Apology tour continues in Communist dictatorship
Barack Obama once again showed his contempt for America while paying homage to Cuba’s repressive Communist dictatorship.
In a speech to the Cuban people Tuesday, Obama used his fallacious brand of historical revisionism to liken the American Revolution to the Communist-led insurgent revolution that put Fidel Castro’s totalitarian regime in power:
”The ideals that are the starting point for every revolution, America’s revolution, Cuba’s revolution, the liberation movements around the world, these ideals find their truest expression, I believe, in democracy. Not because American democracy is perfect,” Obama stressed, ”but because we’re not, and we like every country need the space that democracy gives us to change.” Obama said that through America’s democracy, he’s managed to address “the inequality of so much wealth at the top of our society.”
He liberally used Spanish language phrases, including “Si se puede!” (Yes, we can!) favored by amnesty demanding illegals in the United States.
Focused on baseball with dictator Raul Castro and the next leg of his travels with his large entourage, Obama devoted just 51 seconds of his remarks to the Islamic fundamentalist terrorist bombings that killed 34 and wounded hundreds of civilian travelers in Belgium.
We can’t say we weren’t warned. Obama’s distaste for America was clear when he uttered his plan to fundamentally transform our nation during his 2008 campaign.