27
Jul
07

Barak vs. Hillary

Barak Obama let slip the puppies of pacifism and inexperience in Monday’s YouTube debate. Hillary actually scored points with me. I’ve got to give credit where credit is due. Obama’s miscue came when he was asked whether he would meet with, in the first year of his possible presidency, the leaders of Iran, Syria, Venezuela, Cuba and North Korea. His answer came in the classic liberal “can’t we all just get along” fashion. Of course he would have lunch with the likes of Hugo Chavez and Bashar al-Asad. Who wouldn’t? After all, we’re not really punishing them by refusing to speak with them. We’re only stemming the tide of progress, right?

Wrong.

Sensing victory, Hillary immediately snapped at the floundering Obama. It was good to see a Democrat display a bit of ruthlessness not aimed at their own country. A Democrat who understands that these above-named countries are composed of giant government run propaganda machines, capable of spinning molehills into mountains and “progress” into fascist and theocratic pseudo victories over weak westerners. Hillary’s response indicated that she understands you don’t fight the fight, no matter your good intentions, on your opponents terms. Barak seems to think that history is just one big misunderstanding, and if we can only communicate, everything will work out. No, Barak. Our enemies understand. They understand better than you do and that is why you shouldn’t be president.

America will see, soon enough, that the leader of this country must have more than an aesthetic face and a deep voice. He must be armed with more than charisma and the race card. He must have experience and wisdom.

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3 Responses to “Barak vs. Hillary”


  1. 1 Stacy
    July 29, 2007 at 7:02 pm

    D, subscribing to this blog was worth it if only to see you write an article in praise of Hillary Clinton. I look forward to your future blogs on our dire environmental future and need for more international law…

  2. 2 Douglas Moore
    July 30, 2007 at 10:30 pm

    Yes, more international law that the UN selectively enforces.

  3. 3 Dr. Michael LaBossiere
    July 30, 2007 at 10:37 pm

    Stacy is clearly a person of wit and perception. It is nice to see your conservative shell chipping away to reveal the inner liberal. 🙂


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