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Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Video: Obama's moral equivalence

I was looking for this video on Tuesday and couldn't find it.

This is the video in which President Obama elaborates on his comparison between slavery and the Holocaust. I have no problems with anything he says about slavery. Obviously, it was bad (we Jews were once slaves too and we celebrate our freedom every year on the date that we were freed). Yes, it should be taught.

But that doesn't make it the Holocaust. There's still a difference between losing your freedom and systematically losing your life because of your race or ethnicity (see especially his comments at 4:25).

Around the 5:15 mark, he goes way off the edge.... No one is systematically murdering or even enslaving gays.

Let's go to the videotape.


At 8:31 AM, Blogger Daniel said...

hussein throws like a girl!

At 10:19 AM, Blogger Unknown said...

Obama has a warped sense of the value of human life as indicated by his infanticide support, hanging out w/ people like Bill Ayers who FBI informant said advocated mass extermination of up to 10% of population, & as what's big in the news right now but inaccessible (denial of service attack?): zombietime's investigative report exposing with book images and exact quotes, that Obama chose for his chief science advisor a forced eugenics proponent...yes really. Again, direct link won't work, but I still can find it by Google cache when I google "zomblog" -- see it soon, b/c one of Obama's newest, most under the radar czars is ex-Google Global (Sonal Shah), google cache could go poof

A must read, I'm shocked no one except Alex Jones nutjobs have made a YouTube video exposing this , it's so needed.

At 11:06 AM, Blogger NormanF said...

I don't think he understands the difference... that is the moral difference. If you can't make moral judgments, you won't see them - Obama can't or won't.

Hopenchange, any one?

At 12:16 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...


while one should not make a moral equivalence, there is an equivalence in that in both cases, human beings were seen as being less than.

and thousands, if not hundreds of thousands of africans were killed during the ocean passage


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