Did Glenn Beck write this for you Rick?.....or Malkin? or was it Ann Coulter?
I have been saying since this man began to run for president that he was advocating a policy of subsuming American interests in order to placate the rest of the world. He has made this absolutely clear and the American people knew full well that this was his foreign policy when they voted him in.
The only people who are arguing that the impeachment of Zelaya (voted on by the Honduran congress for his unconstitutional actions) is illegal are people who agree with Obama that American interests should take second place to other nation's interests.
Considering that each of those worthies you mention have come in for a scathing critique of their positions on issues by me - particularly Beck and Coulter - it is a mystery why you would say that except that you are incapable of independent thought and are only able to mouth talking points instead of making a rational argument. That bespeaks a stupidity that I find quite prevalent among most leftists.
ed.Comment Posted By JoJo On 29.06.2009 @ 08:49
Perhaps.... no, take that back.... Undoubtedly the most asinine statement Rick has ever made on this site. I didn't think Rush, the junkie, was giving him his marching orders.
1. What statement.
2. Why trot out the Democratic talking point? No brains of your own, huh?
ed.Comment Posted By JoJo On 28.05.2009 @ 07:48
Nick wrote: "To withdraw all Spanish troops from Iraq had been one of Zapateros campaign promises. When the Spanish people elected him, he kept it."
That does not negate that Zapateros ran as an anti-American and his cabinet repeatedly has said negative things about the US. I'd go as far as to say that he's been publicly more negative about the USA than Chirac.Comment Posted By JoJo On 18.09.2008 @ 21:56
I'm not sure it is a gaffe. Former Prime Minister Anzar was a very pro-American leader, sort of like Sarkozy of France today. In fact, I think he was the most pro-USA leader of a NATO country when he was in office. By contrast, Prime Minister Zapatero has been a very anti-American leader. Before he became Prime Minister, he refused to stand as US troops past him during the Hispanic Day military parade (although he stood for all the other foreign troops). The first thing he did when he took office was to withdraw Spanish troops from Iraq (and I don't think there are any combat troops in Afghanistan). Zapatero is also a very far leftist. He's been renaming everything with Franco's name in Spain with the communist fighters during the Spanish Civil War. (Notice I said communist and Spanish Republicans.)Comment Posted By JoJo On 18.09.2008 @ 15:13
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