“Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!” ~ Holy Bible, Isaiah 5:20
Obama lives in his own “hope and change” twilight zone where radical Islamic terrorism is workplace violence and those who believe in following the U.S. Constitution are the real terrorists, traitors and racists.
It’s the same perverted world where trading an American traitor, Bowe Bergdahl, for the release of five notorious Muslim terrorists was somehow in the United States best interests, or declaring buffoonish joke Joe Biden as “one of the finest vice presidents in history.”
It’s the same twisted leftist non-logic that thinks that because American citizens could at any time be victims of random Muslim terrorism, that it must be a good time to disarm us so that we will be sitting ducks and target practice, as was the case in San Bernardino. Because, after all, nothing will scare away ISIS more than knowing American citizens are disarmed.
Another layer of Obama’s anti-American alternative universe was revealed in a new interview with Yahoo News regarding the prospects of Obama travelling to the communist country of Cuba.
Obama told Yahoo correspondent Olivier Knox that he’d very much like to visit Cuba if the conditions are right so that he could “shine a light on progress that’s been made.”
Shockingly (not), Obama then referred to communist dictator Raul Castro, the brother of longtime Marxist madman Fidel Castro, as having a “big streak of pragmatism” and that he did not see Castro as an “ideologue.”
Yep, you heard that right. Obama thinks that Raul Castro, who imprisons critics and crushes dissent with a system that allows the government to imprison people even before they have committed a crime, on the whim that they may commit one in the future, is a really swell guy.
How very Orwellian. Obama must be envious. Maybe Obama got his scheme to weaponize the IRS, EPA and other agencies to attack his political opponents from good ole’ Raul.
“I do see in him a big streak of pragmatism. In that sense, I don’t think he is an ideologue,” said Obama.