Why dose America hate there leaders?

I am wondering why Americans love there president at first and all ways hates them in the end? I don't like Obama, but at first every body loved him, now people are starting to no like him? are Americans so board they must find ANY THING to hate??? I just want to know why that is so?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Why does the president hate us?

    The President Who Hates His Country

    http://canadafreepress.com/index.php/article/10784

    The peerless oratory and tireless diplomacy of the man who would become Israel’s Foreign Minister, Abba Eban convinced the entire world that after the wanton murder of six-million Jews in the Holocaust its straggling survivors deserved their own state of Israel. The inspiring words and decisive actions of President Ronald Reagan ended the Cold War, tore down the Berlin Wall, and restored economic prosperity to America. The efforts of these towering figures resulted in a more highly-evolved world.

    We have also seen the opposite in totalitarian leaders like Hitler, Mussolini, Fidel Castro, Pol Pot, Mao, and Saddam Hussein, among others, who exploited their masses, destroyed their economies, brought havoc, turbulence, grief and massive death within and outside of their countries, and made the world a more dangerous and threatening place.

    The one thing all of these virtuous and evil men had in common was love for their respective countries, in fact a burning passion that superseded all else. The virtuous believed in freedom and democracy. The evil believed in subjugation of their peoples and lifetime tenures for themselves in order to actualize their goals of conquering their eternal enemies – Americans and Jews.

    Today, we have a new crop of inveterate America- and Jew-haters, among them the Marxist leader of Venezuela Hugo Chavez, Nicaragua’s president Daniel Ortega, Iran’s “death-to-America-and-Israel” study-in-abnormal-psychology Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, and the ever-sabotage-America and anti-Semitic “leaders” of the 22-Arab states that surround Israel.

    I have either read about or observed firsthand all of these people. Yet in my decades of commenting on the political scene, I cannot recall a single leader of any country or regime who has ever spoken negatively of his country or tolerated others speaking ill of the land or the people he represented

    Until now

    Bizarre and, yes, repugnant as it is to our essentially centrist country, America now has a president who has broken that time-honored tradition. Barack Obama, on the campaign trail and as the leader of the free world is the first U.S. president to proclaim to anyone within earshot that he, like his wife, is not proud of his country, and is all-too-willing to offer serial apologies – for America! – to Americans and foreigners alike.

    As Ed Lasky writes: “We know that during the campaign [Obama] warned that criticism of his wife was `off-limits’. But criticism of America – well, that is fine.”

    We also know that during his run for the presidency, Obama expressed sneering condescension towards all those bible-clasping, gun-owning yahoos who “cling” to those silly things, and that in Europe he consistently gave voice to America’s supposed “sins.” But all that pales in comparison to the clear contempt – looks more like hatred to me – that Obama feels for the United States of America and for its most revered founding document, the U.S. Constitution.

    In just the first 100-days of his tenure, Obama’s words and actions have demonstrated that he is no friend of the country he leads. This is only a smattering of what happened on his recent three-continent trip abroad and to Mexico:

    •In France, Obama told his audience that America “has shown arrogance and been dismissive, even derisive” toward Europe.

    •In Prague, Obama – in true utopian-kindergarten fashion – pledged “with conviction” that America will “seek the peace and security of a world without nuclear weapons.” In other words, destroy big bad America’s ability to defend itself!

    •In London, Obama made clear that the world’s financial wealth was no longer made by those inferior leaders Roosevelt and Churchill, effectively ceding America’s leading role in creating and sharing wealth to nations that have never measured up to our country’s bountiful generosity or spirit of free-market entrepreneurship.

    •In Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, Obama sat passively while the Marxist Chavez handed him an American-bashing book and delivered another revile-America speech, while never once rising to defend our country.

    •In Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, Obama again sat passively while the Marxist Ortega blamed the United States for a century of what he called terroristic U.S. aggression in Central America, again emitting not a whisper of defense on our country’s behalf.

    •In Turkey, Obama said – incredibly and inaccurately – that America was not a Christian nation.

    •And in his recent trip to Mexico, Obama said that the escalating border violence was essentially America’s fault.

