Edward Said and Obama: Shades of Jeremiah Wright

Obama With Edward Said Probably Discussing Israel

Barack Obama and Bill Ayers, as directors of the Woods Fund, supported the anti-Israeli American Arab Action Network, as of 1998. PLO adviser and Keynote speaker Edward Said had the full and complete attention of Michelle and Barak at the gala dinner in Burbank, Illinois, one decade ago today.

Rapt Attention To Edward Said

Bill Ayers

Woods Fund co-director Bill Ayers, coincidentally behaving like Jeremiah Wright.

Source/via: Grand Old Partisan, Barak Obama with Edward Said

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Obama: You Have Too Much

You have too much food.

You have too much energy.

You have too many machines.

You have too much fuel.

That’s the reason the rest of the world hates you.

He can change it.

The computer program called “global warming” is the new Constitution of the United States; regardless of how cold it may get.

America wants change. And change is less food, less energy, fewer machines, and less fuel, to Obama.

When you live in a mud hut like Obama’s grandmother in Kenya, the change will be complete. Americans will finally be acceptable to the World, according to Michelle and Barack.

H/T: Global Shamming

Obama camp spies endgame in Oregon

. . . Pitching his message to Oregon’s environmentally-conscious voters, Obama called on the United States to “lead by example” on global warming, and develop new technologies at home which could be exported to developing countries.

“We can’t drive our SUVs and eat as much as we want and keep our homes on 72 degrees at all times … and then just expect that other countries are going to say OK,” Obama said.

“That’s not leadership. That’s not going to happen,” he added. . . .

World’s Unhappiest Millionaire

Michelle Obama has many serious problems with America.  Will mere “change” handle it?  Or is much more invasive surgery called for? Like class struggle, or maybe revolution.  Her language, and criticism, is rather extreme. Desperate.
America is Mean

Source: America’s Unhappiest Millionaire by Yuval Levin  National Review Online 

. . . In Michelle Obama’s America, everybody’s suffering, no one has time to make any friends, no one earns enough to eke out a living anymore, and the bar of success is always being moved just out of reach. “Folks are struggling like never before,” she says, and in a nation struggling like never before, society cannot stand the strain.

(Quoting Michelle Obama) What happens in that nation is that people do become isolated, they do live in a level of division, because see when you’re that busy struggling all the time, which most people that you know and I know are, see you don’t have time to get to know your neighbors, you don’t have time to reach out and have conversations to share stories, in fact you feel very alone in your struggle because you feel somehow it must be your fault that you’re struggling that hard, everybody else must be doing ok, I must be doing something wrong, so you hide…What happens in that kind of nation is that people are afraid. Because when your world’s not right no matter how hard you work, then you become afraid of everyone and everything, because you don’t know whose fault it is, why you can’t get a handle on life, why you can’t secure a better future for your kids.

In such a state of debilitating terror, of course, we can have no hope for the next generation. “Our fear,” Mrs. Obama says, “is helping us to raise a nation of young doubters, young people who are insular and they’re timid, and they don’t try because they already heard us tell them why they can’t succeed.” . . .

. . . This view of America has been a real problem for the Left in the Bush years. As the liberal labor economist Stephen Rose has put it, “What progressives generally say about the economy is unrelentingly pessimistic — stagnant wages, rising costs, overwhelming burdens of debt. It’s a message that doesn’t resonate with the middle class — not only because it’s overly negative (by itself political poison), but because it’s simply flat out wrong.”