September 3, 2013

We should bomb Syria back to the stone age

Not really. We should stay out of it.

Here is an interesting article about our hypocrite-in-chief and his desire to appear manly. Is there anything Obumbler has done that is not a total screw-up? Here is a taste:

On the perils of going it alone without allies

“Where the stakes are the highest, in the war on terror, we cannot possibly succeed without extraordinary international cooperation. Effective international police actions require the highest degree of intelligence sharing, planning and collaborative enforcement.” (2004)

So far no European or Arab nation has offered military support for our planned effort against Syria.

I wonder what the liberals who think Bush was evil incarnate and claim Iraq was the "most shameful event in our nation's history" like EOB think about The Obama and his claims he will bomb Syria even if Congress fails to grant approval? Where is Cindy Sheehan? Where are the Code Pinker twits in their twat costumes?


Anonymous said...

From what I can see from the polls, over 80% of this country wants nothing to do with Syria. If our congressional clowns vote to attack we need to vote everyone of them out of office.

James Old Guy

Fuzzy Curmudgeon said...

Actually, if we'd bombed Iran back into the Stone Age in 1979, none of this shit would be happening now.

Fuzzy Curmudgeon said...

Oh, and no, I have no interest in sending troops or missiles to Syria. Let the Israelis and the Saudis take them out.

Joe said...

We are in Carter's third term...

Erin O'Brien said...

I would like nothing better than to see a massive fight between Congress and Obama over Syria. It's high time declaring war in this country actually meant declaring war. Other than that, I don't have one smart thing to say about the miserable mess. Go listen to Dan Carlin's show #260 "An Army of One."

Re: your post. Nice language.

Joe said...

I thought it was a nice alliterative turn of phrase.

Erin O'Brien said...

Not sure how much of this you can see, but here is an ongoing conversation about this.

You know, hoose, if Obama had said "we should stay out of it" as you have, methinks this post would have featured photos of chemically attacked children with an outraged comment about how Obama is doing nothing to stop this atrocity and is inviting even more attacks.

Erin O'Brien said...

If Obama proceeds with military action without Congress's approval, it is an impeachable offense.

I don't think he'll do it, but what do I know? Maybe he and Cameron can start a club.

Joe said...

I like to think my position would be the same. I have always been pretty isolationist -- militarily speaking. And I am pretty firm in my convictions. I have many. many faults, but I like to think hypocrisy is pretty far down the list.

I am appalled at the silence from the anti-war crowd on the left. Where is Cindy Sheehan, Bono, Sean Penn, Springsteen, Streisand, Tim Robbins, et al? Perhaps the outrage over Bush's little wars was far more about politics than conviction?

Erin O'Brien said...

Where is Cindy Sheehan ... ?"

It would be refreshing if you did a single google search before making these statements.

I won't go through all your list, but Sheehan's right here.

Now, Obama and Pelosi want to kill Syrian children so their government doesn’t kill them? I don't want the Syrian government or US supported rebels to kill anyone, but I am sure that dying by a US made and launched missile is much more compassionate than any other way? Obviously the “problem” that the US has, is not that it loves children so much, but that it’s Murder, Inc and wants a global monopoly on carnage.

Silly, silly, silly righties.

Anonymous said...

Is she camped outside of the White House? Why isn't the left media covering her?

What about the rest of the lefties who condemned Bush at every opportunity?

Silly righties. Hypocritical lefties

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