Article copyThe White House publishes the Remarks of Resident Barack [Hussein — Ed.] Obama At Student Roundtable In Istanbul, and it's such a mixed bag of Leftist drivel (from global warming to Palestinians) that I frankly can't be bothered to read it all, let alone fisk it all. Life is too short.
Just a couple of snippets though so that you can't complaint you came here for nothing today:
Resident Obama: "If we want to say to Iran, don't develop nuclear weapons because if you develop them then everybody in the region is going to want them and you'll have a nuclear arms race in the Middle East and that will be dangerous for everybody -- if we want to say that to Iranians, it helps if we are also saying, "and we will reduce our own," so that we have more moral authority in those claims."Was that teleprompted? Probably not, and this would explain the lack of commas.
Okay, I know this resident is shaping up to be the dumbest Resident of the United States so far (from Grandpa liberating Auschwitz to Gordon Brown's DVDs) but that was one of the dumbest things he's said so far.
Hey, Mister Resident, just in case Hillary didn't send you the memo, the Iranian regime is a bunch of Islamic Apocalypse cranks, who've been financing, enabling and engaging into terrorist attacks worldwide for decades, while hanging their own kids, arresting, torturing and executing political opponents and pursuing nukes for the sole purpose of wiping a democratic state from the map. If you, Barack Hussein Obama, believe that America must put down her weapons to "have moral authority" over that kind of fanatics, then what you need first is a moral compass.
Because you obviously don't know jack about morals.
For example, I agree that al Qaeda is an enormous threat not just to the United States but to the world. I have no sympathy and I have no patience for people who would go around blowing up innocent people for a political cause. I don't believe in that.Woah, impressive display of moral authority Mr. Resident Obama Sir. One name does leap to mind however, when it comes to your sympathy and patience.
Here's a tip, a quote from that dude published in the NYT on September 11, 2001:
''I don't regret setting bombs,'' [He] said. ''I feel we didn't do enough.''Here's a second tip, from the same puff piece:
''Kill all the rich people. Break up their cars and apartments. Bring the revolution home, kill your parents, that's where it's really at,''Yeah, Mr Resident Obama Sir, that's your old pal Bill Ayers — I wonder if you mentioned him to those admiring Turkish students?