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Anti-Americanism Is Often More Valuable To Liberals Than Racism

Recall for a moment the video that showed Obama crouched low and speaking softly to Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev, pleading with him to tell Putin that he (Obama) needs more time and that he will have more flexibility in his dealings with Russia after he is re-elected to office, with the message to any sane person that Obama was willing to give Putin anything he needed Obama to give, but after he was successfully re-elected, so his political power would not be threatened after he was back in office for another 4 years.

If Obama had been requested or required to plead for more time for some reason with a member of the United States congress, he would protest that he was being singled out and made to act in a subservient manner by a white, racist, male member of congress, (and here it’s important to remember that Vladimir Putin is indeed a white man) and of course this would be labeled by every member of the liberal press and the Democrat establishment as racism. But since the whispered meeting with Medvedev was a plot against the welfare of the United States and was being discussed with a long-time enemy of the United States, Obama didn’t mind the subservience at all. And forget that Putin is a dictator as well as being a white male. Obama’s only objective is to “fundamentally transform America” and he is seeking help from the Russian dictator to further that goal.

One could conclude that anti-American scheming has a higher value than racism as far as getting Democrat/liberal goals achieved and having their passions inflamed. American liberals desire power so absolutely and completely that they will lie, break laws and disobey the constitution to achieve it. And they admire and envy someone like Putin who has total and complete power over his nation and every person in it, and he’s not afraid of using that power for his own ends.

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Dave King

Retired AT&T supervisor.

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