KOmmies Get An Obasmic Thrill Up Their Legs
Barack Obama's speech at the Victory Column in Berlin has caused a collective Obasmic thrill to go up the legs of the KOmmies. As you will see they are now acting like a bunch of enthralled schoolgirls...or like Chris Matthews on Hardball. Although the Germans, who can't vote in our elections, were enthralled by Obama's appearance, the big news for Americans is that Obama thought it was "inappropriate" for him to visit with wounded American military personnel in Germany. That is what will be remembered here. However, the KOmmie THREAD titled, "USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA!" is hilarious because of the silly schoolgirl blurtations of the KOmmies. So let us now watch the KOmmies experience their mass Obasm in Bolshevik Red while the commentary of your humble correspondent, noting that the KOmmies have already popped open their victory champagne bottles, is in the [barackets]:
USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA!
[That is the chant that Pied Piper Pitt claims caused the launching of the Third American Empire at the 1980 Olympic Hockey game.]
USA! USA! USA!
USA! USA! USA!
USA! USA! USA! ...
[And all the world basked HAPPY and FREE in the warm glow radiated by our blessed Obamassiah!!!]
can somebody please pass me a tissue?
[Is that you, Chris Matthews?]
After going through all of the photos, I am so choked up! But it's a "joyful" kind of choked up--lol!
[November is going to be very tough on you. Very tough.]
And Barak's shining like a beacon. That really chokes me up.
[Don't choke too much on your Freudenschade victory champagne.]
The hands just got to me. Watching the live speech as well--when he went into the crowd afterwards and all those hands were shown straining and reaching just to touch him! He is a very special person and we are sooooooo lucky to have him. This man is not ordinary--he is the "real deal" and way more than we ever expected to have.
[He touched me! HE TOUCHED ME!!! HALLELUJAH!!! I am healed!!!]
It sure looked like he was looking left and right and back again, suggesting teleprompter.
[The Obamassiah is wedded to his teleprompter. It delivers unto him the Blessed Message word for word.]
My tough-upper-lipped Yankee Mom cried. She said it was so amazing to be able to be proud of an American representing our country again, so good to be proud and not embarrassed.
[Did your tough-upper-lipped Yankee Mom also cry along with the rest of you when Obama gave his race speech about not being able to turn his back on Rev. Wright shortly before tossing him under the bus?]
I'll also bet BHO pulls a surprising number of votes from Military and Military Families, McCain's vet status notwithstanding, particularly when they find out about his votes--and non-votes--on GI Bill, Vet Benefits, etc.
[What about when they find out that he shunned the American military hospital in Germany?]
On election night 2008, I want to get phone calls like this: "Hooray! Finally! Welcome back to the world!!" Not like after 2004, when my dad got a call from Switzerland: "What happened?!!! What are you doing over there? How did he get back in???!!!!"
[Better watch out for a Swiss phone call this November that says, "STOP THE WORLD!!! I WANT TO GET OFF!!!]
Looking at todays map, Obama could even if he lost in Florida AND Virginia AND Pennslyvania AND Ohio AND Missouri
[Berlin has enough electoral votes to put him over the top.]
We haven't won yet. And nothing guarantees we will. It's been a bit odd, after the utter vitriol of the FISA diaries, to suddenly have all this energy and comments on DKos saying Obama's got it, that the game is over. This game is not over, and there's about a 50% chance Obama will win, and a 50% chance that the world is going to become a very, very dark place. Hell, even if Obama wins, things might still go downhill appreciably. Call your local campaign organizer. Ask what you can do. Stop saying he's gonna win. He might not. 50% chance.
[KILLJOY!!! I'm gonna enjoy my Freudenschade victory champagne no matter what you say!]
I wish they would chant "Planet Earth! Planet Earth!" instead. Partly to acknowledge that as Americans, we are but a part of global humanity. Partly to express/reinforce our commitment to reversing the Bush policies of slashing and burning our natural resources and redirecting our efforts toward reducing our output of greenhouse gases.
[The PC chant.]
I've been thinking about that a lot lately, as I consider how devastated I will be if McCain wins.
[I'm picturing mass numbers of Leftwingers permanently stuck in the fetal position with thumbs firmly in mouths.]
I can't imagine how he hasn't turned into the biggest ego-maniac.
[I can imagine that very easily.]
typing through the tears. I even heard a guy fighting back the tears, after admitting he had cried, on Thom Hartmann's national show because he was so moved by the speech.
[Biggest flood of tears since Obama's speech defending Rev. Wright...shortly before tossing him under the bus.]
If we don't get this man into the White House...I don't even want to think about the alternative.
[We have a Rubber Room reservation for you.]
the world craves a glorioius emperor. If we give it to them, they will bow to us. Here comes the Sun King.
[All hail our glorious emperor, the Sun King Barackus the Great!]
God I wish the election was tomorrow!
[Too bad we have to wait for Obama to make even more gaffes.]
Holy Crap! I am actually crying. In the infamous words of Michele Obama, "For the first time in my adult life, I am REALLY proud of my country!"
[FIRST time. Just like Michelle.]
NOW we're ready for debates and town halls! Obama has developed a new gravitas. He's earned respect. As well as the admiration he's had for four years.
[LOL! Yeah, reading recylced Bono material from a teleprompter in Berlin is really going to prepare Obama for the debates which he has been avoiding.]
this was the first time i saw obama speak and i was surprised. sure, he spoke well. but back where i was standing - a bit behind the first screen - there was not much of an audience reaction. people were much more skeptical and quiet than excited. sure, he wasn't addressing us. and that was understandable. he was addressing everyone in the u.s. watching on tv, not the people immediately in front of him. still, his words clearly fell flat where i was standing - with the notable exception of his mentioning darfur.
[Someone actually present at the Obamassiah speech tosses cold water on the KOmmies.]
I'm bawling here. OK, so THIS is what it means to be an American. We still stand for something. People still believe in us. We will get over the last 8 years. Oh, man, please, please, please let this just happen. Please, please, let us redeem ourselves with his help.
[You also have a reservation for the Rubber Room.]
This day is for Obama and the world. Thank you Obama thank you Germany and thank you Netroots nation. Do not take anything for granted. We have to win and repubs will do anything to hold on to the fascist state they tried to create. Tell everyone you know to vote Obama and straight line Democrats!
[I'll tell them all to be sure to vote on November 5th.]
Photos are great, but this diary is misleading. Chants of USA USA did not happen... maybe once. this makes it seem like a flag waving pep rally. That was not the reality of the speech itself, at least from my experience being in the crowd.
[GASP! More cold water being tossed by someone who was actally there.]
I see where you are coming from. From reading the diary, I didn't think that it was a literal chant.
[TRANSLATION: The crowd never did chant "USA! USA! USA! USA!"]
Germany for the 51st State!
[We need just 6 more for the full 57 states.]