Sunday, December 13, 2009

The Messiah Offends A Monarch

In Indonesia worshippers of Barack Obama paid tribute to him on the eve of his accepting the Nobel Peace Prize by unveiling a nearly life-sized bronze statue of him a a young boy...

"We imagined Barry, and we thought the story would be inspirational to all Indonesian children that when you dream big, they can come true," said Ron Mullers, chairman of the nonprofit group Friends of Obama.

It is in a park near one of the Indonesian schools Obama attended as a child. "I'm proud because he used to study in Indonesia, and now he's the 44th president of America," said Hendrawan, a sixth-grader who wants to be a lawyer. (CNN)

It sounds like little Hendrawan thinks he can become President of the United States too. Huh? I wonder why he would believe that?

Muller obviously is oblivious to the fact that Obama was elected because he "inspired" people with fruitless visions of "hope & change." Now seeing our country's debt growing larger Al Gore's global sized ass, more people out of work than before he was elected and no "hope" on the horizon, poll numbers in the U.S. show many of the once inspired idiots that voted for him are having buyers remorse.

But while the Indonesians are polishing Baracks bronzed Nobel Prize winning balls in a public park, the Norwegians aren't thrilled spitless over his affront to their leader....

The White House has cancelled many of the events peace prize laureates traditionally submit to, including a dinner with the Norwegian Nobel committee, a press conference, a television interview, appearances at a children's event promoting peace and a music concert, as well as a visit to an exhibition in his honour at the Nobel peace centre.

According to a poll published by the daily tabloid VG, 44% of Norwegians believe it was rude of Obama to cancel his scheduled lunch with King Harald, with only 34% saying they believe it was acceptable.

"Of all the things he is cancelling, I think the worst is cancelling the lunch with the king," said Siv Jensen, the leader of the largest party in opposition, the populist Progress party. "This is a central part of our government system. He should respect the monarchy," she told VG. (The Guardian UK)
Someone needs to tell Siv Jensen that Messiahs think they rank higher than Monarchs!

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