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Thursday, February 24, 2011

Qaddafi and Obama - Six Degrees of Separation

All eyes have been focused on the uprising in Libya and the crazy leader Qaddafi.  For some in the younger generation, Qaddafi is simply a crazy dictator that wears bizarre clothes.  For those of us "older" folks, we remember the Libyan leader's hands shoved deep into the Lockerbie bombing.  He is an evil man and should have been taken care of a long time ago.

But everyone is shocked, just shocked I tell you, at the delay in President Obama's response to the brutal response to the protesters in Libya - especially after Obama was quick to jump on the anti-Mubarek bandwagon.  I'm not willing to permanently don my tinfoil hat but there is a connection between Obama and Qaddafi - a kind of Six Degrees of Separation connection.

Who could ever forget Obama's "spiritual mentor", Rev. Jeremiah Wright?  Wright has been pretty silent since Obama threw him under the bus but back in 2009, Wright didn't shy away from bragging about his trip to Libya with Louis Farrakhan.  Gateway Pundit posted the following video...

Per Gateway Pundit - A video surfaced in 2009 showing Barack Obama's pastor and mentor praising Marxism and discussing his ties to Communists in El Salvador and Nicaragua and the Libyan government.  This speech by Wright was delivered less than two years ago on September 17, 2009.

Jeremiah Wright's relationship with Farrakhan is well documented throughout the Internet.  You can read Mark Hyman's 10/16/08 American Spectator column, Obama's Farrakhan Problem, for instance.  But this little tidbit from Hyman's article struck me as quite odd especially when reading it in light of today's world...

Wright's close friendship with Farrakhan goes back at least to the 1980s. Wright joined Farrakhan on a 1984 trip to Libya to visit Moammar Gadhafi. Wright predicted that once this became public knowledge "a lot of his [Obama's] Jewish support will dry up quicker than a snowball in Hell."

No direct ties to Obama but ties to a person that Obama once called a "mentor" - enough of a connection to make one go "hmmm" when you consider the polar opposite responses between Egypt and Libya.

No matter what the outcome, it's reaching a point where even Obama supporters have got to be scratching their head over who Obama really is and what he truly believes. Are the chickens from Obama's past starting to come home to roost??

BTW don't hold your breath waiting on the mainstream media to bring any of this up.  They are too busy worrying about Lindsay Lohan's possible jail time and the prank call to Wisconsin Gov Walker to deal with Obama issues.

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