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June 23, 2008

North Korea Endorses Obama

North Korea — the prison state that has taken moonbattery to the point of reducing its inmates to eating grass — has unsurprisingly followed the lead of Hamas by endorsing Barack Obama. From One Free Korea:

The Chosun Sinbo, the mouthpiece of North Korea's Japanese front organization Chongryon and often for the North Korean regime itself, has announced its preference for Obama over McCain, whom it calls "a variant of Bush" and "nothing better than a scarecrow of neoconservatives," which is a bit odd considering that the Bush Administration's giveaway diplomacy is better for Kim Jong Il than even Clinton's awful performance.

Obama is praised for being willing to meet with the satanic dictator Kim Jong Il without preconditions, whereas McCain is vilified for being a "Bush clone."

McCain = Bush. Where have I heard that before? Oh yeah, from the standard Democrat talking points. It looks like Osama bin Laden isn't our only enemy to draw inspiration from them.

Ironically, Obama's the one who would continue the Bush policy of aid and appeasement, whereas McCain might actually hold North Korea responsible for having possibly the most repressive government on Earth.

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By Tennyson, via Michelle Malkin.

On a tip from Burning Hot.

Posted by Van Helsing at June 23, 2008 7:10 AM

Comments

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/opinion/main.jhtml?xml=/opinion/2008/06/22/do2201.xml
According to one UK reporter, history may remember Bush well in the end. Truman was equally unpopular during his presidency. I'm no Bush fan and I tend to agree.

Posted by: mandy at June 23, 2008 7:49 AM

Maybe he and Obama can sit around watching cartoons together. Obama can learn military tactics from Elmer Fudd.

Posted by: Anonymous at June 23, 2008 7:49 AM

Bush is neither as great as some day nor as bad as his critics say he is. How he will be viewed in the future is largely dependent on how Iraq turns out in the end as well whether or not Iraq and Afghanistan result in a long term transformation of the middle east into a collection of moderate Islamic democracies where radicals are marginalized in the same way extremists left and right groups in the US are.

Bush has had the most hostile news media of any President since Nixon. Its little wonder so many people have a negative view of him. Bush's main problem is he rarely addressed the nation on TV to explain his policies - his poor communication skills made trashing him all the easier. I have my own issues with Bush (as I do McCain) but the though of President Kerry leading us is nightmarish. Or Obama for that matter. Bush is a mediocre President as Clinton was - both for different reasons. I rate them both a 6 out of 10. Bush 41 - gets a 5. Reagan gets a 9. Carter gets a 1 - the worst President of modern times.

Posted by: Anonymous at June 23, 2008 9:06 AM