During his appearance on Letterman last month, Obama the Expiator of All Thy Sins said of Nakoula Nakoula that he is “someone who lives here” and that he is a “sort of a shadowy character.” The rest of Obama’s word salad regurgiated for his fanboy Letterman were the incoherent stumblings of a liar too proud to admit that he’s been busted. Nothing he can do now will unring the bell of his lost credibility.
So “someone who lives here” is a transient notion to my ears. Obama didn’t call Nakoula a citizen or an American, pointedly. Then he calls him “sort of a shadowy character,” which is not a phrase used in normal human conversation, but in the minds of fiction-writers. But what does this President know about Nakoula? As an ethical matter, he ought to know more about him than most, considering what value he has derived from their association. Does Obama pay him somehow? Is he on the payroll of the State Department? Is he a company spook? You’re telling me that we don’t have some use of an English-speaking Egyptian Copt, if that’s what Nakoula really is?
Barack Obama doesn’t really care about the Constitution. He thinks it’s acceptable to knowingly bear false witness against his neighbor, Nakoula Nakoula. The President of the United States and his Secretary of State and his ambassador to the UN, among many others, have allowed the personal destruction of this “shadowy character” to provide themselves with some poor excuse. Why can’t they just see that it was a symbolic nose-bloodying, carried out on the anniversary of Osama’s great triumph? Or do they allow the possibility that it was a revenge attack for Obama’s drone assassination in June of the al-Qaedist murderer Abu Yahya al-Libi? Zawahiri himself put out the call for revenge the night before Benghazi! And Obama and Hillary want you to believe the annihilation of our Benghazi mission is because of an obscure propaganda video?
Be a patriot and vote against Obama. Your intellectual integrity depends on it.
On his program this evening, Bret Baier held up a copy of today’sNew York Times and said that it did not contain a single story about Libya. Is that really possible? The so-called “Paper of Record,” just nine days after our consulate in Benghazi was attacked and our ambassador murdered, had no new details to report? That’s embarrassing. Nor is it credible.
The Fourth Estate stands suspect with the regime it supports.
Why does President Downgrade expect you to believe that the violence of the last three days has been caused by a YouTube clip of some anti-Muslim agitprop? Because he has no fear of insulting your intelligence. He knows that you will vote for him no matter how incompetently his Administration (and that includes Hillary’s State Department) has acted.
I am embarrassed for those who call themselves liberals and progressives but who are making a sacrifice of our American birthright to offend with our speech and believe as our consciences dictate.
We must replace Obama with an American who has America’s best interests at heart.
Now that the President has made regime change in Libya a personal goal, his war there will be a failure if Khaddafi and his family wind up staying in power. Thus, his belief that he can prosecute this war from the air and in a limited way and without calling it war and without appearing to be responsible for it is delusional. Obama has abandoned so many of his own anti-war principles that he is simply incredible. Will his partisans hold him responsible? No, but some of the more clever ones might try to show they have a little intellectual integrity by criticizing him by proxy in criticizing his Administration, particulary Hillary. They’ll use her as soon as things turn so bad that not even Sulzberger or Immelt or Soros could work to hide it from the public.
Bottom line: the President waited too long to defend the people of Libya against their own government. By missing the window so badly, this war will be prolonged. And it may even turn Obama’s uncritical masses in the soft middle against him.
Reagan tried to kill Khaddafi; Obama now must kill Khaddafi.
Obama could have rattled off that same laundry list with the same robotic delivery several days ago when some word of resistance from the President of the United States to Khadaffi and his bully-boy spawn might have made a greater difference to the revolutionaries in Libya. What a bloodless ideologue you Democrats have foisted upon us. Obama is here to help kill the Hegemon and exonerate the post-American foe.
And you’re here to help him.
Has the President of the United States had anything to say about this Col. Khadaffi business today? The neo-isolationism of this Democratic regime in Washington is appalling.
And what about that smarmy bastard son of his sitting there like a pimp on the TV this past weekend telling the Libyan people that he and the old man will slaughter or starve as many of them as necessary? WTF?!
Note to the Hope-n-Change artist: if the diplomatic corps of the Libyan regime itself has the courage to stand there before the world demanding that Khadaffi be tried for war crimes, you’re probably free and clear to say a few words on the topic yourself. Have a care, Barry, and see what you can do to bring some stability to the oil markets and some hope of solidarity to the Libyan people.
Mohamed el-Baradei is an anti-American fraud and beneficiary. Unfortunately, I have no confidence that Obama would do anything to resist el-Baradei’s elevation, should such a “solution” be proposed.
In North Africa, the Egyptians are following the Tunisians in demanding liberty —and my friend whose husband is from Tunisia and who still maintains family and business interests there says that everybody they know is happy with the developments. Maybe a little nervous about security issues of various kinds, but feeling that things can only get better now.
And in the country of South Africa, the indispensable Mandela is ailing. I remember watching with pride the scenes of voters standing in miles-long lines that his moral example made possible. But now he seems small —a martyr who lived and who came to endure his own irrelevance.
I will be interested to see how all of these remarkable events are covered on the TV.