Obama's brief political experience consisted of serving as the most left wing member of the Senate. What sort of leadership does the left wing of the legislative branch think America should have? This offers an appalling indication:
Former Cuban President Fidel Castro was "very engaging, very energetic," U.S. Rep. Barbara Lee, a California Democrat, said following a congressional delegation's meeting with the ailing revolutionary.
The delegation that traveled to Cuba featured six members of the Congressional Black Caucus and Rep. Mike Honda, D-Calif., and they returned to Washington late Tuesday afternoon and urged the United States government to begin steps to alter its relationship with Cuba.
Former Black Panther and current Congresskook Bobby Rush (D-IL) is delighted that a guy who urged the Soviet Union to launch a nuclear strike against America will now be considered our government's ally:
This is the dawning of a new day. Fifty years of foolishness is over.
Unlike the awful Rush Limbaugh, our new friend Fidel wants Comrade Obama to succeed.
Rep. Laura Richardson, D-Calif., was one of three lawmakers who requested and met with Fidel Castro. She described him as alert and said the former Cuban dictator "looked directly into our eyes, quite aware of what was happening. He said to us, 'how can we help President Obama?'"
Now why would a fiend sworn to the destruction of the USA and the freedom it stands for want to help an American president?
As for the human rights abuses that characterize the brutal Cuban slave state:
"We didn't talk about it much," said Rep. Marcia Fudge, D-Ohio. "You don't go into someone's house and insult them."
Her name really is Fudge, by the way.
America is in the process of being dismantled by its enemies.