President Osama bin Obama’s First Formal Interview
Imagine if, with WWII still raging, the liberal elite and the welfare class teamed up against normal Americans to elect someone named Adolf Hidler, who gave his first formal interview as president to a German television network. It might have gone something like Obama’s interview with Al-Arabiya:
President Barack Obama presented a humble and conciliatory face of America to the Islamic world Monday in the first formal interview since he assumed office, stressing his own Muslim ties and hopes for a Palestinian state, and avoiding a belligerent tone — even when asked if America could “live with” an Iranian nuclear weapon.
The main topic of the interview was Obama sending George Mitchell to the Middle East to pander to Muslims and undercut Israel.
“What I told him is start by listening, because all too often the United States starts by dictating — in the past on some of these issues — and we don’t always know all the factors that are involved,” Obama said. “What we want to do is to listen, set aside some of the preconceptions that have existed and have built up over the last several years.”
When asked how he feels about Iran developing nuclear weapons, which the mullahs have made clear won’t be gathering dust before they’re used against the West, the heroic messiah equivocated, but did manage to assert that open plans to nuke us out of existence have not been “helpful.”
It will take a miracle for America to survive the next four years.