March 2, 2009
It is another indication the Obama administration is a continuation of the Bush administration — neocon commentator Ann Coulter has come out in favor of Obama.
|Coulter poses with fellow corporate media peddler of the false right-left paradigm, Bill O’Reilly.|
“On national security, we ought to be gloating because he seems to be continuing the policies of George Bush instead of MoveOn.org, Daily Kos and Code Pink and the New York Times and a lot of them are weeping,” Coulter said during a speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference.
“Apparently Obama got into office, got national security briefings and thought, ‘I can’t let the New York Times run national security.’ So I think we do owe a big thank you to George Bush for keeping us so safe,” she added, reports CNSNews.
The New York Times, of course, does not “run national security,” or does Obama for that matter. Barack Obama is a front man for the bankers and the global elite. The shadow government calls the shots on national security. Obama is little more than a Charlie McCarthy, a ventriloquist puppet operated by the bankers. National security policy under Obama is identical to national security under Bush because our rulers want it that way. It has nothing to do with MoveOn.org, Daily Kos and Code Pink. It has nothing to do with Coulter or Rush Limbaugh.
[efoods]In fact, the “liberal” or “progressive” organizations mentioned by Coulter are run by the global elite. MoveOn.org is a George Soros operation, the Daily Kos is likely a CIA front, and Code Pink is a creation of the Ford Foundation. Both sides of the controlled opposition, including the “conservative” Ann Coulter, owe allegiance to the New World Order.
It is interesting to note that Coulter has stepped outside of the contrived left-right paradigm and its cognitive dissonance to praise Obama on national security. So-called conservatives and liberals will be allowed to squabble over the budget and essentially meaningless social issues but when it comes to the national security state, the NSC, and foreign policy there will be no significant variation regardless of who occupies the White House.
Coulter told us as much.