Saturday, April 4, 2009

Come Together

With the weight of the world upon his back and with many an international ear set firmly by his lips Obama began the arduous task of healing this nation.

If you have read my blog in the past you will take note that I don't always agree with Obama at every turn. Yet I was quite exhilarated when I witnessed the positive reception he garnered abroad.

His eloquence coupled with the right amounts of certitude and humility then balanced with his willingness to be accountable for America's arrogance and mistakes spoke volumes, and it gave insight to the sincerity and truthfulness of his intentions, his tone was hard to dismiss by Americans and our global neighbors alike. Even as he made it clear to the world that America has also been the catalyst of many good deeds that have affected the world positively.

What may be hard for the world to believe, is the knowledge known by the majority of Americans. That knowledge being that even during these, the worst of times in American history in more than sixty years, the majority of the opposition party wants President Obama to fail.

The right wing has tried like an old cowpoke to cover their trail by swishing a branch over their footprints. It is to late to take back words that are recorded and videos that reveal the divisiveness percolating in our own country.

After having a near illiterate, rude and arrogant face representing our great country for the past eight years one would think that an American from either side of the aisle would take great delight and pleasure and be proud to be represented by a thoughtful person, a representative of our country who is held in esteem by most of the worlds population, and not in disdain.

I firmly believe in that America we have a duty to agree to always have healthy disagreements, it is part of our fabric, but to wish the leader of our country ill will and to fail is an act of treason. I hated what the previous administration stood for, but I only wished that they would stop breaking our laws and stop stealing our liberties by shredding our constitution. I never wanted our leaders to fail if only for the sake of my country and my personal well being.

I am glad that Obama and his team have extended a long awaited hand in an effort to aide our planet. Hopefully in these dire times all recognized world leaders will in the words of John Lennon "Come Together" right now over me.


Anonymous,  April 4, 2009 at 8:31 AM  

If Barack Obama's other orifice could speak, what would he say?(parody) BHO Taileprompter

del patterson April 5, 2009 at 2:59 PM  

I would add my two cents but it would be a waste of words. You said it best.

askcherlock April 13, 2009 at 1:57 PM  

Well said! President Obama was mocked at times for his eloquence, but his ability to communicate may be the very essential ingredient missing from the past eight years. If we cannot have dialogue with the world, we will be failed Isolationists. Our nation needs to reach out to others and remedy the image they have of us. So far he has exceeded even my expectations.

Keeper,  April 15, 2009 at 11:04 AM  

THE COMING REVOLUTION GERALD CELENTE APRIL 1ST, 2009I fear Washington is leding us down the primrose path to a living hell.

tom kando November 8, 2009 at 3:16 PM  

European American Blog

Why are we in Pakistan - and Everywhere Else?

Day after day, we read how much the Pakistanis hate us, and how they blame us for all their woes. Some believe that car bombings, such as the one that killed 150 people last week, are carried out by Americans. Sure. And the World Trade Center was blown up by George W. Bush, right? Why on earth does America behave this way? We just increased our aid package to Pakistan by $8 billion. That’s over and beyond the annual billions we have already been spending on that country for God knows how many years. When two married people hate each other, they get a divorce. Why are we even there? Oh yes, I forgot - Al Qaeda, the Taliban, terrorism.

If that’s the reason, then we should also be in all the other potential havens for terrorists, including Somalia, Sudan, Uzbekistan, Yemen, Iran, North Korea, Chechnya, practically every other Middle Eastern country, half of Africa, and don’t forget the narco-terrorists in Latin America. We should be "nation building" not just in Iraq, Afghanistan and Pakistan, but also in dozens of other countries.
Is there a quicker way for America to bleed and to spend itself into oblivion? Nuts!

  © Blogger template The Professional Template by 2008

Back to TOP