Round Two, French President Sarkozy Unloads On Obama, Again


French President Nicolas Sarkozy unloads round two at Barack Hussein Obama saying his ideas are “unoriginal, unsubstantial and overrated.” While it seems there may be a smidgen of jealousy involved here what with the slobbering drooling media over everything “Obama” I suspect there is a great deal of guffawing going on among the European leaders who now realize what an empty suit the egomaniac apologist has been wearing for the last couple of years as he was running for president even as they eat up his anti American rhetoric.

I’m not embracing or applauding any criticism of Obama that may come from the socialists in Europe, hell he’s one of them and they will never come out of the closet and say what’s really on their minds like they do with Republican presidents anyway. However what many European leaders have more than likely discovered after seeing Obama in (in)action at the G-20 summit is he is nothing more than an actor placed in this position to charm and woo them into going along with the radical gameplan laid out by the Zbigniew Brzezinski and George Soros gang. Even though it is news to Hillary Clinton the Europeans have been around awhile and have dealt with their share of lying tyrants so there is little doubt the leaders, other than that fool U.K Prime Minister Gordon Brown, can see right through this Obama deception.

From the,

France has been cooing along with everyone else over the arrival of Bo Obama at the White House, but the master of America’s new First Dog is no longer in good odour with President Sarkozy.

Mr Sarkozy is pouring cold water on President Obama’s efforts to recast American leadership on the world stage, depicting them as unoriginal, unsubstantial and overrated. Behind leaks and briefings from the Elysée Palace lies Mr Sarkozy’s irritation at the rock-star welcome that Europe gave Mr Obama on his Europan tour earlier this month.

The American President’s call “to free the world of the menace of a nuclear nightmare” was hot air, Mr Sarkozy’s diplomatic staff told him in a report. “It was rhetoric – not a speech on American security policy but an export model aimed at improving the image of the United States,” they said. Most of Mr Obama’s proposals had already been made by the Bush administration and Washington was dragging its feet on disarmament and treaties against nuclear proliferation, the leaked report said.

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