President Bush visited Israel earlier this week and declared “in a speech to Israel’s Knesset…’some seem to believe that we should negotiate with the terrorists and radicals, as if some ingenious argument will persuade them they have been wrong all along…We have heard this foolish delusion before. As Nazi tanks crossed into Poland in 1939, an American senator declared: ‘Lord, if I could only have talked to Hitler, all this might have been avoided.’ We have an obligation to call this what it is — the false comfort of appeasement, which has been repeatedly discredited by history.”
About which, Barack Obama is sure the speech is about himself, and many Democrats are sure the speech is about them, Obama, Liberals, Democrats, you name it, it’s being accused.
Bush’s comments are so easily understood as good, sound, common sense to most anyone else as to make these wails from wailing Democrats — Obama included — appear exceptionally self-convicting: by their outcry about the remarks in that speech by Bush, the Democrats “retaliate” by complaining they’re being addressed, or otherwise, the shoe fits, so they’re wearing it.
There’s that dialogue from Alfred Hitchcock’s film, REAR WINDOW, in which the female lead receives a compliment from the lead male about a purse she’s carrying. She retorts, defensively, (I paraphrase): “do you think I stole it?“.
This is clearly a case where Bush’s remarks hit the nail on the head. His comments, as I’ve just stated, are so easily recognized as common sense and appropriate, as right, as to be shocking that anyone would be so much as concerned much moreso “offended” or “outraged” by them, as many Democrats, especially Obama, today are.
Let’s see, Pelosi called them “beneath the dignity of the office,” yet she’s been seen scarved and somewhat apologetic in Syria in months past. John Kerry, the guy who commisserated with the enemy while enlisted in the U.S. military, he’s outraged (but isn’t he always), Jimmy Carter goes to meet with Hamas after being advised in terms of national security not to do so (Carter went anyway). I heard Tom Daschle yesterday on a news broadcast very upset at Bush’s remarks, while, for someone allegedly associated with national security, you’d think he’d be keen on supporting the U.S., not enemies who think we’re “satan,” but, well ‘guess not.
But Obama’s self-centered outrage is mndblowing if it wasn’t so creepy. He reveals himself so unqualified to handle international relations, so insecure and ill-suited to manage sensitive, terrorist-prone if not terrorist-threatening groups and nations, so offensively self-absorbed as to be embarrassing to even hear today.
Already by this afternoon there are numerous media articles issued at various intervals throughout today from Obama and campaigners as to reveal them on overdrive. It’s manic and if there’s anything outrageous today, it’s Obama and his irrational self-obsession. It’s not all about him but someone tell Obama that — I doubt (very strongly) he’d understand.
And, as hours pass, Obama’s taken up maligning McCain, as if Bush’s speech and comments were those of McCain’s. I get the impression Obama is lashing out at anyone and everyone as are his Democrat supporters, and, they do so not out of concern for the safety, security and wellbeing of our nation and that of our Allies, but for purposes of advancing the political goals of certain Democrats.
This is keen evidence that Obama is not qualified for the Presidency, and the Democrats are most certainly not qualified to represent and protect the United States of America, or our Allies.