Skip to comments.Obama Insinuates U.S. Did Not "Follow Rules of the Road" After 9/11 - Video
Posted on 12/10/2009 8:22:22 AM PST by Federalist Patriot
Here is video of President Obama's during his Nobel Peace Prize acceptance speech today in Oslo, Norway. In this clip, Obama can't resist insinuating that the United States did not "follow the rules of the road" ourselves after 9/11 in taking military action against Iraq. He never mentioned Iraq explicitly, but the clear insinuation was there.
He also declared what could be seen as the "Obama Doctrine." In stating his view on use of force, he made the statement "American cannot act alone." Now, what I hope he means is that it will be difficult for America to succeed if we act alone. We must always be prepared to act alone if necessary to defend America's interests and national security.
Obama had earlier in the speech made the case for "just war," and had even said "non-violence could not have stopped Hitler's armies." . . . (VIDEO)
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It’s OK when he does it.
Quick - notify Charlie Gibson about the “Obama Doctrine” so he can cheap shot Sarah again - I KNOW she’s watching the Peace Prize ceremony so she can “study” up on it for her next interview. It’s what the world has come to....BOHICA!
Do do nothing was not PC...it was just plain foolish
And one of our biggest PC problems is that we have a born and raised Muslim as President.
Obama’s a fine one to be talking about rules,something he never understood.
Bush cited a number of reasons — in addition to alleged terrorist links and weapons of mass destruction (WMD) about why Saddam was so dangerous to the U.S., noting, in particular that, ‘After all, this is the guy who tried to kill my dad.’ (by Jim Lobe) - Obama was fully aware of this. I’m sure he doesn’t want to overlook this for himself and future presidents.
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