There was a veritable media firestorm when former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani made the statement.
Certain Fox News anchors were aghast. The pundit class was shocked and offended. It seemed Giuliani was about to get thrown overboard as a respected newsmaker and commentator – as has happened with so many others who crossed the media Maginot line when it came to truth-telling about Obama.
But I think Giuliani will survive. I think he’ll do just fine. In fact, I suspect he will be more popular than ever.
That’s what happens when just one person stands up and says what millions and millions of other voiceless Americans just can’t say because no one will listen.
Of course Obama hates America!
For crying out loud, explain his words and behavior with any other characterization!
He grew up under the mentorship of Frank Marshall Davis, a committed, card-carrying member of the Communist Party.
He was well-connected with other radical leftists throughout his life.
A credible postman is in a WND video explaining how he met Obama outside the Chicago home of the parents of Bill Ayers, the Weather Underground domestic terrorist, while he was attending Columbia University as a “foreign student.” He described the Ayers family as his patrons and that he was going to become president of the United States.
Obama also launched his political career in the living room of Bill Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn, the two most notorious domestic terrorists in the country – people have no regrets about their 1970s bombings of the Capitol and Pentagon and other buildings.
Ever since he became president he has walked like a communist, talked like a communist and governed like a communist.
He has apologized for America ad nauseam. He pledged to “fundamentally transform America,” and he has done his level best to destroy it through fanning flames of hatred of all it stands for both inside the country and abroad through a foreign policy that seems hell-bent on creating crises and throwing gasoline on fires that were already smoldering.
There’s plenty of context that was well-chronicled in the New York Times best-selling book by Aaron Klein and Brenda Elliott called “Manchurian President: Barack Obama’s Ties to Communists, Socialists and Other Anti-American Extremists.”
So why on earth, at this late date, would people be horrified by Giuliani simply concluding logically that if it walks like a duck and talks like a duck, maybe it’s a duck?
It reminds me of a forgotten quote by Obama from way back in 2007: “I truly believe that the day I am inaugurated not only does the country look at itself differently but the world looks at America differently. If I’m reaching out to the Muslim world, they understand that I’ve lived in a Muslim country, and, I may be a Christian but I understand their point of view.”
He told us all this would make America safer.
Maybe he actually believed that. Maybe he still believes it today. But I think most Americans have gotten a dose of reality over the last six years and are willing to re-evaluate their enthusiasm for this pretender, this impostor, this destroyer.
Whether it’s his affinity for communism or his affinity for Islam that has motivated his antipathy for America, who can be sure. Maybe it’s both. But it’s undeniable at this late date what he is. And that’s anti-American.
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