Worst. President. Ever.
In 2009 the Iranian regime was shooting at protesters from rooftops.

Obama said, he didn’t want “to be seen as meddling in Iranian elections.”

In 2009 Neda was shot dead in the street.

Obama ignored their calls.

Today, two years later, Barack Obama called for the Iranian regime to allow protests.
The Hill reported:

The White House said Saturday that, off the heels of 18 days of Egyptian protests that ousted President Hosni Mubarak, Iran should allow its people to demonstrate.

Tehran had praised Egyptians for rising up against Mubarak’s secular government, calling it an Islamic awakening. Yet some trace the roots of the grass-roots, social-media-driven revolt in Egypt to the Green Revolution protests against President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s last election and demanding democracy.

Hey Barack… Here’s a little information…
The protests are over now. They were quashed.
Nice work.

 

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  1. We’ll see his statements juxtaposed with the Iranian and Egyptian demonstrations and no one will remember he was two years late and will look like a savior. Excuse me while I puke.

  2. Oh, NOW he tells them?

    Too little, too late, Barack. I agree that we’re not the world’s police, but you were weak then, and well, you’re not doin’ much better with world affairs now.

  3. But the TOTUS just told him now. . O-buma can’t think or say anything unless TOTUS gives him the words to speak. . . even if it is two years late. . . oh well!

  4. Obama is only saying this because he has been shamed into it.

  5. Didn’t you know? “president” IWonWTF is now calling himself The Gipper and channeling Ronald Reagan. This is IWonWTF’s version of “Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall!”

    /Ain’t gonna fly.

  6. Jim,

    I’ll have you know that there are people in this country who think Obama was a hero for making that speech after Mubarak resigned. Of course, they have not one clue about what happened in Egypt over the last 3 weeks, having failed to avail themselves of any meaningful information.

    However, it appears that other people may be more alert: look what happened to the cable news ratings. H/T Drudge

    CABLE NEWS RACE
    THURS., FEB 10, 2011

    FOXNEWS O’REILLY 3,325,000
    FOXNEWS BAIER 2,335,000
    FOXNEWS HANNITY 2,293,000
    FOXNEWS BECK 2,243,000
    FOXNEWS SHEP 1,936,000
    FOXNEWS GRETA 1,744,000
    CNN BLITZER 1,036,000
    CNN MORGAN 941,000
    MSNBC HARDBLL 844,000
    MSNBC O’DONNELL 843,000
    CNN COOPER 826,000
    MSNBC MADDOW 765,000
    CNN PARKERSPITZER 724,000
    MSNBC SHULTZ 575,000

  7. You know the White House is reacting to Palin’s tweet. Bet on it.

  8. By the time he finishes one term, he will have enough experience to be a really bad president.

  9. There is something missing in the statement , so I completed it :

    The White House said Saturday that, off the heels of 18 days of Egyptian protests that ousted President Hosni Mubarak, Iran should allow its people to demonstrate against Mubarak , Israel and USA.

  10. We need to vote Obama out of the office in 2012. He is the worse president in this history since former Pres. Carter. Obama is not doing his job because he didn’t fix the economy and create more jobs for the American people. He keep continue saying he wanted to raised more taxes. Everything has going up already like taxes, gas, food, housing, and insurance.
    His foreign policy has failed because he listened to George Soros & Co. and invited his radical group friends to the White House. Obama have a lack of inexperience and leadership. I have to say is that former Pres. George W. Bush has done a good job for the last eight years while he was is office. It is the Democratic Party are screwed.

  11. Not only quashed the ones who survived and do not serve a purpose (Moussavi leader of the green revolt) to draw out more have been executed by rope and crane.

  12. a video of slow joe biden was on and he almost sounded a little like a “let my people go” moment – calling on the iranians to let their people demonstrate. the behind the curb crew being a day late and a dollar shy.

  13. Following President Obama’s speech on former Egyptian President Mubarak’s decision to resign yesterday afternoon, Governor Palin tweeted the following:

    Media: ask “Will Obama Admin exert as much ‘constructive’ pressure on Iranian govt to change & allow freedom ~ as they just did for Egypt?”

