Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Obama’s World Is One Big Mess

Once again, the latest round of news clearly shows that the election of Barack Hussein Obama (Mmm… mmm… mmm) did absolutely nothing to resolve… well… anything.

Instead of uniting the country and the world like he promised – and as far too many silly people believed – President Obama is overseeing an increasingly disenfranchised global reality. And unlike the well-meaning delusions of the last worst U.S. leader, Jimmy Carter, this time it seems much more purposeful.

How else can you explain his administration's juvenile reasoning in barring the Boston Herald from full access to his Boston fund-raiser today? White House spokesman Matt Lehrich says he “tend[s] to consider the degree to which papers have demonstrated to covering the White House regularly and fairly in determining local pool reporters.”

And running an op-ed on Mitt Romney as “the full front page, which excluded any coverage of the visit of a sitting US President to Boston… raises a fair question about whether the paper is unbiased in its coverage of the President’s visits.” Not that he’s purposely barring the Herald, he says.

Really? Then why mention the issue at all? Especially when this isn’t the first time the White House has tried to block what it deems to be less than fawning press…

It’s surprising then that Russian President Dmitry Medvedev is threatening the U.S. with another Cold War if the two countries can’t agree on a new missile defense shield. You’d think that two dictatorial tyrants of a feather would flock together more harmoniously. But apparently not.

The same goes for America’s increasingly sour relationship with China. For proof of that, check out the latest video game from China’s Giant Network Technology Co., which pits gun-wielding players against the U.S. military… hardly the sign of one big happy family.

Oh right, and it looks like the Middle East isn’t taking Obama up on his offer of peace. Of course, people who didn’t see that one coming weren’t using their brains. Al Qaeda just nominated a new leader to take over Osama bin Laden’s vacated position.

They might want to save themselves the effort, however, as we seem pretty busy destroying ourselves, what with making white teachers read articles about their supposed inability “to teach African-American students”… doling out taxpayer-funded food stamps to millionaires… and allowing bitter leftist billionaire George Soros to control our mainstream media, from the New York Times to NBC – and USA Today, apparently, based on their blatantly biased take on requiring Americans to show ID when voting.

Maybe next time this nation votes, we should consider treating our candidates like humans instead of gods.

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