Friday, November 06, 2009

Reagan, The Berlin Wall And No-Show Obama

US President Ronald Reagan, 20 years ago today, at the tearing-down of the Berlin Wall erected by the Soviets after WWII

Today's neo-communist, and Russia-friendly "President" Barack Hussein Obama, pointedly refused to mark the anniversary. Big surprise... not.

Story here.

Martella asked Reagan if he thinks it is odd that Obama, as president of the United States, is declining to attend the anniversary ceremonies.

"I don't find it odd. I find it completely consistent with Barack Obama, how he uplifts the enemies of freedom and pushes those who yearn to be free away as if there's something terribly wrong with us," Reagan said.

Former President George H.W. Bush, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, British Prime Minister Gordon Brown, Russian President Dmitry Medvedev, Mikhail Gorbachev and other prominent world figures are expected to be in Berlin to mark the anniversary, "but it is sad that the president of the United States doesn't deem it that important for him to be there," Reagan declared.

"But it does not surprise me that he doesn't really uplift the United States of America. He only goes overseas to point fingers across the ocean and blame George Bush for everything."

Like I've been saying about B. Hussein Obama... Just watch him demonstrate that he hates America.

It seems to me that fascism, socialism, spreading wealth, sexuality, abortion, Islam... are all more important to Obama than are America, freedom, democracy, the rule of law and human rights.

He has no moral business (not to mention no business, according to the Constitution, residing in the White House) being President of the United States, obviously!