A: They want to see Barack Obama elected!
That, my friends, should be enough to strike fear into your heart!
Last week, as I was logging on to WordPress, the day’s “Hawt Post” caught my eye. The piece, written by a self-proclaimed secular humanist from the UK and as anti-American as one could get, included a photograph of a U.S. soldier holding an American flag upside-down with the words, “There is no flag big enough to cover the shame of killing innocent people.” I was appalled by the post, and by the website in general (be careful if you visit). Then, the little button on the right side of the blog caught my eye:
I’m wondering why any American would want to be in cahoots with people who hate us? (Honestly, I have to wonder about the years of revisionist history and Humanism being taught in our public schools. Have we been brain-washing generation after generation to bring our citizens to the point of self-hatred? But that’s another post for another day).
Take a look at a few other Obama supporters.
Here’s Libyan leader Muammar Gadhafi’s take on our upcoming election:
Hamas political advisor, Ahmed Yousuf, had this to say:
“We like Mr. Obama, and we hope that he will win the elections,” Ahmed Yousuf, Hamas’ top political adviser in the Gaza Strip, said in an exclusive interview with WND and with the John Batchelor Show on WABC Radio in New York.
“I hope Mr. Obama and the Democrats will change the political discourse. … I do believe [Obama] is like John Kennedy, a great man with a great principal. And he has a vision to change America to make it in a position to lead the world community, but not with humiliation and arrogance,” Yousuf said, speaking from Gaza.
The Socialist Party of France hopes for Obama to win the upcoming election.
Al Jazeera writes positively and hopefully about Obama, but hits the nail on the head by stating that although folks in Berlin and Paris went crazy over Obama this summer, Americans traditionally don’t like to be advised in our decisions by Europeans, especially the British. (We cut that umbilical cord in 1776, didn’t we?)
In our own country, Obama has received much support from the Democratic Socialists of American and the Communist Party USA (see New Zeal for links).
I’m sure I could find more examples for you, but I need to get back to real life this morning! I hope during this election season Americans remember the old adage, “birds of a feather flock together!”