Friday, March 18, 2011

Weakest President Ever? Yes--to be kind.

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"Mind if I play through?"

Our British friends ask about our Sock Puppet In Chief:

Every day for almost the last two months our television screens, radio broadcasts and the pages of our newspapers have been filled with the pictures, sounds and words of the most tumultuous events any of us can remember in the Arab world. The outcome of these events, once the dust has settled, could literally change the world. Yet Obama seems content to sit this one out. He has barely engaged in the debate. Such ostrich-like behaviour is not untypical of the 49-year-old President who burst through America’s colour barrier to become the first African-American to occupy the White House...

...it is starting to look as if Obama and the Democratic Party have but one aim in mind for the rest of this presidential term: to get elected for a second. That means not doing anything that might upset any number of special interest or niche groups, which in effect means not doing very much at all.


Read more here.

3 comments:

  1. Why don't you blog about this tough guy, real genocide against Christians - read it sucker...and ps nobody comments on your lame and confused writing, you jihadist -

    A woman living in Kentucky who was being sought by Bosnia and Herzegovina authorities for alleged war crimes against civilians made her first appearance in federal court in Lexington on Thursday.
    The woman, whom authorities refer to as Azra Bašic, appeared Thursday morning in front of U.S. Magistrate Judge Robert E. Wier, who set an April 1 status hearing for Bašic. At that hearing, the court will decide when to hold an extradition hearing for her.
    Bašic, 51, was arrested Tuesday in Stanton by the U.S. Marshals Service. According to court records, she was found by authorities to have been living in Kentucky as early as 2004. She had been living in Powell County for some time.
    Bašic is accused of torturing and murdering ethnic Serbs at prison camps from April to June 1992, during the Bosnian civil war. In documents filed in U.S. District Court in Lexington, witnesses to those alleged crimes said she wore the uniform of the Croatian army at the time. Bosnia and Herzegovina officials want Bašic returned to that country to stand trial.
    But Vice Skracic, deputy chief of mission of the Embassy of Croatia in Washington, D.C., said that Bašic is not listed in the register of Croatian war veterans and was not part of any Croatian military unit. He said she was a Croatian citizen, "but as of 1996 had no abode in Croatia."


    Read more: http://www.kentucky.com/2011/03/18/1674258/woman-accused-of-bosnian-war-crimes.html#ixzz1H4y8jyDw

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  2. Why don't you go look at some war porn?

    And I *do* have at least one person commenting about me at this site. You. If my truth didn't enrage you you wouldn't be here.

    (P.S. Has it occurred to you that this is not the only place my stuff's being seen?)

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  3. PS I'm not worried about the lack of comments. Not all writers are immediately noticed. "Some are born posthumously."

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Keep it clean for gene.