We don’t dictate. We liberate from dictators.

| October 25 2012
Christopher Cook

America is coming around to the notion that Barack Obama is neither what has claimed himself to be, nor what the fawning media has portrayed him as. It is claimed that he “won” the most recent debate, and yet undecided and independent voters keep moving in Romney’s direction. People are coming around to what Obama truly is, and to the reality of his failed presidency.

After taking office, President Obama went on an apology tour around the world. He even said that America had dictated to other nations. Mr. President, America doesn’t dictate to other nations; we have freed other nations from dictators.

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phoenixlaw
phoenixlaw

" America doesn't dictate to other nations; we have freed other nations from dictators." 

That may well be the most stupid and uninformed remark that I have heard in quite a while.  Do you mean like in Egypt, where for decades the US armed and funded their hated dictator Hosni Mubarak?  Or perhaps Iraq where for years the US supplied cash, weapons and technology to Saddam Hussein, before we decided he wasn't out friend anymore and destroyed their country?  Or perhaps you mean Iran, where in 1953, the US overthrew the democratically elected Iranian government and installed the brutal Shah who oppressed and tortured his people for 26 years.  Or perhaps you mean Yemen and Saudi Arabia where the US has propped up and supported monarchies for years.  Or perhaps you mean Bahrain, which the US blindly supports, where the monarchy rules with an iron fist and suppresses any hint of human rights. Just which of these countries are you referring to when you say we have "freed other nations from dictators"  as you put it? 

 

Next time before you talk about something you know absolutely nothing about, perhaps you should just keep your mouth shut instead of proving your ignorance.