Obama's love for Marxism

@ParaTed2k (22971)
Sheboygan, Wisconsin
June 30, 2009 1:53pm CST
The people of Iran take to the streets to demonstrate and protest against oppression by their government... Obama says it isn't our place to take sides in the internal affairs of other nations. The US and other coalition nations pull troops out of the cities of Iraq, making good on an agreement started by Bush and carried out by Obama... Obama apparently has nothing to say on the matter. A two-bit petty dictator is overthown in Honduras and Obama has plenty to say. Apparently the only time Obama thinks it's our place to take sides in the internal affairs of other nations is when the spread of Marxism is threatened.
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@gewcew23 (8010)
• United States
30 Jun 09
Well that just goes to show you who Obama supports.
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• United States
30 Jun 09
Yep, the rule of law, constitutionalism and international cooperation.
@piasabird (1737)
• United States
30 Jun 09
Bull, Heathcliff, where's his birth certificate? I'd like proof that he's even legally our president!
@irishidid (8708)
• United States
30 Jun 09
I don't think Heathcliff believes in the rule of law unless it benefits Obama.
@irishidid (8708)
• United States
30 Jun 09
Obama has proven himself to be an idiot. He's wanting Honduras to ignore its own constitution and let a dictator run their country. I think we're in serious danger of having him do the same thing and succeeding because of the weasels in our government. I hope to God I'm wrong.
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• United States
30 Jun 09
Far from "an idiot", this is Obama at his most pragmatic. While it would seem easy, for those stuck in the 80's, for a President to salute the ouster of a potential dictator and "Marxist", the current political climate makes that untenable. It has been duplicitous of the US to condemn overthrow A, but support overthrow B merely on ideology. Obama is showing support to legitimate government everywhere (like the entire UN did, by the way), both gaining international support for the future and standing on a constitutional high ground (the principle of a country having a constitutional government, that is). This is why countries like Iran even bother to have elections: it makes them look legitimate and violent overthrows become internationally unpalatable.
@irishidid (8708)
• United States
30 Jun 09
He's taking the side of a dictator. Since when do we do that? Their constitution said he can't change the law without congress approving, this guy did it anyway. It's called the "rule of law". Obama is an idiot and he's wrong.
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@ParaTed2k (22971)
• Sheboygan, Wisconsin
30 Jun 09
Heathcliff, the Honduran Congress claims that they were defending their Constitution against a president who refused to honor it. The Useless UN has no room to accuse anyone of anything. They are the biggest promoters of tyranical governments out there. Their only love is rape and murder.
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• United States
1 Jul 09
I dont trust Obama something about him is shady. It seems to me that he is taking more of an interest in other countries then some of the issues in the US. I can go on and on but i wont lol.
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@N4life (851)
• United States
30 Jun 09
Obama is making this country safer by restoring its' image around the world. The U.S. was not known as a beacon of freedom under Bush..in case u all have not caught on to that!
@ParaTed2k (22971)
• Sheboygan, Wisconsin
30 Jun 09
Oh yeah, I forgot, Obama is popular, and we all know being popular is the only thing that will ever be important! Obama says he doesn't want to express an opinion about Iran because it isn't our place to be involved in internal affairs of other nations... yet he gets involved to help a fellow Marxist. In other words, he's a lying sack of Marxist crap. I bet you wish Hussein was still entertaining you by murdering and raping Iraqis.
@ParaTed2k (22971)
• Sheboygan, Wisconsin
30 Jun 09
Iraqis are free to decide their own future, no thanks to the Useless UN or those who think it was better to leave Hussein in power than to help them be free. Piss on your selfish carcass.
@N4life (851)
• United States
30 Jun 09
Iraqis will likely just fall into the same kind of regime! So piss on your bleeding liberal heart..RINO!
@heathcliff (1415)
• United States
30 Jun 09
It is the ghost of the Monroe Doctrine revealing itself that the US would have more to say about Central America than the rest of the world. The Obama Admnistration position on Iran is dictated by lack of diplomatic ties and inability to do anything constructive anyway. The "Marxist" regime you are thinking of was the legal "will of the people" in Honduras. The US had to stand against any coup that seems contrary to a people's right to free election in a country which wishes to maintain open diplomatic ties with us. It is paranoid propaganda to associate this with some "love for Marxism" on Obama's part.
@piasabird (1737)
• United States
30 Jun 09
Hmm ... I wondered why he didn't want to "mettle" in the affairs of Iran but felt OK doing so concerning Honduras. So, he and Castro and Chavez on the same page? Go figure.
• United States
30 Jun 09
But a process existed to remove Zelaya from office and his opponents failed to care about their own constitution. Do you propose violence is the preferred solution to doing politics? As for the difference between Iran and Honduras in Obama's reaction, I am really sorry you are blind to that, but not all of us can understand international relations apparently.
• United States
30 Jun 09
I don't know, there is quite a bit of Kissinger "realism" involved here. America can't "go it alone" like it used to.
• Romania
30 Jun 09
Marxism is of course a discredited and failed ideology except for those on the radical left of the political spectrum!So, if you ask most Obama's supporters if they agree with his decision, i guarantee 9 out of 10 of them would say yes!
@ParaTed2k (22971)
• Sheboygan, Wisconsin
1 Jul 09
To most Obamabots, whatever Obama does is the right thing, simply because he did it.
@amechan (16)
• China
1 Jul 09
Actually i konw little about the politics of iran,lol
• United States
1 Jul 09
Over in Iran thats Obama's kinfolk what do you expect?? LOL