    Scan you memory. Can you think of any other leader in world history who so consistently badmouths his own country, or fails to defend it? I can’t.

    Wall St. Journal writer Dorothy Rabinowitz notes that Obama “had gone to Europe not as the voice of his nation, but as a missionary with a message of atonement for its errors. No sitting American president had ever delivered indictments of this kind while abroad, or for that matter at home. When [our allies] see Obama’s moral equivalence, they realize they are on their own and must cut their own deals to survive – understanding that multicultural trendiness is now a cynical cover for moral laxity and ‘can’t we all get along?’

    Historian Victor Davis Hanson also noticed something odd about Obama’s apology tour. “Despite this fresh climate of atonement, there was a complete absence of a single apology from any other foreign leader…not a word came from Britain about colonialism…nothing from Germany on the Holocaust…not a peep from France about Algeria or Vietnam. Turkey was mum on the Armenian killings…Russia said nothing about the 30 million murdered by Stalin…Nothing came from China about the 70 million who perished under Mao…Mr. Medvedev said nothing about Putin’s brutish rule…We saw no concrete evidence of any help — or hope and change — from any foreign leader. Zilch.”

    In addition, Hanson continues, “We hear nothing about our Gettysburg, or our entry into World War I. Iwo Jima and the Bulge are never alluded to. Drawing the line in Korea and forcing the end of the Soviet monstrosity are taboo subjects. That we pledged the life of New York for Berlin in the Cold War is unknown. Liberating Afghanistan and Iraq from the diabolical Taliban and Saddam Hussein is left unsaid. The Civil Rights movement, the Great Society, affirmative action, and present billion-dollar foreign-aid programs apparently never existed. Millions of Africans have been saved by George Bush’s efforts at extending life-saving medicines to AIDS patients — but again, this is never referenced.”

    Blogger James Lewis says that Obama’s “obsessive need to put down his own country shows a stunningly ignorant man who has evidently never spoken to a concentration camp survivor, a Cuban refugee, a boat person from Vietnam, a Soviet dissident, or a survivor of Mao’s purges.”

    And Media Research Center’s Brent Bozell adds, “Obama `gets’ the America-haters.”

    http://canadafreepress.com/index.php/article/10784

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  • 1 decade ago

    1. They don't vote

    2. The Americans believe in one syllable campaign slogans..Out with

    with Bush.

    3. The love of oil

    4. American like short wars

    5.They believe the American dollar can buy peace

    6.American voters are like people who vote for contestants on American

    Idol. Like a spring fashion show ( popular for only three months)

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  • 1 decade ago

    Media just like the rest of the western world is very powerful and can make you or break you.

    One minute your on a pedestal and the next it can come smashing down.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Umm Land of the free, home of the brave and freedom of speech!I love Obama. Didn't care for Bush.Loved Clinton.

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  • 1 decade ago

    ever buy something that looked great in the store but was a piece of junk when you got it home and tried it out. Same thing happens with politicians. People vote for the image, but when they see them in action, their opinion changes quickly.

    My opinion of Obama has not changed and I didn't vote for him. But buyer's remorse is very common.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Obama is The Man!

    Kick the stupid republican Buttocks up UP into the Air!!!

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    All the US leaders have dog leash around their necks

    and

    Only bark in Hebrew

    Ann " Jew " Lewis said it best:

    " The role of the President of the United States is to bark only when Fat, White Russians in Israel demands it. International Fat White Jews should not have to waste time and money choosing and picking pet dogs from the US political arena.............. amen "

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  • Obama is the MAN!

    the only people that don't like him now, are the ones that didn't like him back in November of 2008.

    nothing has changed...

    Source(s): bye now...
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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Does=something occuring

    Dose=amount of a drug injested

    I don't care for anyone not doing a good job,and very few in American politics do that.

    Source(s): Independent American
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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    nah..it's just a desperate minority trying to scream the loudest. america is full of fickle, attention deficit-types of individuals who only see the here and now..not the big picture or the historical context of the past..it's pretty sad.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Hate is a strong word. I do not hate anyone. I am one of the 58 million who did not want him to be POTUS.

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