Friday, July 25, 2008

Can a Citizen of the World lead America?

U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Senator Barack Obama waves to the crowd after making a speech in front of the Victory Column (Siegessaeule) in Berlin July 24, 2008.
"Tonight, I speak to you not as a candidate for President, but as a citizen -- a proud citizen of the United States, and a fellow citizen of the world."—Senator and Democrat presumptive nominee Barack Hussein Obama

Sen. Barack Obama has not yet secured his Party’s nomination. Sen. Obama has not been elected President of the United States of America. Yet Sen. Obama stood in front of the Victory Column (Siegessaeule) in Berlin and lectured 200,000 German people and called out to the people of the world for all existing divisive walls of the world to be torn down. I think the Senator presumes too much!
"The walls between the countries with the most and those with the least cannot stand. The walls between races and tribes, natives and immigrants, Christian and Muslim and Jew cannot stand,"—Sen. Barack Hussein Obama
What is so preposterous and hypocritical about a Democrat making such a plea is it was Democrats who have build the walls of partisan separation in this country. A Democrat has no business lecturing the world about tearing down walls that divide, if it were not for Al Gore and the 2000 elections and subsequently the likes of Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid, Charles Schemer, Hillary Clinton, and Howard Dean American would not be stuck in the quagmire of a Red State Blue State divide.

Sen. Obama’s words were words coming from an ultra-Partisan that only beat out a super Partisan Sen. Hillary Clinton because the radical left wing netroots of George Soros and boosted his candidacy to a multimillion dollar campaign victory. This is the same radical far left wing arm of the Democrat Party which wishes to help Sen. Obama secure the Presidency now.

Sen. Obama’s Party is guilty of building walls of partisanship and separation in this country. For almost 8 years Sen. Obama’s Party undermined and demonized the leader of the Free world. So much so that leaders of oppressive theocratic and socialist nations felt welcome to come to the United Nations in New York and denounce our President before the world.

If the world hates America and America’s president it is because Democrats introduced and unleashed the venom of political hatred into the political mainstream of world politics. For Sen. Obama to call on the world to tear down walls epitomizes the sheer two-facedness of the Democrat party.

Sen. Obama’s hypocrisy notwithstanding the question that begs an answer is as a citizen of the world would Sen. Obama’s total allegiance be to the United States of America or would he feel that he is subject to the United Nations’ World Court at The Hague?

For that matter would a President Obama felt that he has two governing principles, the U.S. Constitution and the United Nations’ Universal Declaration of Human Rights, to be equally followed?

Would a President Obama allow the World Court to try a U.S. citizen for any reason?

Would a President Obama, and citizen of the world, govern by superceding the U.S. constitution with International law if he felt that it was appropriate to do so?

I don’t know maybe I’m old-fashioned but I think that one should first be President of the United States of America before one goes around the world acting like it and lecturing the world. (Transcript of speech)
People of Berlin - and people of the world - the scale of our challenge is great. The road ahead will be long. But I come before you to say that we are heirs to a struggle for freedom. We are a people of improbable hope. Let us build on our common history, and seize our common destiny, and once again engage in that noble struggle to bring justice and peace to our world.—Barack Hussein Obama
Also, before you call on the people of the world Sen. Obama maybe you should be elected President of the World or some such magnanimous title befitting of someone of your vision to speak to the world’s masses.

I’m thinking that Americans would settle for someone who is an American first, last and always. America now faces challenges that will require the full attention and allegiance of its elected leader someone who will protect American from all enemies both foreign and domestic if that is not your vision as to what an American President is Sen. Obama then maybe you should run for President of the world.

Right now in America it is not the time for blurred citizenship we need a leader who can tell the difference between an American citizen and someone who uses the American citizens. We need a President who will protect America from those who have no allegiance to this great country and its traditions but continue to take her resources and wealth.

America is in serious need of a President, a citizen of America and in your speech before the German people and the world Sen. Obama you told America that, that person is not you! (see entire speech)about 20mins.


  1. I guess no one told the fool that German
    votes aren't counted in the United States
    Presidential elections.

  2. Anonymous10:08 AM

    Don't tell him yourself, RC. It's better that Barak gets the Electoral Votes of France and Germany than of Texas and Florida. Let him think that he has to chase after the Electoral Votes of 57 States he spoke of once (the 50 we know plus France, Germany, England, Israel, Antarctica, Jordan, and Lebanon) like wild geese.

    A reasonably High IQ is preferred in a President. Though John is no Einstein (not even an Alfred E. Neuman), he still has at least 20 points over Barak.

    Let Barak perish by his own Folly!

  3. Well Obama did say that he had visited 57 states with one to go!