Is anyone betting on military action in Syria by September 10th? What better date for a corrupt US president to stave off negative talk radio and press commentary on the one year anniversary of his team allowing four Americans to lose their lives in order to preserve his reign for another dreary and endless term? On September 11th, which commemorates the most startling enemy assault on the United States in modern history, the only vigilant watch kept by the Barack Obama administration was the one placed on a conservative opposition trying to wrestle the Oval Office away from a man who, after four years, was obviously incapable of matching the economic indexes left behind by his castigated predecessor.
In order to save the king, the stark reality of terrorism was categorically denied even after horrific images of a US consulate, turned into a raging inferno, were shown to the viewing public on network after network. Team Obama lied tirelessly and covered up convincingly enough so that the general news industry could at least hope that the White House ruse was true, and an untalented, novice video maker sits in a California jail as testament of the prevailing Pontius Pilate syndrome at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, the usual hand-washing of any blame or guilt.
But ever since basically buying a re-election with their souls, some of the whoring media has started to recognize that the impersonator-in-chief may not be such a nice guy, based on credible and believable whistleblowers that have come before congressional panels in the past months to speak out for our dead. And now we find Obama crawling over to the Capitol building to seek out additional smoke and mirrors in the “let’s get over Benghazi” saga, in the form of additional military operations, now his trademark, and, ironically, in the name of accountability for lives lost that, this time, are not even American.
There is nothing trustworthy about our foreign policy or this administration in general. Barack Obama and his amateur State and Defense team have guessed wrong on Egypt and Libya, allowing the fallen seeds of Islamic extremism to take root and fester on his watch and in countries that were playing nice with the USA.
So why does a liberal flock that keeps the Nobel Peace Prize recipient in the business of dispersing a US war presence around the world have this sudden quiet acquiescence for military conflict abroad along with loss of personal freedoms at home? Place your shrug here. Or, simply accept the fact that saving face for their paper tiger is more important than the international standing and status of the United States of America, no longer hated by the world community as much as it is taken for a laughingstock.
So are we going to bomb Syrians because Syrians are bombing Syrians, as Sarah Palin so rightly put it?
Stay tuned. Barack Obama and his minions, with their coin flip foreign policy, have accomplished nothing that remotely resembles success. Like Jimmy Carter’s mishandling of former ally Iran years ago (the biggest threat to the world today), Egypt, in its White House supported identity crisis, and Libya, which came clean after George W. Bush eliminated Saddam Hussein, are now just more Muslim messes in Obama’s brave new world. That falls on the man who snatched defeat from the jaws of victory with his strategic abandonment of Iraq after his predecessor eliminated its dictator, a monster that made Syria’s Assad look like a choirboy.
Dissed by Barack Obama frequently the past four years, the British have turned their backs on The One in “sending a message” to Syria regarding its domestic atrocities. Obama may well be out of allies due to his incurable arrogance and misplays in the Muslim world. (Mexico probably still loves him, but the only effective army they have is made up of thugs on drug cartel payrolls).
Obama’s immensely swollen pride is wounded to the point he has come to Congress with hat in hand for some consensus that might make him look presidential. If that elected body grants his wish for aggression against Assad, and it predictably backfires for the USA as with so many other previous failures, the executive narrative is already available for release that will put the entire fiasco on the legislative branch and insulate the unclothed emperor from all blame.
It is the signature modus operandi of a president who is pathologically unaccountable to anyone.