tribune is demanding greater "sobriety" from Obama. The Economist is complaining of "disquieting signs of a tendency on Mr. Obama's part to tailor his message to whichever audience he is talking to."
Paris and London are already frustrated: The two countries feel neglected because Obama is paying them only brief visits.
And this fine gem:
Obama believes [Germany's Chancellor Angela] Merkel is more influential than French President Nicolas Sarkozy and British Prime Minister Gordon Brown.
Two other brief points I want to make:
Obama said the war in Afghanistan is important and that the U.S. needs to deploy more Troops there. Besides being a statement that, when said by any Republican, was countered by The Left by calling that person a Warmonger, Obama's policy on increasing Troops in Afghanistan is one which should leave everyone scratching their heads.
One: If Obama thinks Afghanistan is important - and he says it is - then why did he vote against funding the Troops in Afghanistan last year?
Two: I'm no fan of Republican Senator and Presidential Candidate John McCain, but McCain hit one way, waaaaaaaay out of the ballpark saying, "Obama, who does not understand what’s happening in Iraq or fails to acknowledge the success in Iraq, would rather lose a war than lose a campaign."
We know McCain hit one of those "truth nerves" that the Obama Cult Followers possess because his comment has royally roiled them, they are fit to be tied going absolutely batsh*t crazy over McCain's statement.
Obama is more than willing to lose a war than to lose his campaign.
Ouch! The Truth really hurts when it's true, doesn't it?
He created out of whole cloth the Nazi party, we already had a history lesson in what Nazi meant, National Socialism however it was not socialist at all in fact Hitler was against socialism, he just named it that to attract the most people.
After he got a following he created the SD these were the predecessors to the SS, these were the jackbooted thugs. Then he turned them loose on the country to create chaos and fear.
Once that was done and the people were terrified Hitler came out and said he could stop the brown shirts and bring order to the country…
He rounded up and had the brown shirts killed thereby restoring Germany…
Now let’s look at Fanny and Freddy, Mae and Mack…lol First Bill Clinton signs a law that substantially loosens the standards banks use to decide who to loan money to, mandates it, in fact, starts with a trillion dollars and ends up with 3 trillion dollars spent to make these two banks give out more loans.
Move forward a decade and like night following day we have a banking crises that gives more power to the government…
And who’s out there saying they can solve it?
Thanks for the refresher on Hitler. I don't want to be nitpicky ( I hate nitpicky ) but - AND PLEASE correct me if I am wrong - but Hitler's Socialism was what is today's Liberal ideology: big govt, govt dependence, a "national state" (no internal 'United independent State'), all power coming from a centralized Federal govt, etc etc.
The Feds under Bubba did loosen mortgage lending under the Macs and Fannies for those who couldn't afford a mortgage, or a prime mortgage more accurately, thus creating the subprime problems we now have.
Those f*cking Dems, like I've said before, they create a mess and a disaster with everything they do and leave it to others to clean up.
Just like today’s socialist... they speak in terms of protecting the middle class and the poor by taking wealth from the rich thereby creating class envy. What happens is the wealth becomes concentrated in a very few ruling class elites, the poor stay poor because there is no class mobility, the middle class has their standard of living reduced until they are poor, and the wealthy are jailed, executed, or they must adapt to the ruthlessness of the ruling class.
As far as the Fanny/Freddy problem what they are doing is; using this "crisis" that they created to assign more power to the FED... Cluck Schumer deliberately caused a run on Indy Mac so Federal regulators could step in...
Question: What do you call a private company that is government run?
Does that make sense?
Yes, it all makes sense. We are on the same page.
I agree with you on all points. And good point on the Schumer mess which enables Big Daddy Government (Socialsim) to come to the rescue regarding IndyMac. Very good analysis of it.
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