Most of us can probably remember when we had moments of naivety in our youth. Embarrassing moments but we learned from our experiences. We are now witnessing moments of naivety at the highest level, the President and his administration and the mayor of Chicago.
Barack Obama while campaigning on November 21, 2007 had this to say: “Well, I truly believe that the day I’m 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 also understand their point of view… My sister is half Indonesian, I traveled there all the way through my college years and so I’m intimately concerned with what happens in these countries and the cultures and the perspectives these folks have. And those are powerful tools for us to be able to reach out to the world and when you combine that with my work on the Senate Forum Relations Committee on everything from nuclear proliferation to issues of genocide then I think that the world will have confidence that I am listening to them and that our future and our security is tied up with our ability to work with other countries in the world. That will ultimately make us safer, and that’s something that [the Bush] administration has failed to understand.” He also said, “After my inauguration, the Middle East tensions will not exist.”
This may be naivety or just plain old arrogance. To think that just because he is a Muslim himself that the world of Muslims will forget their centuries’ old hatred of anyone non-Muslim is just ridiculous. I don’t believe he is naive at all. His mission is to punish the imperial beast called America. This mission comes from the father that he barely knew. No the naivety here is in the American people who vote Democrat year after year. They believe crap like this. They also fall into the trap of believing that the failed foreign policies of Jimmy Carter and now Obama of appeasement, apology and subordination will be successful. If we are just nice to the world they will love and respect us. Wrong. This voter naivety is only possible in a society where the primary media outlets fail to report reality in order to support the candidates most aligned with their ideology (the Democrat Party). This is also not possible if schools would actually teach history. The Democrat Party has made sure that this does not happen for generations now.
In Chicago Obama’s former Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel is stunned that the teachers union is actually striking on his watch. After all, the public sector unions and the Democrat Party are one in the same. Money is sucked out of union pay checks, bundled and sent to the Democrats, and then money is sucked from taxpayers and returned to unions. What he does not understand is that the unions care about only one thing, dues. Albert Shanker, founder of the United Federation of Teachers, said “When schoolchildren start paying union dues, that’s when I’ll start representing the interests of school children.” Its fun to watch him squirm.
George Bush rightly declared that we are at war with terrorism. With a few isolated exceptions world-wide terrorism is perpetrated by Muslims following their war doctrine the Quran. Obama, elected because of naive voters falling for a promise of hope and change, has surrendered and laid down our arms. He is perfectly willing to allow Muslims to continue their religious quest to either convert or kill the world. There is no hope that the base of the Democrat Party will vote for anybody but a Democrat. Obama has made sure of that handcuffing millions more onto the food stamp program and when Obamacare kicks in the country will be one dependent State, just like Europe. No the independent voters must decide which America is for them. An America that is exceptional, the greatest country on earth. An America that is the strongest country in the world but the country with moral fiber. An America that is the world leader presiding over a safe world. Or just another mediocre member of the United Nations in a very dangerous world.