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I thought Obama would make the US look better to the world?

Discussion in 'U.S. Politics' started by Andy, Apr 4, 2009.

  1. Andy

    Andy Well-Known Member

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    Yet another example of how Obama looks like an idiot to the rest of the world.

    Fareed Zakaria, CNN's world affairs analyst was asked to comment on Obama's G20 meeting.


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    But it doesn't end there. Zakaria continues by mentioning how other nations are reacting to Obama's policies.


    Now isn't this interesting? I find it a bit funny, that only this one guy on CNN, had the thought to consult what foreign media outlets are saying about Obama, instead of just assuming the world is fawning over him?

    Time and time again, you hear about how "the rest of the world loves Obama", and yet only one guy in the entire mass media seems to actually go and see what "the rest of the world" is saying, and what he finds isn't so positive is it?

    Worse yet, they are comparing Obama, not to JFK or FDR, but rather... LOL Jimmy Carter! The worst president in American history!

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    So much for boosting America's reputation... we just elected Carter Jr.! LOL
     
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    Pandora Well-Known Member

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    Ah that is a good post, I am glad you pointed out what "others around the world" are saying instead of what our zombie bots are saying that they are "feeling"

    I think obama is more like jimmy carter too, he is jimmy carter and a half.

    will this nightmare ever end!
     
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