Could Barack Hussein Obama Make Jimmy Carter Look Like Ronald Reagan?

He’s a Marxist Socialist Liberal with a Race Baiting Wife who wants to invade Pakistan while sitting down to Turkish Coffee with Iranian President Mahmoud Ahamadinejad with connections to 60′ era Radicals, er I meanTerrorists….This guy could just make Jimmy Carter look like a competent President if elected.

From Hot Air:

In 1995, State Senator Alice Palmer introduced her chosen successor, Barack Obama, to a few of the district’s influential liberals at the home of two well known figures on the local left: William Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn.

While Ayers and Dohrn may be thought of in Hyde Park as local activists, they’re better known nationally as two of the most notorious – and unrepentant — figures from the violent fringe of the 1960s anti-war movement…

Dr. Young and another guest, Maria Warren described [the event] similarly: As an introduction to Hyde Park liberals of the handpicked successor to Palmer, a well-regarded figure on the left.

“When I first met Barack Obama, he was giving a standard, innocuous little talk in the living room of those two legends-in-their-own-minds, Bill Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn,” Warren, wrote on her blog in 2005. “They were launching him–introducing him to the Hyde Park community as the best thing since sliced bread.”

See Dubya from Hot Air adds…..

Now speaking on the same panel doesn’t mean Obama is sympathetic to their goals. It does suggest that there was no break with Ayres after the 1995 visits. Obama hasn’t distanced himself from these domestic terrorists, even after terrorism against the United States became a little…harder to ignore after September 11th, 2001. As did William Ayres himself, who had the laughably ill luck to spout off about how proud he was of his terrorism in an interview with the New York Times–an interview that ran in their September 11, 2001 edition.

Obama served with Ayers on the Woods Fund until 2002 – a year after Ayers made his remark 9/11 remark that he hadn’t bombed enough.What are we going to do when we wake up two years into a Obama Presidency and realize that we elected the equivalent to Hugo Chavez to the most powerful position in the world?  Hillary could be placed on the Supreme Court by then and this clueless schmuck will be kowtowing to the Iranians and his buddies in the Taliban and our tax dollars will be going to pay reparations for events that occurred well before most of our ancestors legally immigrated to America.

It’s no wonder Jimmy Carter is having a love affair with this putz, after it’s all said and done, Obama will more then likely replace Jimmy Carter in the history books as “America’s Biggest Presidential Failure”.

11 responses to “Could Barack Hussein Obama Make Jimmy Carter Look Like Ronald Reagan?

  1. Lets just hope that if and when he wins the presidency, the conservatives can come up with a better candidate in 2012 than the entire field of candidates that were running for the Republican nomination this year.

    I think the only thing that could keep Obama out of the WH now is himself…if he manages to accidentally let the country know what he really stands for.

  2. Bush was responsible for 9/11, the Iraq war, the Patriot Act, Guantanamo and the multi-trillion dollar debt to China. And you say Jimmy Carter was a bad President?!?

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  4. Bush Jr. has already earned the distinction of making every poor or mediocre presidents in the 20th Century look better in comparison. Unfortunately for you guys you have a nominee who has embraced Bush in the minds of Americans, and your party couldn’t find anyone to knock Mccain out. Both of our parties have had dry seasons like you guys have now.

    When you are involved in community organizing, local politics, and state politics you meet a wide range of groups of people who you may not agree with. A smart organizer or politician has to know all the players even though you disagree with them.

    Carter did not have any US Congressional experience and he resisted advice from Tip O’Neill how to get things through. Carter misjudged where the American people were . They said they wanted someone honest after Nixon/Ford, but they hated it when Carter told them they had to make sacrifices and that the country was in decline. The country wasn’t ready to base its foreign policy on human rights basis.

    Obama’s legislative record, his writings, his background, and the way he has run this campaign he has shown that he understands how to think tactically and has the ability to encourage all Americans to be a part of the system. He has been a part of making congressional spending transparent so we can hold our representatives accountable. He has demonstrated judgment, something the other candidates have not.

