Don’t the Democrats understand? When they run around bashing the United States in order to secure a path for their own elections or reelections, they do so at a risk. Take these comments from Libyan President, Muammar Qadaffi (at least that’s how it is spelled this month). These are excerpts from his speech.
“I’ve seen that in America, a candidate who wants people to vote for him keeps talking about change,” Qaddafi said earlier this week in a televised address on Libyan TV, an obvious reference to Barack Obama.
“They all keep saying ‘change, change,’ ” he continued, adding Hillary Clinton to his reference. “They want to change America and its current political system. They want to make a change in their lives. They say their system is a failure, that their government is a failure, and that their elections are a failure.”
Failure? The comments made by the Dems are being interpreted by this fourth-rate dictator as admissions of the failure of the American way! Don’t think he’s the only one who thinks this way. Qadaffi isn’t even the most extreme of the Middle East thugs.
I wonder when American voters will wake up and realize that the way to make this nation better is not to tear it down. While Democrats blame Bush for our bad image overseas, maybe they ought to look at their own rhetoric. They are the ones making the United States look weak and/or imperialistic. Rather than standing up for this nation and against tyranny, the libs are portraying us as being more evil than that evil which we must fight against around the globe.
This was just a perfect illustration and more food for thought.