Anti-Obama protests in South Africa. The blacks there don't like him either.
JOHANNESBURG - Police fired rubber bullets and a stun grenade into a crowd of hundreds of protesters waiting for President Obama to arrive at the University of Johannesburg on Saturday. The crowd quickly scattered as police officers walked up the street pushing protesters away with shot guns. "I feel my rights are being infringed," said 24-year-old Bilaal Qibr, who was at the protest. "We can't protest anymore. Personally, I feel like this is an extension of the U.S."
Protests have been planned at the university over Obama's visit and the news that he is expected to receive an honorary doctorate when he speaks later Saturday. "They don't believe Obama deserves that award."
"He's here for our African resources," said Nomagugu Hloma, 19, a student at what she called the "sell out" university. "Hands off our gold, oil, diamonds and land," she said.
If only they will hold him hostage for three more years, we could have a booming economy.
We'd send the TSA to liberate him, at least three or four agents who each weigh over 300 lbs, sounds like a good plan.