Brilliant Windbag Provides 4 & 1/2 Minutes Of Iran Air; UPDATE: Obama 'Deeply Concerned'

Greg Hengler
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Posted: Jun 16, 2009 11:44 AM
This is a perfect example of Obama's hopenchange rhetoric: lots of wind and no substance. Obama is saying nothing here. Nothing! What's amazing (and this is the definition of hopenchange rhetoric) is that it sounds, to the untrained ear, like he is saying something amazing, strong, and definite. I say, listen again. Obama begins by affirming, "I want to start by being very clear." Wow! I bet he will take some hard moral stance on a tough policy issue. Nope. Obama tells us he wants Iranians to choose who their leader will be. That is hopenchange. The 4:35 clip offers second, third and fourth helpings of air for all the Obamazombies to devour. He might as well say: "I want to start by being very clear. I am a human being." That would have been much more profound.



Obama finally put his moral authoritative foot down today by declaring his deep concern about the Iranian election, but doesn't want to be seen as "meddling." I am so proud of my dreamy Prom King and his leadership.