Here is Some Change for America … Barack Obama Picks Up the Much Sought After Kim Jong Il Endorsement
America … wake up and ask yourself a very simple question. Why do anti-American tyrants keep endorsing the Obama candidacy?
Obama: Hope and change!!! For who, the worlds tyrannical communist dictators? Guess who picked up the endorsement of communist dictator Kim Jong Il today? That’s correct, the one and only candidate for change in America, Barack Obama. Exactly what type of change is Obama really want for America? Barack Obama gets another unwanted endorsement. As the Jawa Report puts forth the very valid question that all need to ask themselves, “Ask yourself why terrorists and tyrants all over the globe are rooting for The Lightworker?” So why does the propaganda machine of a communist dictator seem to have the same talking points as the Democratic party, that McCain is a third GWB term?
(Michelle Malkin: Priceless Kim Jong Il Obama Seal Endorsement)
The Chosun Sinbo, the mouthpiece of North Korea’s Japanese front organization Chongryon and often for the North Korean regime itself, has announced its preference for Obama over McCain, whom it calls “a variant of Bush” and “nothing better than a scarecrow of neoconservatives,” which is a bit odd considering that the Bush Administration’s giveaway diplomacy is better for Kim Jong Il than even Clinton’s awful performance.
From Little Green Footballs, “It’s nearly unanimous; terrorist groups and cruel dictators have made a clear choice in the US presidential election”. So why do people like Kim Jung Il and Fidel Castro want Barack Obama to be the next President of the United States. The mere fact that they do should make all sane people vote for John McCain.
North Korea’s endorsement of Obama will probably draw comparisons to the unwanted Hamas endorsement of Obama. Hamas withdrew the endorsement after Obama spoke at AIPAC’s convention. Fidel Castro, by contrast, took a more sophisticated and self-aware approach:
[O]n Monday [Castro] gave Senator Barack Obama an endorsement of sorts, calling him “the most progressive candidate to the U.S. presidency” while also berating him for his plan to continue the trade embargo against Cuba. “Were I to defend him, I would do his adversaries an enormous favor,” Mr. Castro said. “I have therefore no reservations about criticizing him.” [N.Y. Times, The Caucus] (One Free Korea)
World Tribune: Obama offers change Kim Jong-Il can believe in