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MY will be done…Thus spoke Barack

28 Mar

Obama emoted his human kindness towards the Libyan people before a national audience tonight and pretty much said that he acted unilaterally. In our name at his personal disgression. In regards to Khaddafi murdering his own people Obama declared…

I refused to let that happen.

Obama, not America, acted decisively. Nurturing. Caring. The King of the new Caliphate had no time to discuss this with the reckless Infidels of America.

OK. Off to Rio. Woo Hoo!! Spring Break!! Check you all later.
But he’s over his indignation now and he’s turned the ugly details over to inferiors like the military, NATO, the international community and all that useless rabble.

Listening to John Bolton in the background as I type this he characterized His Petulance’s speech as a ‘Dog’s Breakfast’. Good description. The more I listen to Bolton the more I gravitate towards his Presidential camp, but I digress.

The next sentence after Dear Leader’s declaration that HIS will be done was this…

And so nine days ago, after consulting the bipartisan leadership of Congress, I authorized military action to stop the killing and enforce UN Security Council Resolution 1973.

That’s hilarious. Congress reacted to his decision to deploy the military to Khadaffi-squashing with unanimous surprise and indignation, from John Boehner to Dennis Kucinich.

Rio Boy consulted exactly…NOBODY, and the uprising was the only reason he gave this excessively tardy post operation speech at all.

Here’s what I did for you, America. THANK ME.

The American people are now asking how we can get a no fly zone out of DC. We’re looking for a full time President. Presidential cameos are not really helpful.

Update: To bolster commenter McMartin’s point, here is Eric Cantor on Libya from last night.

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3 Comments

Posted by on March 28, 2011 in politics

 

3 responses to “MY will be done…Thus spoke Barack

  1. Martin M. McMartin

    March 29, 2011 at 5:22 am

    If Obama is Moses, who is Sarkozy? The more Obama explains something, the more questions he creates. He creates a an inpeneratable protective barrier with his vagueness and ambiguity.
    Last night GOP Leader Eric Cantor, while speaking in Ashland, Virginia, was asked about the Libyan action and he basically answered that he was unable to form a critical opinion due to a lack of information on the role, scope, and point of departure of the U.S. in this mission.
    Obama is truly an empty suit who has used a strategy of voting present, delaying decision making, and murky explanations to fend off specific criticism.

     
  2. Saddlesore

    March 29, 2011 at 4:04 pm

    Maybe the Republicans need to pick up on the Biblical theme and adopt “Let my people go!” as their 2012 campaign theme. Since we are now just subjects to Pharoah, oops, I mean Obama, I think that would have a nice ring to it.

     
  3. Citizen Tom

    March 29, 2011 at 9:52 pm

    The scary thing about this is that Congress and the American public have let Obama get away with starting a war on how own. Without providing ANY excuse for not getting authorization from Congress, Obama started a war. The only thing stopping him is Gaddafi. If Gaddafi survive, that will embarass Obama. Tsk. Tsk.

    It is one thing to initiate military action without Congressional consultation because you don’t want the fools to spill the beans. You want a surprise attack, but Obama went to the UN. He did not care about secrecy.

    The American people pay the bill, and we have empowered Congress, not the UN to control the budget. What Obama did is unconstitutional. He took us to war without making any attempt to consult with Congress. And it took him days to explain why — except to the UN. He talks respectfully to people in other nations; it us he apologizes for.

     

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