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Mandela’s Legacy….Obama? Or Clinton?

Nobody’s Opinion

“Our Constitution was designed for a moral and a religious people; it is wholly inadequate for the governing of any other.”

                                                                                                             –John Adams

Remember that commercial where they would say, “Do YOU know where your child is?” at such and such a time? Well, if I had money, I would put an ad on all the cable channels with that statement, a picture of Obama, and the question:

“It’s the 4th of July. Do YOU know where your President is?”

Most of us can’t keep up with Obama, who loves to get out of the country as much as he possibly can, and last week’s $100 million dollar trip to Africa, was all done, not for the United States, but for the promotion of…you guess it…the Grand Black Booba himself— who is so eager to take over the title of supreme BLACK leader of the world, he couldn’t wait to use the opportunity of Mandela’s (The first black world leader) last dying breathe to milk the PR.

Except: HA! The family didn’t let him in to see the guy! How embarrassing! Mandela isn’t stupid. To make it seem as if it was actually himself, ( Obama,) that didn’t want to bother the man, he said this:

“I don’t need a photo-op, and the last thing I want to do is to be in any way obtrusive at a time when the family is concerned about Nelson Mandela’s condition.”
Obama in jail

And then he went and made sure that everyone saw him standing in Mandela’s old cell, and contemplating that he gave himself, as President of the United States, unconstitutional and draconian power, to grab anyone in the world, (including American citizens) –hold them in a jail for as long as he wants, without a trial, and never let them out again. In our country, if Obama had arrested Mandela, nobody in the world would have known about it. Mandela would be a Nobody. He would have just…disappeared.

If they had apartheid, what do we have? (Try not to answer that. Or, scream first.)

Okay, so he was trying to imagine what it would be like to stare at the same four walls for 27 years because Obama, let’s face it, has lead a very rich and charmed life. The most suffering he has ever done was when he couldn’t score enough cocaine for the weekend.
 

Obama met the usual protestors that all American Presidents get abroad, but I’m sure that we supplied the stun grenades and rubber bullets to help out the local police. And the crowds he spoke to were hand-picked, just like here. If I had been his adviser, I would have told him, “Mr. President, maybe you ought to STAY in this Mandela prison, where you can be safe, and save the American taxpayers money, and really be a hero to be remembered!”

I have truly missed my calling as a Presidential advisor.

Obama got another important endorsement from the South African leader, Jacob Zuma, who said that he and Obama were “bound by history as the first black presidents of their respective countries. ” If that’s all it takes to get high powered jobs, I’m can’t wait for the day we have our first orange ones.Obama and Jacob Zuma

Obama also gave $7 billion to build infrastructure, (which the people in Colorado and Kansas sure could have used) and promised to stop global warming, but it still didn’t get him a picture with Mandela. (Maybe Bill Clinton will let him borrow his.)  Mandela and Bill Clinton

And to show the world how he supports ‘democracy” Obama is sending 400 U.S. Troops to help Mohamed Morsi handle those pesky protestors who want democracy.

Yes, Obama likes to talk about democracy, I said he likes to TALK about it. He talks about it all the time.

Asked about the importance of democracy in Africa, he referred to Nelson Mandela’s insistence of “constitutions, the rule of law, and respect for human dignity” promising to “bring light” to sub-Saharan Africa in the form of a $7 billion investment in extending electricity to the two-thirds of the continent that still do not have it.

Yes, let’s light up Africa. Obama needs a legacy there, because his legacy here is not doing so good.

Unfortunately, whether we want to know it or not, Obama will be back in the United States, on the 4th of July, pontificating, and blowing hot air about the Constitution, the rule of law, our veterans, and independence, and the sad news is: The whole world knows that Obama, is not a good man. There is nothing religious or moral about him, and he represents us.

And the first black president MISSED his chance to get his picture taken with the world’s greatest black leader. Too bad.

Obama might want to be the next Mandela—but something tells me he might have to wait a long time. And guess who is going to be flashing her picture with Mandela everywhere soon? That’s got to hurt.

Hillary and Mandela

June 30, 2013 Posted by | Barack Obama, Clintons, Uncategorized | , , , | Leave a comment

   

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