Posted by: Scott Lee | June 14, 2009

Read ROSS MACKENZIE in todays TD

If only I could write like this!  But then I would be writing in papers instead of talking on the radio (yes, I know, talking is easier and requires less brain power.  Richard thinks that fits me perfectly!)

Ross really did a great job of pointing out Obama’s real beliefs: 

On Cairo: Imaginary One-on-One With Barack Obama (Few excerpts):

You are there — sipping green tea with President Obama in this imaginary one-on-one . . .

Sir, in your Cairo address to Islam you were the first Western potentate since Napoleon to embrace the Islamist narrative dividing humanity into warring religious camps: Christian, Muslim, Hindu, etc. That implicitly supports re-establishment of the caliphate —

On the contrary, one of my applause lines said: “The fourth issue I will address is democracy.” It’s difficult even for me to express how deeply I believe in democracy.

So are you now belatedly supporting President Bush’s freedom agenda for the Middle East — as made tangible by the wars against terror in Iraq and Afghanistan?

You may have missed that in Cairo I did not once deploy the word terror or any of its variations. I did use the phrase violent extremism. I have instructed my administration to avoid such Bush-Cheney terms as The Long War and The Global War on Terror. Because I so deplore war and the notion of offending Muslim peoples, I have directed that our actions abroad to confront extremism be rebranded Overseas Contingency Operations. No joke.

I am seeking opportunities for Secretary Clinton and her people — all part of the Obama team — to sit down with the Iranians. The more we talk to them, the more the chances to educate them — and the greater the likelihood they will see the goodness of our ways. As you know, I am a dreamer —

No kidding —

And although they are not yet returning our phone calls, I am hopeful for positive outcomes in talks we want to have with — well, with everyone.

Talks with our avowed enemies tend to be one-way streets — buying time only for those on the other side of the table. Talks haven’t worked to our advantage with North Korea. And despite your Cairo apologia for American sins against Islam — wherein you failed to mention all the American blood spilled selflessly for Muslims from Bosnia, Kosovo, and Kuwait to Iraq (twice) and Afghanistan — talks are not likely to soften the Iranian ayatollahs either, if you ever can find the right numbers to call.

My staff has diligently supplied the media with catalogs chronicling the broadly positive response in the Muslim world to my remarks in Cairo.

As in so much, this conversation ought to be a two-way street as well. So let me conclude our discussion with a question for you. How would you characterize my Cairo address to Islam?


Can I answer that?  Mr. Obama, it was just another example of extreme Liberal guilt about American, a refusal to recognize the good we do, an opportunity for you to show you are more concerned about offending terrorists then defeating them, another Democrat refusing to recognize the battle we are in and a demonstration that you just might be the first Muslim President!

In a word, Mr. President…PUKE!  

Ross might be a long, lost Lee Brother!  Certianly, an honorary one!


  1. ROFLMAO !!!!!

    An IMAGINARY one on one is being sold to the viewers of this blog as being true???

    LOL no wonder the Times-Dispatch’s circulation is DECLINING .If folks want FICTION read an Agatha Christie novel or listen to “Imaginary Lover ” by the Atlanta Rhythm Section. Each has as much “TRUTH” in them as that Mackenzie column .
    Will he interview a Pink Elephant next?

    ha ha ha ha unreal


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