If elected President, Barak Obama would pose a dangerous threat to America's national security. Why?
Throughout the campaign Obama has demonstrated his radical and dangerous view to foreign policy. In a recent democratic debate Obama stated he would have no problem meeting with Hugo Chavez or Amahdinejad.
That would be dangerous and irresponsible:
First, it would provide undeserved legitimacy to state sponsors of terrorism. Hugo Chavez has made no secret of his hostility to the U.S. and his governments support for islamic terrorists.
Hezbollah is openly working in Venezuela-via Gateway pundit.
Hugo Chavez also led the effort to form a South American pact to oppose the U.S. and Nato.
Chavez has forged close ties with Iranian President Ahmadinejad. Iran has been commiting acts of war against U.S. troops in Iraq via their shia proxys. Not to mention Iran's terror activities in Lebanon via Hezbollah.
Secondly, such meetings with despots and terror state leaders provide an opportunity for propaganda.
This is the kind of thing Carter is doing, meeting with Hamas.
Speaking of Hamas, Obama has just recieved the endorsement of a Hamas leader.
American voters need to ask themselves just why all these islamic terrorists are rallying to support Obama:
Ali Abunimah, the founder of the islamist propaganda website " Electronic Intifada", wrote an article exspressing his support for Obama, in which Abunimah said that right now Obama is just doing what he needs to do to get elected. After which, Obama would "come around."
Then there are the terrorists who danced in the streets on 9/11 actively working on Obama's behalf from Gaza.
And now, there is an endorsement from Hamas.
While Obama may distance himself from the Hamas endorsement, the fact is these terrorists believe Obama is the best candidate for their cause. This alone should speak volumes to concerned Americans.
Update 04/24/08: Hatem El-Hady, who served as chairman for an Islamic charity, Kindhearts, which was shut down for raising funds for terrorists, is now raising funds for Obama.
Update 04/26/08: The page for Hatem El-Hady at Obama's campaign website has "disappeared", after it drew attention. Littlegreenfootballs has details.
From elsewhere: Senator Obama's Foreign Policy Judgement-American Thinker
Update 06/18/08- Venezuelan Diplomat Helped Hezbullah-jpost
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