    Today, the Hill reports (emphasis mine):

    The White House said Saturday that, off the heels of 18 days of Egyptian protests that ousted President Hosni Mubarak, Iran should allow its people to demonstrate.

    Tehran had praised Egyptians for rising up against Mubarak’s secular government, calling it an Islamic awakening. Yet some trace the roots of the grass-roots, social-media-driven revolt in Egypt to the Green Revolution protests against President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s last election and demanding democracy.

    Opposition leaders Mir Hossein Mousavi and Mehdi Karroub, both candidates in that election, wanted to stage a rally Monday in support of uprisings in Tunisia and Egypt. But the regime quickly put a damper on the permit request, calling the rallies “riots by seditionists.”

    “By announcing that they will not allow opposition protests, the Iranian government has declared illegal for Iranians what it claimed was noble for Egyptians,” National Security Adviser Tom Donilon said in a statement released by the White House on Saturday.

    “We call on the government of Iran to allow the Iranian people the universal right to peacefully assemble, demonstrate and communicate that’s being exercised in Cairo,” he said.

    Well, what do we have here? Governor Palin tweets, and the next day, President Obama jumps. The Obama administration is thankfully heading Governor Palin’s advice for once. However, it cannot be forgotten that President Obama largely ignored the green movement protests during Iran’s presidential election in 2009 and has not taken a strong stance against the tyranny of President Ahmadinejad. This is not the first time that Governor Palin has called for respect for human rights and allowance of freedom in Iran. In an op-ed published in the USA Today in December, Governor Palin wrote:

    But we also need to encourage a positive vision for Iran. Iran is not condemned to live under the totalitarian inheritance of the Ayatollah Khomeini forever. There is an alternative — an Iran where human rights are respected, where women are not subjugated, where terrorist groups are not supported and neighbors are not threatened. A peaceful, democratic Iran should be everyone’s goal. There are many hopeful signs inside Iran that reveal the Iranian people’s desire for this peaceful, democratic future. We must encourage their voices.

    When the brave people of Iran take to the streets in defiance of their unelected dictatorship, they must know that we in the free world stand with them. When the women of Iran rise up to demand their rights, they must know that we women of the free world who enjoy the rights won for us by our suffragist foremothers stand with our sisters there. When Iranians demand freedom of religion, freedom of conscience and freedom to simply live their lives as they choose without persecution, we in the free world must stand with them.

    Of course, in Governor Palin’s tweet yesterday, she effectively challenged both the media and the Obama administration using only 140 characters. President Obama may have released a statement quoting his national security advisor, but that’s a far cry from a bold stance for freedom and democracy. President Obama has taken a tiny baby step in the right direction. We’re all, of course, still waiting for the media to challenge the Obama administration.

    http://conservatives4palin.com/2011/02/president-obama-follows-governor-palins-national-security-advice.html

  14. Did any one listen to Col. West/Congressman West at CPAC? FANTASTIC! West/Palin

  15. Sarah palin is a thorn in Imam Obama’s shoe! It is amazing how quickly the Imam reacts to her criticisms.
    It goes to plainly show how out of touch the Imam is with America.

  16. Neda Agha-Soltan unavailable for comment.

  17. #7 Joe, #14 Dave and #15 Dan. That is exactly what struck me immediately upon reading Obama’s letest take on Iran.

    Of course, the charlatan is reacting to Palin’s twitter as no other prominent Republican figure dared to challenge him on that matter.

    If not fo Palin, the usurper wouldn’t lift a little finger on behalf of Iranian opposition for the simple reason; it is not his task to promote a real democracy. Qute the opposite. Whatever his superiors are, the target they have ascribed to him is to destroy democracy and freedom.

    However, the acting by Obama’s regime resembles the situation in Poland in 1981 during the SOLIDARITY upraising.

    It was in reality the Solidarity’s leadership concentrated around Lech Waleas that was in charge of Poland and not the desintegrating communo-fascist regime.

    If not for the military coup pertpetrated by gen. Jaruzelski under the Soviet pressure, communism would be swept away like a casual, furtive fart by a tornado.



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