He Was Against Regime Change Before He Was For Regime Change

Progressives say they are against regime change, which is why they have tried to destabilize and overthrow almost every leader in the Middle East and a few in Asia over the past six years.

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11 Responses to He Was Against Regime Change Before He Was For Regime Change

  1. Slywolfe says:

    When Obama pledged to “fundamentally transform America” he didn’t bother to describe his vision for America. It has been left to us to infer that vision from his actions and words. Some cling to an imagined common purpose, but it is becoming increasingly clear that U.S. citizenship does not make him “American.”

  2. Gail Combs says:

    Jesuit motto
    “Give me a child until he is seven and I will give you the man”

    Obama is what he was raised to be a hater of the USA and a Communist sympathizer who wants to over throw this country from the inside.

    The sanitized version from the Democrats:

    2012 Democratic Presidential Nominee

    …Soetoro, after obtaining his degree, returned to Indonesia in 1966. Dunham graduated in 1967 and promptly moved to Indonesia with six-year old Obama to join her husband. Soetoro’s early employment remains a source of contention, although the most popularly accepted theory was either as a Surveyor or Colonel with the Indonesian Army. However, based on several passages from President Obama’s 1995 bestseller, Dreams of My Father, the latter seems more likely….

    Much later in the book, Obama would recount his experiences living in Indonesia, a chapter in his life that profoundly affected both him and his mother. More importantly, he began to understand the naiveté of his mother, of her habit of only seeing the best in everyone and of her constant battle for acceptance.

    Obama spent his first three years of primary school in SD Fransiscus Asisi (St. Francis of Asisi), a Catholic school under the auspices of the St. Francis of Asisi Church in Jakarta.

    Three years later, with the help of his brother, Soetoro managed to secure a job with Mobil Oil Co, as an executive in their government relations office. The family moved to a new house near Central Jakarta, and Obama was transferred to the nearby government-run Menteng State Elementary School for the next year and a half. Dunham also found a new job as the Director of the Indonesian Institute of Management, Education and Development.

    On August 15, 1970, Dunham gave birth to Maya Kassandra Soetoro, and life appeared to be perfect for the young family.

    However, Dunham began to have reservations about the education of his son. Despite the daily three-hour early-morning tutoring she gave Obama, she feared that her son will lose his identity and culture growing up in a foreign land. And thus, in 1971, Dunham decided to send Obama back to Hawaii to live with his grandparents.

    The ten-year old Obama returned to Hawaii in the summer of 1971 into the eagerly awaiting embrace of his grandparents, Stanley and Madelyn. They promptly enrolled him into the Punahou School, one of the top private schools in Hawaii, where he will stay until graduation eight years later…..

    From a less sympathetic source.

    …Barack Obama is a “red diaper baby” who has spent his formative years — literally from the moment of his birth — interacting with members and sympathizers of the Communist Party, USA. His mother Stanley Ann Dunham has been described by former classmates as a “fellow traveler.” His grandfather Stanley Armour Dunham arranged Obama’s mentorship by Communist Party member Frank Marshall Davis.

    Key details about Ann Dunham come from interviews in The Chicago Tribune, March 27, 2007 and the Seattle Times, April 8, 2008.

    Done bouncing around Kansas, California and Texas in the years after World War Two, Stanley and Madelyn in 1955 picked up and relocated 2,000 miles from Texas to Seattle. The next year they relocated to Mercer Island specifically so their daughter, Obama’s future mother, Stanley Ann Dunham could attend Mercer Island high school.

    What was special about Mercer Island High School? The Chicago Tribune explains:

    “In 1955, the chairman of the Mercer Island school board, John Stenhouse, testified before the House Un-American Activities Subcommittee that he had been a member of the Communist Party.”

    After intense debate, Stenhouse decided not to resign from the school board according to an April 11, 1955 account in Time Magazine. While others demanded Stenhouse’s resignation, the Dunhams gravitated towards his school…..

    • gator69 says:

      The Jesuits were only borrowing wisdom…

      Give me a child until he is 7 and I will show you the man.”
      -Aristotle, ‘The Philosophy of Aristotle’

    • Edmonton Al says:

      well that puts an end to the conventional wisdom of “creeping socialism” .
      How about a groomed communist?
      And two more years because no one will impeach him.

    • It appears that Stanley Ann left Mr. Soetoro because he was working for an “evil” oil firm; they had many arguments about this, and little Barry was sent back in part because of this conflict. I suspect that the stepfather was a reasonable fellow — but his influence was intentionally minimized.

      ==============/ Keith DeHavelle

  3. omanuel says:

    One of these days your sense of humor is going to get you in trouble.

    World leaders know how important they are.

  4. Andy DC says:

    Obama is yesterday’s news. He is the lamest of lame ducks.

    • DavidS says:

      I think he is actually quite dangerous at this point. He has nothing to lose and he can stick it to whoever he likes and advance any agenda without worrying about tomorrow.

  5. Slywolfe says:

    I think Obama will eventually be recognized as a Traitor. Yesterday may not have been soon enough to avoid calamity.

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