Obama Denounces American History to Palestinians Below Giant Picture of Arafat
Obama wouldn’t give a speech at Catholic Georgetown until a holy Christian symbol had been blacked out. In contrast, he didn’t have a problem speaking under the giant visage of dead-of-AIDS, boy-molesting terrorist Yasser Arafat:
In case background is needed on Obama’s fellow Nobel Peace Prize laureate,
[G]roups under Arafat’s direct or indirect command — including Fatah, Black September, Tanzim and Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigade — were responsible for hundreds of bombings, hijackings, assassinations and other attacks, including the 1972 murder of 11 of Israel’s Olympic athletes in Munich, the 1973 murder of the American ambassador to Sudan, Cleo Noel, and the 1985 hijacking of the Achille Lauro cruiseship (resulting in the murder of wheelchair-bound Leon Klinghoffer).
Completing this sick farce, Obama used the opportunity to denounce America’s history to Palestinians — the people who danced and passed out candy in the streets to celebrate 9/11:
“I’m reminded of my own daughters, and I know what hopes and aspirations I have for them. And those of us in the United States understand that change takes time but it is also possible, because there was a time when my daughters could not expect to have the same opportunities in their own country as somebody else’s daughters.”
It seems liberals will never stop rubbing America’s face in the hyperexploited misdeeds of past centuries — not even at the most inappropriate times conceivable. But even having participated in the worldwide institution of slavery will be forgotten before we live down the disgrace of allowing Obama to represent our country.
On a tip from Clingtomyguns. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.
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