Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Who said that?

One of President Barack Obama's biggest supporters made a few observations this past week, defending his champion against the 'wicked right' in America. If you attributed these comments to current New York governor David Paterson, you would have made an incorrect guess.

Read these brief comments, and then see who is one of our Commander in Chief's biggest fans:

(Reuters) - President Barack Obama is trying to make positive changes in the United States, but is being fought at every turn by right-wingers who hate him because he is black.

"Obama had inherited many problems from his predecessor, George W. Bush, and was trying to resolve them. But the 'powerful extreme right won't be happy with anything that diminishes their prerogatives in the slightest way."

"Obama does not want to change the U.S. political and economic system, but 'in spite of that, the extreme right hates him for being African-American and fights what the president does to improve the deteriorated image of that country."

"I don't have the slightest doubt that the racist right will do everything possible to wear him down, blocking his program to get him out of the game one way or another, at the least political cost."

Former Cuban (Dictator) President Fidel Castro

If I were President of the United States, I'd surely not want my stable of admirers being filled with the latest rogue-list being published daily by world news media.

"Think about it!"

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