…from the quill of Antisthenes the Younger
The best president the enemies of America, freedom and democracy could ever hope for still has in front of him far too many days of R&R (rule and ruin). I have no great problem with the fact that those enemies managed to get one of their own to that exalted position, in fact I harbour a certain bitter, grudging admiration for their achievement. May we manage to do it to Communist China one day before too long!
The fact that so many of America’s so called citizens are happy with that is puzzling. The spirit of Lexington (the battle 19 April 1775) morphed in 240 years into lemmings instinct, though if real rodents, not the mythical ones, are any guide nothing is yet lost – America will recover in four or five generations.
In the meantime the current generation admires a President who claims that asthma causes Anthropogenic Global Warming or vice versa and that the Cold War is over. So is World War II. Does it mean he will now apologise to Hitler? Hitler killed more people than Castro brothers.
The suppression of inconvenient information by Left media is the big problem. How many “news consumers” missed the recent interview of Dick Cheney?:
“… Harry Truman, Jack Kennedy, Lyndon Johnson, Ronald Reagan, Dwight Eisenhower, the Bush’s believed America had to play a leading role in the world and needs to maintain first class military capability to do that and occasionally use it. That the world works best with US. leadership.
The first president, really, who doesn’t — no longer believe that fundamental truth is Barack Obama…
I vacillate between the various theories I’ve heard. If you had somebody who, as president — who wanted to take America down. Who wanted to fundamentally weaken our position in the world, reduce our capacity to influence events. Turn our back on our allies and encourage our enemies, it would look exactly like what Barack Obama is doing. I think his actions are constituted in my mind are those of the worst president we’ve ever had.”
“…By the way, I’m growing rather weary of the cheap comparisons of Obama with Neville Chamberlain. The British Prime Minister got the biggest issue of the day wrong. But no one ever doubted that he loved his country. That’s why, after his eviction from Downing Street, Churchill kept him on in his ministry as Lord President of the Council, and indeed made Chamberlain part of the five-man war cabinet and had him chair it during his frequent absences. When he died of cancer in October 1940, Churchill wept over his coffin.
So please don’t insult Neville Chamberlain by comparing him to Obama. I’m not a conspiracy theorist, because conspiracies are generally a comforting illusion: the real problem with Obama is that the citizens of the global superpower twice elected him to office. Yet one way to look at the current “leader of the free world” is this: If he were working for the other side, what exactly would he be doing differently?”
To be continued.