Obama on Syria


Here is the monologue by President Obama on Syria and his desire to help the islamofascist rebels:

“I don’t want to get involved. Sure, Bashar al-Assad is a bad guy, but not much worse than many in the Chicago political machine. And the people fighting him are just non-sectarian weaklings who can’t help me later.”

“If Assad crosses a vague yellow (red?) line in the sand that I created. I will intervene.”

“Well, he crossed my line, but it is only non-sectarians and a variety of civilians that he killed. I don’t want to get involved.”

“Well, they crossed the line but now islamofascists have taken over the rebellion. They need my support.”

“My friends John Boehner (the Boner) and John McCain (McCapitulate) are both my Johns and they both agree. Note to me: I need more Johns for Obama.”


U.S. Senator John McCain gestures as he arrives to address the third session of the Republican National Convention in Tampa

“So, here is the plan. I will tell Assad where and when we will strike. He will have time to move most of his stuff. We will take out an airstrip or two but they have plenty of oil to make asphalt to replace those airstrips.”

“My ploy will work because I will not do any real harm to Assad and still be supporting the islamofascist rebels. This is cool. I get to help a treacherous leader and treacherous islamofascist rebels — all at the same time! My life is good. Now I can go back to Martha’s Vineyard and golf!”

Some of you will dispute my contention that Obama is a supporter of islamofascism. You will use the argument that, after all, “he took out Osama bin Laden”. You are right, he sent Navy Seals to take out Osama. But it is important to recall that he did so only after Osama was a weak, defunct leader who was more deficit than helper in the cause of islamofascism.

President Obama is no friend to America but a good buddy with terrorists.

About Doc

I am a Psychologist and a veteran of the Vietnam War. I work with abused children and with agencies which try to both prevent abuse and to empower those who have been abused. I feel strongly about child abuse and take every action I can to prevent it and to support the children I work with who have experienced it. I also feel strongly about politics and especially the course being taken by our nation. I believe that America is at a critical point in its development. How we answer the challenges from Islamic fascists and from our own internal enemies in the media, government, and academia will determine America’s future and the future of our children. I believe that if we don’t take the correct course now, America will go the way of Europe and that we will not reach the potential set out by our founding fathers. I believe that it is now getting serious. My gravitar is from "Darkman".
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