Saturday, March 6, 2010

Obama Muslim Summit Hosts Islamic Entrepreneurship

President Obama, known for mounting summits for everything from putting a police officer in his place to teaching Republicans the American public doesn't know jack about their own health care, will  host a "presidential summit" with Muslims from more than 40 countries to teach them about entrepreneurship. Another sermon from the summit coming for all the capitalist-hating Muslims around the world.

First question, how much will this summit cost American taxpayers? Will taxpayers be funding Muslim entrepreneurial endeavors here in America before other non-Muslim entrepreneurial ventures?

War blogger, Holger Awakens suggests in a comment to this article, the summit might like look a bit like this:

I'm guessing this will be a bunch of booths set up on the South Lawn of the White House with Obama parading around showing the American people via video the likes of:  
Abdul's EasyOnEasy Off Suicide Belts, 
Haji's PrayerRugs with Kevlar, 
the RageBoy Ringtone Emporium, and oh, don't forget 
the popular Achmed's Home Kit for Effective Honor Killings (includes knives and stones).
From Breitbart:
The White House on Friday announced a "summit on entrepreneurship" to build economic ties with the Islamic world, part of President Barack Obama's outreach to Muslims.

The White House said it has invited participants from more than 40 countries over five continents for the April 26-27 conference in Washington.
"The summit will highlight the role entrepreneurship can play in addressing common challenges while building partnerships that will lead to greater opportunity abroad and at home," White House spokesman Robert Gibbs said.

Remember his "jobs summit" for America in December? The U.S. Chamber of Commerce was not invited. The National Federation of Independent Business was not invited. The movers and shakers  actually supporting entrepreuneurs were denied entry to the jobs summit!
Confirmed attendees include liberal economists credited with shaping the $787 billion stimulus package, union leaders, environmental advocates and executives from Google and other blue-chip firms.
"He's going to get lots of recommendations to spend more money," said Peter Morici, a professor at the University of Maryland's Robert H. Smith School of Business. "These are the very same people who gave us the stimulus package. My feeling is we're not going to get what we need, and that's a complete change in direction on economic policy.

Other's talking about Obama's Summits:
Riehl World View - Obama's Summit Addiction

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