A lot has been written about how great Obama's speech in Berlin was, but not much attention has been directed at what he actually said. No doubt this is largely due to the media's voluntary censorship of anything remotely critical of him. Anyway, a transcript of the speech leaked out somehow. Among his soaring rhetoric: "The walls between the countries with the most and those with the least cannot stand. The walls between races and tribes, natives and immigrants, Christian and Muslim and Jew cannot stand," he said. Interesting. I believe in the old days before he started healing the planet we called the "walls between the countries" national borders, and in fact, we were rather protective of the idea of national sovereignty. Now they "cannot stand." What will take their place? Does he envision one big sharing planet, where the greedy rich people gladly share with those in need so that all differences are erased? Sounds great, but the american voters might appreciate being told ahead of time what will be expected of them. As for the nasty wall "between natives and citizens", I have a very good idea what he means by that. No doubt he believes the Bush administration has pursued an overly harsh immigration policy that has placed needless barriers to the free movement of the world's people, peoples who only wish to bask in the reflected obama glory. No problemo, we will just erase what is left of those borders and say Si Se Puede! to one and all. After all, who are we to say that every single poor person in the world can't come here and live off our welfare system? Who will dare disagree? Certainly not John McCain, who seems to believe pretty much the same thing, and certainly not the media, intoxicated as they are with visions of a black JFK and a new hip-hop Camelot.