    He represents a new kind of liberalism that isnt top down, but encourages citizens to get engaged with the process and pressure the system to work for them. Some call it left-libertarianism.

    I think what is important to us all as citizens and as a country, he strives to be a president of ALL the people — something that has been missing for16 years or more. I didn’t feel Bush wanted to be my president, and I am sure there are republicans who felt the same about Clinton. This is part of the reason that I picked Obama over Clinton. No American should feel that their president isn’t their president.

    Obama is for tort reform (he voted for Bush’s Tort Reform Act) and believes that while states can regulate guns that individuals have the right to bear arms which precludes federal regulation. He does have some faith in markets. He has passed legislation with republicans Coburn and Lugar.

    I don’t care for these positions. Your side may not like some of his stances as well. I believe he has the judgment to thread the needle to stay on track on the things that most reasonable Americans can agree with.

    I understand you are concerned with the whole talking with our enemies stance. This wouldn’t work with just any president. I believe that he has the judgment, intellect, street smarts, and charisma to look into the eyes of world leaders and either persuade or come away with tactically counter them.

    If you look at his foreign and military positions he is going to invest and build up our armed forces, while building up a robust diplomatic presidency. It is a tactical use of hard and soft power that I think is needed right now. It is not enough to be militarily stronger, you also have to outsmart and outflank your enemies.

    He is no socialist. He is a Christian, His multi-cultural, multi-ethnic, and multi-religious background will only give him insight he needs in the complex world we live in. It may even undermine our enemies contention that this is country is run by a white male cowboy who wants to recreate the crusades. This contention helps them recruit and that is a fact.

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  6. By the way I find this website too anti-semitic for my tastes. Posting on this site by no means that I agree with this content on this website. It kind of creeps me out. I hate when a group of people are scapegoated.

    The powers that be like when we blame each other because of our differences. They like when we say oh its the mexicans, jews, blacks, Arabs, poor people, uppity women, gays are the source of our problems. It frees up the corporations and a broken government to do what they do, since we are not spending our time holding them accountable on issues that matter in our lives.

    We are in debt, in the wrong war, we have terror groups, we have the negative effects of globalization, we are facing global warming, and we are falling behind in the sciences. We don’t manufacture anything anymore. These are real problems.

  7. Amy, I see your one of the 9/11 Twoofers. Your groups argument about Bush causing 9/11 does not even hold any water. Of course I’m sure you agree with fellow BDS Twoofer Rosie Lardass O’Donell that fire cannot melt steel. Gwaduate Skool heer I cum!

  8. Amy, how is Bush responsible for 9/11? Would you rather SH still be in power? Would you rather we not help in the interest in the Middle East? If not the U.S then who? Wonder if SH had not been bluffing about the weapons of mass destruction? Should President Bush have waited until we were attacked again? Difference between Iraqi and North Korea was SH had used weapons of mass destruction on his own people. Our democracy was created off the blood of other nations and was created over night nor will democracy be created over night in Iraqi. The problem with many – not all – of the youth in this nation today is you don’t realize freedom is not free and this nation is great because of our military. BO is not a uniter by any means- if he were why would have ran when the party was all behind HC- he has divided the party by age, gender and race. He could have waited until 2016 to run. I still would not vote for him because of the racist hateful remarks that come from his wife, his associates, his unwillingness to vote on tough issues. He is all words with no direction. He is the one that is going to drive the bus not in the ditch but to hell. He has yet to win a big democrat state- sure he wins the small states that Republicans win but not the other states. If he wins the nomination then JM will be getting a lot of votes from seniors, Hispanics, Asians and white women. He want win the general election because JM will tear him apart.

  9. Louis Farrakhan: “If you look at Barack Obama’s [diverse] audiences and look at the effect of his words, those people are being transformed from what they were. This young man is the hope of the entire world that America will change and be a better place.”

    Here I’ve tried to collect all notable tributes paid to Barack Obama by peers:

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