While the State Controlled Obama Media chose to downplay landmark voter voices at the ballot box in Western Europe, something extremely important just happened…
Socialism in Europe
was handed it’s worst defeat
since World War II
because of their Socialist Programs,
such as Government Stimulus Spending
and Corporate Bailouts
Obama thought he would dance the Socialist Tango with his Socialist European Pals as he destroys the US Free Market System.
But what has happened is… those “Obama Pals” have been shown the door and the Red Carpet of Welcome has just been rolled out for Conservatism in Europe.
Ohhhh my, Barack… you ain’t lookin’ too good!
Bring the July 4th TEA PARTIES!
Your Socialism, which Hugo Chevez says is more radical than either his or Fidel’s is gonna get the Boot come the US elections in 2010 and 2012.
What you are doing is paving the way for Conservatives to retake power and play the role of White Knight riding in to save the day
with Sarah Palin leading the way!
Now… lets just have a lil’ ole look-see at what is being reported about the DEFEAT of Socialism in Europe, shall we????
Conservatives score wins in EU parliament voting
By CONSTANT BRAND – 4 hours ago
BRUSSELS (AP) — Right-leaning parties hailed European Parliament victories as a vote against stimulus spending and corporate bailouts, pledging Monday to forge ahead with conservative approaches to the economic crisis.
Socialists said they would rethink their platforms in the wake of heavy defeats.
A record low voter turnout — 43.4 percent — in voting that ended Sunday pointed to enduring voter apathy about the European Union. It was a discouraging sign for EU officials hoping Irish voters will approve stronger powers for the EU in a fall referendum.
Ireland is the only one of the 27 EU nations that must still ratify the reforms.
The European Union said center-right parties were expected to take the most seats — 267 — in the 736-member parliament. Center-left parties were headed for 159 seats. The remainder were expected to go to smaller groupings.
Right-leaning governments were ahead of the opposition in Germany, France, Italy and Belgium, while conservative opposition parties were leading in Britain and Spain.
“You would have expected a protest vote against those governments and for the Socialists to do well. But it didn’t,” said Jackie Davis, an analyst at the European Policy Center, a Brussels think tank.
for the rest of the story see…