Did Obama Actually Claim Credit For Ahmadinejad’s Victory?

Barack Obama was asked a question about what he thought about what was going on with the Iranian election, and his answer was his usual precise, clear, and masterful exercise in eloquent oration:

“Uh, we are excited, uh, to see, uh, what appears to be a robust debate taking place in Iran.  And obviously after the speech, uh, that I made in Cairo, uh, we tried to send a clear message that, uh, we think there is the possibility of change, uhhh, aaaand — ehhh, yuh– oh —  Ultimately the election is for the Iranians to decide, but just a-as has been true in Lebanon, uh, what’s, uh — can be true in Iran as well is that you’re seeing, uh, people looking at new, uh, possibilities. And, uh, whoever ends up winning, uh, the election in Iran, the fact that there’s been a robust debate hopefully will help, uh, advance, uh, our ability to engage them in new ways.”

You can watch it for yourself.  And here’s a game you can play at home or in your cubicle:  see if I got all the various iterations of “uh” right.  It’s actually not easy to keep track of them with a man who seems to be more speaking in tongues than he is answering a question.

Which leads to one of those things that lets you know we are living in a true age of propaganda.  We have the media swooning over Obama as a masterful communicator when he routinely utters gibberish without a teleprompter to tell him what to say.  And this assessment from the same people who routinely mocked George Bush for his “teleprompter-less” utterings.  We have Maxim Magazine declaring that Michelle Obama is one of the “100 hottest women in the world” when she would have to be literally set on fire to make that list.

You begin to understand that liberalism is a disease that rots the visual and auditory areas of the brain, such that the sufferers of this terrible malady can only see and hear what their ideology compels them to see and hear.

Bet let us contemplate the substance of Obama’s near gibberish utterance:

Barack Obama, perennial narcissist that he truly is, couldn’t help but tie events in Iran with a speech he gave in Egypt.  What was happening in Iran simply had to ultimately be about Barack Obama.  Because, on his view, every single Iranian – some 40 million people – simply had to have watched him in a rapturous adoration that would surely emerge in the vote.

And they would obviously want some of Obama’s magic “change you can believe in.”

Well, “change you can believe in” is a nuclear weaponized Iran.  It means the re-election of a man who says the Holocaust didn’t happen, and who has called Israel a “disgraceful blot” that should be “wiped off the face of the earth.”

Was the election rigged, as many are wondering? That would present its own dilemmas for Obama.  And anyway, like our own election, it doesn’t really matter: Iran – whether the people or the mullahs – has made Mahmoud Ahmadinejad their president.  And for what it’s worth, the only “independent” pre-election poll taken 3 weeks prior to the election indicated that Ahmadinejad would win by a 2-1 margin, and even indicated that Ahmadinejad would even defeat Hussein Moussavi in his own hometown.

Anyway, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s hatred for Israel probably sounds very much like some good old home preaching, given what Obama’s Reverend, “spiritual adviser,” and “friend and mentor” for 23 years has been saying:

“Them Jews ain’t going to let him talk to me,” Wright told the Daily Press in Newport News, Va. “I told my baby daughter that he’ll talk to me in five years when he’s a lame duck, or in eight years when he’s out of office.”

That little antisemitic rambling was really only news because Wright said it the day before a deranged psycho tried to storm the Holocaust Museum and killed a guard before being gunned down himself.  But Barack Obama’s pastor has been saying stuff like that for a long time:

“[T]he Jewish vote, the A-I-P-A-C vote, that’s controlling him, that would not let him send representation to the Darfur Review Conference, that’s talking this craziness on this trip, cause they’re Zionists, they would not let him talk to someone who calls a spade what it is.”

And before that Wright spoke lovingly of Jews in his sermons:

“We have supported state terrorism against the Palestinians and black South Africans and now we are indignant because the stuff we have done overseas is now brought right back into our own front yards. America’s chickens are coming home to roost.”

And:

“We supported Zionism shamelessly while ignoring the Palestinians and branding anybody who spoke out against it as being anti-Semitic. … We care nothing about human life if the end justifies the means. …”

With that, Obama may get along just fine with Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.  Let’s just hope Obama doesn’t begin to think of Ahmadinejad as his “spiritual adviser” or “mentor” like he did with Jeremiah Wright.  Don’t forget that nature abhors a vacuum; and if Jeremiah Wright isn’t still Obama’s spiritual adviser, friend, and mentor, some other nutjob must surely rush in to fill the void.

It’s true that Obama left Jeremiah Wright’s church.  It’s also true that he left it 23 years too late to matter.

I wrote an article back in October of last year: “Jews And Americans Alike Need To Fear Obama Presidency.”

Jews in Israel have since gotten the message:  When George Bush was president, fully 88% of Israeli Jews believed the president was “pro-Israel”; today under Obama, only 31% of Israeli Jews think so.

Anyway, Obama gives a speech in Egypt, and – in a stumbling, bumbling, near-incoherent message – talked about the great speech the Teleprompter of the United States gave in Egypt.  Clearly, Obama believes that TOTUS’s speech changed the world.  But the re-election of nuclear-weapons-crazy and kill-all-the-Jews-mad Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is a rather clear signal that nothing of the sort happened.

Hey, I’ve got an idea.  With North Korea going more nuts than its ever been since 1950, maybe Obama can go to Seoul, South Korea, and give a speech there.  That’ll surely turn that mean ole’ Kim Jong-Il around!

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7 Responses to “Did Obama Actually Claim Credit For Ahmadinejad’s Victory?”

  1. Bj Says:

    GREAT/WONDERFULLY CORRECT! Thank you.

  2. ARESAY Says:

    The mainstream media wouldn’t do it. So we are trying to get your important messages to the American people. 49 This post is a suggested read at, http://aresay.blogspot.com/

  3. hl Says:

    Great humor expressed in this post. Isn’t it weird how O-bummer has inserted himself into our lives? I am so sick of him.

  4. Michael Eden Says:

    When EVEN BILL MAHER is sick of Obama, you know that Obama is sickening:

    Bill Maher: Obama obsessed with being on TV

    Self-described libertarian pundit Bill Maher ripped Barak Obama during a lengthy monologue on his HBO program Friday night, accusing the president of being obsessed with appearing on TV and failing to come through on pre-election promises.

    “This is not what I voted for,” Maher said. “I don’t want my president to be a TV star.”

    Maher criticized Obama’s constant television coverage (“I get it: you love being on TV”) and said the president should focus on fixing the nation’s problems instead.

    “You don’t have to be on television every minute of every day — you’re the president, not a rerun of ‘Law & Order,'” Maher said. “TV stars are too worried bout being popular and too concerned about being renewed.”

    Maher continued: “You’re skinny and in a hurry and in love with a nice lady — but so is Lindsay Lohan. And just like Lindsay, we see your name in the paper a lot but we’re kind of wondering when you’re actually going to do something.”

    Maher added that Obama’s presidential rival John McCain was right to say Obama acted like a celebrity and, amazingly for Maher, the comedian suggested Obama needs to act more like his predecessor.

    “I never thought I’d say this, what [Obama] needs in his personality is a little George Bush.”

    I’m going to post this as an article, as it’s just too funny.

  5. Michael Eden Says:

    Your welcome. And thank YOU, BJ.

  6. Mark Johnston Says:

    You are absolutely ignorant

  7. Michael Eden Says:

    And you are a troll who offers nothing but a dismissive insult. A four year old “debating” Einstein could do at least as well, and would be at LEAST as mature, as what you offer.

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