Liberals and their grasp of reality don’t match up very well.
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So we’ve got Obama in Cuba saying to Raul Castro (imitating Obama), “You know what? He’s gotta point. We are a bunch of racist kids and we have done a bunch of human rights violations, and I think we’ve gotta be open to criticism.” He wouldn’t listen to any criticism from me, I will guarantee you that, but from fellow traveler Raul Castro. And then to say (paraphrasing), “Hey, Raul, you and I, United States and Cuba, we have a lot in common. We were both founded by the slave trade.”
Little Raul is applauding. Right on, el presidente, right on, el presidente. Then Obama said (paraphrasing), “We got the greatest example of Cuba right here in the United States. It’s called Miami. Cuba built Miami.” I’m watching this, I don’t believe what I’m hearing. Except that I do. Barack Hussein Obama, welcoming Castro’s constructive dialogue on America’s shortcomings on race relations and poverty. It’s just incredible. It’s right out there for anybody and everybody to see. That’s the kind of story that everybody in America ought to be saying, “You know what? Limbaugh was right.” All of you who doubted me.
And here’s the mind-blowing headline of the day. Ready for this one? From The Politico. It is a story having to do with the terrorist attack in Brussels. Headline: “Why Do They Hate Us So Much?” I mean, this is a headline that screams, “Limbaugh’s right. Oh, my God, when I heard that, when I see that, I think of Limbaugh. Limbaugh’s constantly reminding us that that’s what the left thinks, that it’s our fault. What have we done to make ’em mad?” Remember after 9/11, State Department, I mean within weeks, and not very many weeks, State Department convenes a seminar: Why do they hate us? What did we do to make them so mad?
In this case we captured the Paris ringleader. That ticked ’em off. We captured the Paris ringleader, they go out and they attack Brussels. You know, the Politico story here: “How the Brussels attacks strike at the heart of Europe and shake its political foundations.” And in the audio sound bites we have people talking about how this is worse than Paris. This is horrible, oh, this is bad because this is where the European Union workers, this station, this depot is where European Union members, they commute through there. This is where the creme de la creme of the European Union commute, live, work.
This was an attack, as Walid Phares says, an attack on the west. This was not an attack on a slum. It wasn’t a random target. It was a specific target, and everybody in this country knows it. And I’ll tell you why they’re upset, folks. It’s more than being upset at just the fact that there was a terrorist event with, what is it, 34 people dead so far and climbing. I mean, that’s bad, but the reason, I’m just telling you, just like I’ve told you, “why do they hate us so much,” that’s the attitude. I’m right about all of this. The reason this attack has shaken them to the core is that Europe is utopia. Western European socialist democracies are utopia, in their mind and in their belief systems.