posted on Oct, 9 2009 @ 07:02 AM
reply to post by jimmyx
I just have to say you are completely wrong.
Please don't assume that because people are suspicious of this "incident" it automatically means "right-wing" and "republican".
I'm neither, I was looking forward to Obama becoming president. I was extremely hopeful that finally things would start to change.
The FACTS are, Obama has changed nothing, zip, nada. Anything he promised to do is either ignored, not talked about or excused by suggesting "give
It's crap in all honesty. Obama has done nothing to improve international diplomacy and discussion, Bush leaving did.
You could have elected Barney the Purple Dinosaur as president and international relations would automatically improve simply because it was no longer
Bush running the show!
Now, if Obama had openly acted against Israel diplomatically for attacking the Palestinians, if he openly acted in criticism of Iran for their
stealing of the election, if he removed the archaic laws Bush implemented against the American people instead of renewing them, if he put his hands up
and said Bush and the CIA had acted illegally...If he'd done any or those things, I would agree he should be recognised for making a difference. But
Obama has changed nothing, he's just the next president in a long line of those who'll stick to the plan; bury the truth, back hateful and dangerous
regimes where it's convenient, ignore war crimes where it suits...
Awarding Obama the Nobel Peace Prize is an insult to all those who actually acted to earn such a title. It's embarrassing.
They should have issued an IOU, with the statement "if you do the following..."