|Yes, he is...|
When you ask a Russian what he thinks of Stalin, the typical answer is, “Well, he was a sick person. He was mentally ill. Why else would he have done the things he did?”
Stalin was a megalomaniac, paranoid and deadly. He killed over twenty million of his own people. I think most dictators throughout history have had all of these traits.
This is what concerns me about Barack Obama. How else could you explain these quotes from our Dear Leader? Upon his nomination for president, he said, “I am absolutely certain that generations from now, we will be able to look back and tell our children that this was the moment when we began to provide care for the sick and good jobs to the jobless; this was the moment when the rise of the oceans began to slow and our planet began to heal.”
I mean really, who says this kind of stuff? He is a legend in his own mind, and that’s dangerous. However, what really worries me is my realization that Barack Obama operates within his own version of reality.
I think the answer to that question may be yes. And that, my friends, is disturbing.
It shows that the president of the United States is not living in reality. The man with his finger on the nuclear trigger is a few cards short of a full deck. Any armchair journalist could off -the-cuff come up with a dozen or more instances of the same type of non-truths that Obama has put out there for the public to swallow. The Bergdahl fiasco was definitely not the first time.
The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and hoping for a different result. I have written on these pages many times how I believe that Obama is operating with a different agenda that is very destructive and dangerous for the United States. The well-being and the preservation of America is not on his mind. It is something far darker. When you combine this radical agenda with a sick mind, the inevitable result is frightening. Impeachment, anyone?
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Bio: L. Todd Wood is a USAFA graduate, a former special operations helicopter pilot, and emerging market bond trader. He has worked on Wall Street for 18 years and has conducted business in over 40 countries and travels extensively. Todd is a contributor to The Moscow Times, NY Post, Fox Business, National Review, and others. His first of many thriller novels, "Currency", deals with the national security consequences of overwhelming sovereign debt. He splits his time between NYC and Moscow. His website is LToddWood.com.