Lost in Translation. Again.

Today on her show, one of my favorite radio hosts, Laura Ingraham, repeatedly pushed the idea that the world would love to see Barack Obama become President. She cited The Financial Times, the BBC, LeMonde and generic French and Italian newspapers. LeMonde is a communist newspaper so it doesn’t count, and even if it did, the only stories I found concerned Hillary staying on the offensive and a Barack biography. Obviously communists prefer Obama because he’s to the left of Hillary.  As for LeFigaro, the other major French newspaper, I found absolutely nothing to support her claim. I also checked every Italian newspapers. Nothing. One of Italy’s most prominent giornali, La Corriere, a left-leaning paper, even ran “Israel Afraid of Obama” and “Grandma of Obama prayed to Allah for him,” neither can be construed as positive for Obama.  La Repubblica ran an interview with Bill giving faulting the media for Hillary’s lackluster performances in the early states.

The world is simply reporting the news. Sure there’s a fascination about Obama because let’s face it, when is the last time a black politician made noise in Europe? The last one I can recall was Ayan Hirsi Ali and she was kicked out of the Netherlands.

Just because his picture is on foreign newspapers doesn’t signal a massive global wave of support for Barack. It just means they’re following the story and right now, he’s it. 

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