Sunday, February 13, 2011

Obama backs 1% in Egypt, yet not 60% in U.S.

A good point was made by the blogosphere recently is that 1 percent of the people of Egypt are rioting in the streets, protesting against Mubarak, and Obama decides the people have spoken and the people are right. He decided to back the people and insist Mubarak step down.

Yet in the United States 60% of the people, two-thirds of them, are against his Obamacare, and a judge even ruled it to be unconstitutional, and yet Obama doesn't care. He is still not backing down, and still trying to push forward with his agenda of forcing his policies on the American people who -- by a majority -- do not want it.

At the same time 1% of the people of Iran rioted in the streets to protest the Iranian dictatorship, young folks who yearned to create a democracy, yet Obama did not back these people up.

He decided it was best to say and do nothing when 1 percent of the folks in a nation run by a dictator thug who champions for the destruction of the U.S., Israel and the rest of the West, and he decided to remove a dictator thug who is an ally to the U.S., Israel and the West.

Similarly, we can only guess that if a true democracy is formed in the Middle East nations yearning for freedom right now, Obama will get the credit by the media. Yet in truth, George Bush should get the credit.

I say this because Obama and others on the left in the U.S and around the world did not want the U.S to meddle in Iraq whether he was a tyrannical and insane threat or not. Once we went into Iraq they did not want us to win. When it was over, they didn't want us to stay until a true democracy was formed.

Yet Bush was steadfast. He said, "Once a stable democracy is formed In Iraq, other nations will see what it's like to life under freedom and democracy. Democracy spreads. Other nations in the Middle East will yearn for it.

It appears he might have been right. So if Obama is truly a great leader, he will make the right decisions that will help any freedom movement and any effort to create a stable and friendly democracy in any of these nations.

It must be a true democracy, and one where the people call it a democracy and it is actually a socialistic government, or a government in favor of social justice, or taking from the rich to give to the poor, or creating a welfare state, or a progressive government, or a communist government.

It's easy for those in power to lie and trick us. It's easy to deceive. us. It's easy to misunderstand reality. Just like Obama sees 1% of the people of Egypt standing up in protest and he backs them, and he won't back 60% of Americans who do not want Obamacare.

Obama seems to have his priorities mixed. I'm not purporting to be an expert by any means, and I don't portent to have all the answers, yet it appears Obama might have interests at hand that are not necessarily in the best interest of America.

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