Skip to comments.'Obama Is Not a Messiah Anymore'
Posted on 11/08/2012 11:14:28 AM PST by Olog-hai
The re-election of US President Barack Obama was widely reported Thursday in Germany under the headline "A Second Chance." That second chance, according to German commentators, would include the opportunity for Obama, without the fear of another re-election campaign, to take a stronger leadership role at home and abroad.
Several of the commentaries in major German newspapers took a pessimistic view of the prospect of breaking the gridlock in Washington between the administration and the Republican-controlled House of Representatives. But they also wrote that Obama should now use his post to more actively engage in the world, strengthening ties with Germany and Europe, but especially in the Middle East.
(Excerpt) Read more at spiegel.de ...
Germans & other foreigners view Obama through the lens of their own self interests. So their opinions do not interest me as I am focused upon my own.
Hes not a Messiah anymore? Hmm, I never knew he was one to begin with.
I hear crickets chirping.
Gosh, those Germans always have America’s best interests at heart. Look at what a nice job they do taking care of the cemeteries where all those American Soldiers are buried having died from those bullets fired from those well-meaning Germans. The Germans should be sure to provide their views on the Russian leadership so that maybe they’ll get a good liberal the next time the Russians come marching through Germany.
Obama already has ties to the Middle East.
Even Thomas Friedman on Charlie Rose Mon night said that Obama’s grandfather was a Muslim.
Do we have to excerpt Der Spiegel? Some of these websites won’t open on my Obama Phone.
In 2008, liberal idiots called 0bama’s victory “Camelot” but it is really “Mordor”..
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