Wednesday, November 5, 2008

Something about swearing an oath

Isn't there some kind of oath to defend the country taken by every president? When you hear Obama taking his, remember this:

PARIS – People across Africa stayed up all night or woke before dawn to watch U.S. history being made, while the president of Kenya — where Obama's father was born — declared a public holiday.

In Indonesia, where Obama lived as child, hundreds of students at his former elementary school erupted in cheers when he was declared winner and poured into the courtyard where they hugged each other, danced in the rain and chanted "Obama! Obama!"

"What an inspiration. He is the first truly global U.S. president the world has ever had," said Pracha Kanjananont, a 29-year-old Thai sitting at a Starbuck's in Bangkok. "He had an Asian childhood, African parentage and has a Middle Eastern name. He is a truly global president."

Sounds perfect. If here were president of the UN. You can kiss the sovereignty of the United States buh bye. His first act will be full amnesty for illegals, followed closely by a "loosening" of immigration laws to the point tha anyone living in any 3rd world rathole - say his brother from Kenya - just signs up and becomes a US citizen.

You think LA hospitals are bad now? You ain't seen nothing yet. You think illegal aliens pose a problem in public schools now? Just wait until the global president is done.


Burn baby burn

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