Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Barry Obama is THE KENYAN -in Technicolor!

Many an act that man does is right or wrong according to the time and place which form, so to speak, its context; strip it of its surrounding circumstances, and you tear away its meaning. Gentlemen reformers, beware of this common practice of yours! beware of calling an act evil on Tuesday because that same act was evil on Monday The Virginian -Owen Wister

" When yu' can't have what you choose, yu' just choose what you have." - Obamacare? No, that was The Virginian as well.

However, a very bright and thoughtful American Thinker Dinesh D'Souza offers this -

If Obama shares his father's anticolonial crusade, that would explain why he wants people who are already paying close to 50% of their income in overall taxes to pay even more. The anticolonialist believes that since the rich have prospered at the expense of others, their wealth doesn't really belong to them; therefore whatever can be extracted from them is automatically just. Recall what Obama Sr. said in his 1965 paper: There is no tax rate too high, and even a 100% rate is justified under certain circumstances.

Obama supports the Ground Zero mosque because to him 9/11 is the event that unleashed the American bogey and pushed us into Iraq and Afghanistan. He views some of the Muslims who are fighting against America abroad as resisters of U.S. imperialism. Certainly that is the way the Lockerbie bomber Abdel Baset al-Megrahi portrayed himself at his trial. Obama's perception of him as an anticolonial resister would explain why he gave tacit approval for this murderer of hundreds of Americans to be released from captivity.

Finally, nasa. No explanation other than anticolonialism makes sense of Obama's curious mandate to convert a space agency into a Muslim and international outreach. We can see how well our theory works by recalling the moon landing of Apollo 11 in 1969. "One small step for man," Neil Armstrong said. "One giant leap for mankind."

But that's not how the rest of the world saw it. I was 8 years old at the time and living in my native India. I remember my grandfather telling me about the great race between America and Russia to put a man on the moon. Clearly America had won, and this was one giant leap not for mankind but for the U.S. If Obama shares this view, it's no wonder he wants to blunt nasa's space program, to divert it from a symbol of American greatness into a more modest public relations program.

Clearly the anticolonial ideology of Barack Obama Sr. goes a long way to explain the actions and policies of his son in the Oval Office. And we can be doubly sure about his father's influence because those who know Obama well testify to it. His "granny" Sarah Obama (not his real grandmother but one of his grandfather's other wives) told Newsweek, "I look at him and I see all the same things--he has taken everything from his father. The son is realizing everything the father wanted. The dreams of the father are still alive in the son."
Dinesh D'Souza
Sounds about right, Pard!

The Kenyan?

"When you call me that, SMILE." - I'm Smiling! Not happy but I'm Smiling.

Two more years, Boys and Girls and Exit Stage Left for . . .The Kenyan!


IrishPirate said...

I don't buy Dinesh's argument, but even if I did when did being "anti colonial" become a negative to anyone not named Winnie Churchill?

Think 1776, Paddy me boy, and the Easter Rising.

You wingers need to come up with a better meme.

Anyway plan on President Obama having six more years. At this point in his Presidency Illinoisian turned cowboy Ronald Reagan was less popular.

What were the results in 1984?

President Mondale?

pathickey said...

IP, No Winger this Olde Boy Here. Still an old timey Ward level helot Democrat.

However, having met the President in his salad days as a community activist ( Woods Fund) and on his campaigns & etc. I was and continue to be underwhelmed.

Nice guy. One of millions. As to those Six years - four might be on the rubber chicken circuit building that Library in Hawaii.

Like, Lovie Smith says, anything can happen. Keep the Troops Fired Up, Pal!