October 26, 2011
A recipe for success?
The grinning, shill, international terrorist President of the United States talks up the regime’s atrocities on a late night comedy show, with the host, audience and millions of people out in TV land going along with it…
To me, Obama’s “recipe for success” looks and sounds like a child with the lower half of his face blown off. The child’s horrifying screams emerge through a pulpy, gaping cavity where his mouth and jaw used to be. You shouldn’t watch that video, if you know what’s good for you, but it reminds me of the words of Harold Pinter:
It never happened. Nothing ever happened. Even while it was happening it wasn’t happening. It didn’t matter. It was of no interest. The crimes of the United States have been systematic, constant, vicious, remorseless, but very few people have actually talked about them. You have to hand it to America. It has exercised a quite clinical manipulation of power worldwide while masquerading as a force for universal good. It’s a brilliant, even witty, highly successful act of hypnosis.
This is why that sack of shit president can sit there and talk about saving civilians as their shredded bodies gurgle and shriek in terror.
Even while it was happening it wasn’t happening.
Via: AP / NPR:
President Obama defended the U.S. role in bringing down Libyan strongman Moammar Gadhafi, rejecting assessments that the international coalition he helped assemble amounted to “leading from behind.” “We lead from the front,” he told late-night television host Jay Leno on Tuesday.
Laying out an argument for his emerging foreign policy doctrine, Obama distinguished the U.S. steps in Libya from the invasion and nine-year war in Iraq. He argued that by building a broad international alliance of European and Arab nations against Gadhafi, the United States saved American lives and money and achieved its goal.
“Not a single U.S. troop was on the ground,” he said. “Not a single U.S. troop was killed or injured, and that, I think, is a recipe for success in the future.”
Research Credit: CB
This article was posted: Wednesday, October 26, 2011 at 11:05 am