Benghazi is approaching and there is no election hype for this man. He had to
be tough with Mitt Romney and is now using his flexibility after the election to
push G-20 with the host KGB Putin as the man who controls this meeting and
agenda as the host will. Putin has a strategy and policy that has
existed for 60 years to thwart anything the United States of America does. He,
not this President, has now more flexibility than our country does. He won the
chess game, this time. Russia learned from their exposure in Afghanistan for
10-years, even having to run with their tail between their legs.The
President is doing the Secretary of Defense and Secretary of State work as he
showed over the weekend when he kept those individuals out of the top decision
making processes. He is showing who is in charge and begging for acceptance
from the G-20 and Congress. By the way, he is the one who convinced Congress to
pass the bill and then read his and Hillary's words for the past 20-years
of managing and governing he and his wife have done. A Proud American
@JoeBlow:Speaking out isn't hatred. It's being a
responsible citizen, and caring about what's best for your country.
It's being patriotic.If our country was improving, I'd be
one of the first to be complimenting Obama. I don't have an ego problem. I
don't care if it's democrat, or republican, I want the best for this
country.Obama is just not cutting it, and it concerns me.
Obama knows nothing about being a leader. He thinks that when Russia, Great
Britian and Germany have refused to interfer with Syria, that he is some kind of
leader to demand that we send our sons and daughters to Syria. Let him lead the
way. Let him go to Syria. Let him fight for Syria. Let him put his life on
the line. Until then, it is just more "Obama rhetoric", i.e., "do
as I say, not as I do."
Just checkin ahead of time Worf, I personally think that we need to be
much much less inclined to get involved.So, at this point, I believe
that we should hold off. I also like the idea of letting congress make the
decision.But, with the hatred of anything obama seen on these
boards, it would be nice to hear what those on the right want. Then, see if
they praise him if happens to do what they want.
To those on the left:What more courses of action could Obama take,
that would have you lose your support?
@JoeBlow:We would support staying out of it.How would
you like another country bombing Chicago, Detroit, Philadelphia, or California
for all its violence?
To those on the right.What course of action could Obama take that
you would support?
Right on target people. Obama has painted himself into a corner again with his
rash and thoughtless comments. He knows he is on the hook for his rash red line
threat..so he will ask Congress to approve his "stikes" and they will
decline, letting himself blame them for not being able to proceed. He never
accepts responsibility for any of his many mistakes. Blames others. This is a
Muslim war. It has nothing to do with us.
why do we think ...or let me rephrase that....why does Obama think the US needs
to be the world police? There has been over 100000 murdered in Syria over the
past few years and now suddenly we decide we need to enforce some world law and
bomb them. Barack just played golf and spent his time on Leno then and now
suddenly he is a war hawk??? Really?? We are NOT the worlds police and we have
no right launching a single Tomahawk unless there are US interests involved
...such as our oil supply as in Kuwait. This is ALL about Barack and his stupid
red line comment and nothing more and that is NOT a reason to launch missiles.
Some limited two day strike by the US will do NOTHING to deter terrorist
aggression in the region so that begs the question...what is this REALLY all
Obama wants to help Al Qaeda linked groups? The same jihadist that we have been
fighting in Iraq, Pakistan and Afghanistan? I say no more American blood and
treasure wasted on trying to keep Muslims from killing other Muslims.
Wow! Bomb Syria for bombing Syria.