The Left's Obama G20 dilemma

Bill Zwerger
Are the world's economic leaders racist, or did they just not understand the message?

Following Thomas Lifson's deft appraisal of Barack Obama's utter failure at convincing the G20 leader's of his ability to grasp the very daunting challenges of the current global economic situation (or anything else for that matter), his few remaining apologists must come to grips with the inevitable conundrum:  Is the rejection of Obama by the G20 members due to their inherent racism, or was it simply a matter of not explaining his ideas more clearly to this group of dimwits (who obviously are his intellectual inferiors?)

As their reaction to the mid-term elections illustrates, those in Obama's camp believe it must be one or the other. 
Are the world's economic leaders racist, or did they just not understand the message?

Following Thomas Lifson's deft appraisal of Barack Obama's utter failure at convincing the G20 leader's of his ability to grasp the very daunting challenges of the current global economic situation (or anything else for that matter), his few remaining apologists must come to grips with the inevitable conundrum:  Is the rejection of Obama by the G20 members due to their inherent racism, or was it simply a matter of not explaining his ideas more clearly to this group of dimwits (who obviously are his intellectual inferiors?)

As their reaction to the mid-term elections illustrates, those in Obama's camp believe it must be one or the other.