In Russia, Barack Hussein Obama made what some consider a “faux pas” or “Obamateurism“, but what I believe was very intentional.
Recall that Obama said he was “not allowed” to go to Alaska…
Uh, Alaska and Hawaii I was not allowed to go to, even though I really wanted to visit, but my staff would not, uh, justify it.
I asked, “Who’s in charge?”
And I asked, “Do the people behind Obama’s campaign … think that Alaska and Hawaii should not belong to the United States?
Keep in mind that a leading Russian political analyst has said, “we could claim Alaska – it was only granted on lease, after all“.
Putin (through his puppet Dmitry Medvedev) had the armies of Russia invade Georgia. I believe it is a very real possibility that he wants Alaska back, too. All the more reason why Democratic Socialist Communists hate Sarah Palin. (It’s also no joke that you can see Russia from parts of Alaska, which is what Sarah Palin said, not “I can see Russia from my house”, which is what Tina Fey said).
I believe that Obama and the rest of the Democratic Socialist Communists think that the “imperialist” United States should not include Alaska and Hawaii.
Keep in mind that Obama was born a British subject, as the son of a British subject from a British colony.
I don’t know about you, but my earliest childhood memories are from roughly the age of three.
Keep in mind that Obama’s earliest childhood memories are of growing up in Indonesia, the worlds’ most populous Muslim nation, which had only become independent from Dutch colonists 16 years before Barack’s birth.
Barack Hussein Obama operates from an anti-colonial, anti-imperialist mindset, and has chosen, throughout his life, to associate with people who think the same way. Frank Marshall Davis, William Ayers, etc.
Also consider these articles from American Thinker:
April 23, 2009
American Imperialism, Obama Style
By James Lewis
April 24, 2009
Obama, Alinsky, and Scapegoats
By James Lewis
June 25, 2009
Obama, the African Colonial
By L.E. Ikenga