Obama continues to amaze. He’s campaigned successfully from coast to coast of the United States, from the Pacific Ocean to the Persian Gulf. In Iraq, his plan for withdrawal of US occupation troops was endorsed by the US puppet governor of the 51st State.
What confuses me, though, is how he gets away with delighting the crowds with contradictory messages. While in Israel, he re-affirmed his support for keeping Israel a Jewish state, and even pledged US support of any wars Israel would want to wage.
But in Germany, he urged the people there to ramp up the multicultural goal — which eventually would mean surrendering their traditional culture:
Will we welcome immigrants from different lands, and shun discrimination against those who donâ€™t look like us or worship like we do, and keep the promise of equality and opportunity for all of our people?
Yet in both cases, the crowds cheered.