The least American President of my lifetime announced his candidacy for re-election today. That he made this threat so obliquely (i.e., with no actual statement made to our faces) may speak to his own recognition of the absurdity and essential cowardice of his leadership. Or it could just be his usual level of presumptuousness.
But on this very same day, Obama also sent his racist attorney general out to announce (obliquely, as is the fashion) that their policy of trying Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and other Islamofascist murderers in civilian criminal court (and in NYC, natch!) was wrong all along and that they will instead be tried at Guantanamo Bay in a military court. As they should have been. All along.
Where, then, are the consequences of this craven reversal? Nowhere. Obama won’t be made to answer for such an inside-baseball issue among the vast majority of his supporters because it was never anything more than the moral preening of incoherent ideologues. Foreign-born mass murderers (and a few merely treasonous ones) have rights under our Constitution? And that trying them in civilian criminal court would somehow mark a triumph for American Justice? What asshole delusions! Obama and other post-Americans who think like him spent so much time agreeing with the Islamofascists that Guantanamo Bay was indeed the very center of American brutality and abuse of the Religion of Peace that they were compelled to abandon trying these bastards as war criminals in favor of a cruel circus in Manhattan that not even the wretched hack Chuck Schumer could abide. Obama’s opposition to Guantanamo was crap from start to finish because it was just him trying to square his campaign rhetoric with the hard reality of doing his job of protecting us.
So, hippies, is the prospect of Hope and Change v.2.0 enough to make you overlook Obama’s lack of principles yet again? He probably thought so —and has put your idolatry to the test again.
Last September, when the Koran-burner Terry Jones threatened to incinerate a copy of that very angry book, the Obama Administration and Big Media worked very hard together to give him as much notoriety and airtime as they could so as to demonstrate to the Muslim world their own tolerance by contrast. But now that this obscure gesture-maker and attention-getter in Florida has gone and finally burned a Koran (what, like, two weeks ago?), these very same exploiters want to scold him and hold him accountable for acts of murder committed in Afghanistan on Friday. Instead, they should hold themselves accountable for their appalling stupidity in using an American citizen with an unalienable claim on certain Constitutional rights to cynically try to improve their own image among nutbags who can’t even abide cartoons of the so-called Prophet. How do these dolts come by these mad props with such ham-handedness?
After all, Jones has as much right to burn a Koran as some fucking hippie does to burn an American flag. Or do his beliefs as a Christian —even the “extreme” ones— negate his First Amendment rights? Clever post-American degenerates need to think about that some. Are they letting their own bigotry against Christians militate against a proper regard for the First Amendment? Or are they so afraid of giving false offense to jihadist murderers who need no excuse to murder in the name of Allah that they would forget their own integrity as liberal Westerners? Whatever their rationale, the moral exhibitionism of Obama and his Administration and its tools in Big Media from before has now come back to embarrass them for the users they are. After all, they never had any control over this villain they made because they never should have had any control over him. If Jones is a proximate cause of those UN workers’ murders, how can these craphounds and politicians be any less culpable?!
Enjoy your new war on Muslim Country No. 4, Barry. I’m sure that your inevitable alienation and disappointment of democratic aspirations in Libya will be far less antagonistic to the Ummah than a symbolic gesture of contempt made by a media creation other than yourself.