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Why Has Obama Refused to Honor the Fall of Berlin Wall Anniversary?

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posted on Nov, 11 2009 @ 09:26 AM
i am amazed that not one single vehement conservative asked in a snide, cocky, sarcastic way:

I thought Obama could be in all places at once??

But on a serious note - if he had gone to Berlin - you would be bashing him for that too, saying he has more important things to take care of at home. Grow up.

Please do yourself a favor and find an intelligent argument to make him look bad.

There are several to choose from.

He is, after all, a politician.

[edit on 11-11-2009 by Snarf]

posted on Nov, 13 2009 @ 04:51 PM

Originally posted by centurion1211
True. But how many of those events have the same significance as the fall of the Berlin wall?

No, you can see obama's "hidden" agenda everywhere.

His news conference after the Ft. Hood shootings where he had a good time for a few minutes until he finally got around to mentioning the Ft. Hood tragedy.

NOT A NEWS CONFERENCE...It was a conference for the Native American Tribes in the US where he was scheduled to speak to them...instead he acknowledged the events organizers before effectively ending the conference, skipping his speech and making a statement about Fort Hood...but you knew just choose to bend the truth.

And then he sends his wife to Ft. Hood instead of going himself. You also don't think the Ft. Hood tragedy is worth obama's time?

Excuse me? President Obama and his wife went to Fort hood and met with the families...are you just listening to Fox News? Or making this stuff up yourself?

Have you gone from partisan hack to outright proud propagandist?

He just did not go to Germany to celebrate...given the Healthcare bill, Fort Hood, The troop level decisions for Afghanistan know damn well the Obama bash idiots here would have pounced on him if he had ...damned if you do...

US President Barack Obama on Monday made a surprise video address to celebrations in Germany marking the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall.

"There could be no clearer rebuke of tyranny. There could be no stronger affirmation of freedom," Obama said of the fall of the concrete barrier that divided East and West Berlin for 28 years until November 9, 1989.

In the message beamed into celebrations at Berlin's Brandenburg Gate, once on the border between East and West Berlin, Obama told cheering crowds: "Even in the face of tyranny. People insisted that the world could change."

Honestly the anti-obama rhetoric here on ATS has gone from reaching to just pure hate-fiction.

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