Saturday, July 26, 2008

Barack Obama Steals Ronald Reagan's Line, Citizens of the World.

Ronald Reagan: Remarks in New York City Before the United Nations General Assembly Special Session Devoted to Disarmament

Mr. Secretary-General, Mr. President, distinguished delegates, ladies and gentlemen: I speak today as both a citizen of the United States and of the world. I come with the heartfelt wishes of my people for peace, bearing honest proposals and looking for genuine progress.

My people have sent me here today to speak for them as citizens of the world, which they truly are, for we Americans are drawn from every nationality represented in this chamber today. We understand that men and women of every race and creed can and must work together for peace. We stand ready to take the next steps down the road of cooperation through verifiable arms reduction.

President Ronald Reagan 1981-1989

Ronald Reagan addressed the United Nations as a citizen of the United States and of the world. Why would he say this? Because Americans are truly citizens of the world, we are drawn from every nationality represented in the United Nations today. President Reagan was saying that we, the United States, are truly the care takers of the world.

Now this is how Barack Obama use this phase.

Tonight, I speak to you not as a candidate for President, but as a citizen, a proud citizen of the United States, and a fellow citizen of the world.

Now the important question is what did Obama mean by this?

"Yes, there have been differences between America and Europe. No doubt, there will be differences in the future. But the burdens of global citizenship continue to bind us together."People of Berlin, people of the world this is our moment. This is our time." Is this a call for a "New World Order?"

New World Order refers to a conspiracy concerning a powerful and secretive group alleged to be plotting to eventually rule the world via an autonomous world government, which would replace sovereign states and other checks and balances in world power struggles.

Now let us compare the speeches of President Ronald Reagan and US Senator Barrack Obama.

President Reagan,
"let me point out, at the end of World War II, we were the only undamaged industrial power in the world. Our military supremacy was unquestioned. We had harnessed the atom and had the ability to unleash its destructive force anywhere in the world. In short, we could have achieved world domination, but that was contrary to the character of our people. Instead, we wrote a new chapter in the history of mankind."

Senator Obama, "
the size of our forces was no match for the much larger Soviet Army. And yet retreat would have allowed Communism to march across Europe. Where the last war had ended, another World War could have easily begun. All that stood in the way was Berlin."

President Reagan
, "
We used our power and wealth to rebuild the war-ravaged economies of the world, both East and West, including those nations who had been our enemies. We took the initiative in creating such international institutions as this United Nations, where leaders of good will could come together to build bridges for peace and prosperity."

Senator Obama, "
I know my country has not perfected itself. At times, we've struggled to keep the promise of liberty and equality for all of our people. We've made our share of mistakes, and there are times when our actions around the world have not lived up to our best intentions."

Now let us compare the ending of their speeches.

President Reagan
, "Let no nation abuse this common longing to be free of fear. We must not manipulate our people by playing upon their nightmares. We must serve mankind through genuine disarmament. With God's help we can secure life and freedom for generations to come.Thank you very much."

Senator Obama, "People of Berlin and people of the world the scale of our challenge is great. The road ahead will be long. But I come before you to say that we are heirs to a struggle for freedom. We are a people of improbable hope. Let us build on our common history, and seize our common destiny, and once again engage in that noble struggle to bring justice and peace to our world."

Now, do you think Senator Barack Obama is ready to be President of the United States? I think not.

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  1. The mildest objection I have to Obama's candidacy is that he has no qualifications for the leadership of the greatest country on earth. He has never led anything; he left his "community organizer" position in Illinois in the same condition as when he moved in there, and he left the Illinois legislature without any momentous changes.


    Obama is a total fraud, a figment of the media's imagination and a puppet of George Soros. Beware.

  2. I read somewhere how much Senator Obama admired President Ronald Reagan and Mrs. Reagan. It was easy to do.

    I thought we would have another President like President Reagan, instead we got President Bush and VP Cheney. Bush had no political background other than the Governship of Texas. Of all places!
    A state where the legislature has more power than the Governor, and they only meet for a brief time during the year.

    I believe Senator Barack Obama has the qualities of leadership and the intellect to make America great and respected again. I think President Reagan is smiling right now at the possibility. He was such a kind man. We just need to get past the "inexperience" label and realize that we need a man or morals and character. Senator McCain is lacking in both areas with the affair he had with Cindy; even after his wife waited for him all the years he was a POW. She wasn't as pretty when he returned, but she loved him. I don't trust him at all. I'm more than willing to give Senator Obama my vote. He is more of a moderate than people think. He will bring America back to the respectability we deserve.