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Yeah, Rudy, Obama ‘fundamentally’ hates America

Written By | Feb 20, 2015

WASHINGTON, February 20, 2015 — Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani did the unspeakable, even worse than using the words “terrorism” and “Islam” in the same sentence. At a fundraiser for conservative presidential hopeful Gov. Scott Walker of Wisconsin, Giuliani said he does “not believe that the president loves America … with all our flaws we’re the most exceptional country in the world. I’m looking for a presidential candidate who can express that, do that and carry it out.”

Democratic Party operatives have long portrayed Republicans as war criminals and baby killers, but nothing quite gets media attention like a Republican charging Obama with despising the country he’s hell bent on “fundamentally transforming.”

According to the New York Times, when a gaggle of their outraged reporters challenged Giuliani during an interview, he “dismissed the criticism and said he was describing the worldview that had shaped Mr. Obama’s upbringing.”

According to Obama, his upbringing compelled him to choose his “friends carefully. The more politically active black students. The foreign students. The Chicanos. The Marxist professors … we discussed neocolonialism … we were resisting bourgeois society’s stifling constraints,” wrote the president in his book Dreams from my Father. Obama Sr., of course, was a dedicated Marxist, like his son’s mentoring professors.

The president’s executive order to stop the deportation of millions of illegal immigrants is designed to provide social services, a free education, unearned tax refunds, Social Security cards and drivers licenses — with voter fraud an added benefit — for our Latin American invaders. U.S. citizens must pay for what Obama, his Marxist professors and Chicano students of Harvard’s La Raza no doubt see as reparations for American neocolonialism.

“He [Giuliani] also challenged a reporter to find examples of Mr. Obama expressing love for his country,” said the Times. The newspaper failed to mention whether their reporters were able to provide Giuliani any such examples.

Even worse, when Megyn Kelly of Fox News asked Giuliani if he wished to retract his statement, he said, “Not at all. I want to repeat it. The reality is, from all that I can see of this president, all that I’ve heard of him, he apologizes for America, he criticizes America … This is an American president I’ve never seen before.”

The controversy over Giuliani’s observation about Obama’s creepy, anti-colonial, anti-American otherness is designed to taint the man whose fundraiser the former mayor attended, Scott Walker. Giuliani, said POLITICO ominously, spoke “with Walker sitting just a few seats away.”

You can almost hear the sound of deep, warning cellos playing in the background.

The implication is that Walker should have rushed to condemn Giuliani and proclaim Obama’s Star-Spangled bona fides.

Walker and his advisors would be wise to ignore such calls and support Giuliani. It will serve to separate Walker from his GOP presidential rivals, a collection of uninspired, vanilla wafers tripping over one another to gain the imprimatur of Obama-media dinosaurs.

Contrary to what the dinosaurs define as an “electable” candidate, Walker has taken on and defeated the Democratic Party media smear machine, Wisconsin’s public-sector unions, organized labor’s bussed-in agitation apparatus, and successfully won his recall and re-election campaigns.

Obama and his Democratic Party minions would rather the American people continue to believe their freedom-crushing ideology is as docile as, well, Islam. The Prophet Muhammad, Karl Marx, and the Community-Organizer-in-Chief believe the sweep of history assures the hegemony of their ruthless, totalitarian ideologies.

“The future must not belong to those who slander the prophet of Islam,” President Obama famously said. Cultish Democrats and the mainstream media demand that we infedels substitute the phrase “hope and change” for “Islam.”

Steven M. Lopez

Originally from Los Angeles, Steven M. Lopez has been in the news business for more than thirty years. He made his way around the country: Arizona, the Bay Area and now resides in South Florida.