Sunday, June 21, 2009

"Neda Soltani vs. Barack Obama = The 'Voice' vs. The 'Empty Teleprompter'!"

On Saturday, the 20th of June, an Iranian woman named Neda Soltani was reportedly standing next to her university professor and some other students, among the crowds of protesters, when a Basij driving by on a motorcycle shot into the crowd. They are unsure whether the gunman aimed or not. The point is that these people do not have weapons of any kind, they were peacefully demonstating, and look what has happened.

This is the account according to Wikipedia:
"Neda Soltani (Persian: ندا سلطانی ; born 1982, died June 20, 2009; age 26–27) was an Iranian woman whose killing, during the 2009 Iranian election protests, was captured on video by bystanders. The graphic videos were posted on the Internet, and her name quickly became a rallying cry for the opposition. Neda means "voice" or "calling" in Persian, and she has been referred to as the "voice of Iran" and "a symbol of pro-democracy protesters battering the Islamic regime" in the world."

A very eloquent and heartfelt plea was posted by a representative of the Iranian people, explaining how they felt, and asking for our help — the world's help — with this situation, by not acknowledging the fraudulent regime of Ahmadinejad. Please watch the following video in it's entirety:

While this was going on, CBS White House correspondent Mark Knoller was making an in depth report, shown here. It detailed important things that affected our country such as what topping Obama chose to put on his frozen custard, and whether Sasha and Malia chose waffle cones (probably the more appropriate choice for Obama) or Brownie sundaes, plus the most important issue of the day: what flavor Puppy pop did they finally choose for Bo, the Obama's dog.

Obama couldn't be bothered to go against his buddy, Ahmadinejad, or put himself in a bad light if, heaven forbid, the opposion party won the election, because it looked like that was who the people favored, so Obama gave the lame excuse that we shouldn't meddle in Iranian affairs because, he said "the last thing that I want to do is to have the United States be a foil for, uh, those forces inside Iran who would love nothing better than to make this an argument about the United States."

WHAT? What is he talking about? He doesn't even make any sense! He should take a lesson from one of his predecessors. Please watch this video:

Finally, after being pressured into some sort of decisive action and after being ridiculed because of his inaction and apparent indecision, Obama finally made a strong comment on Iran, declaring that the international community was ‘appalled and outraged’ by what he called the threats and violence that had followed the Iranian election. It's too bad that he had to be forced into doing what he should have done instinctively as not only an American, but as our president. He's not only an empty Telepromter, but he's an empty suit as well!

Read more: Until next time...stay safe, stay well, and may God bless you all.


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