Saturday, November 08, 2008

The world congratulates Obama

Fidel Castro, Madhmoud Ahmadinejad (a.k.a. "Madman Mahmoud the Used-Camel Salesman of Tehran"), and even Burma's head dictator are congratulating Obama on winning the election.

Doesn't it warm your heart to think on how enemies of freedom, and an avowed enemy of America, love our president-elect?

Saudi columnist Dawood al-Shirian wrote, "Americans have struck a deadly blow to racism all over the world." Oh? So when Obama received congratulations from the leaders of the UK, France, Germany, Spain, Italy, Greece, Poland, Egypt, and Pakistan, we were merely following in their footsteps, right?

In all those countries, the highest-ranking blacks I know of are Rama Yade, France's junior minister for human rights, and Jean Léonard Touadi, who only this year was the first black man ever to be elected to Italy's Parliament. So to whosoever in these aforementioned countries wants to make our 2008 presidential election into a racial issue, perhaps you ought to look at your own governments first.

And when will South Africa overcome its racism by the overwhelming black majority electing a white man?

Note: I don't really care about any racial aspects of the election. I'm just pointing out others' hypocrisy.

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