Dems Say President Has Widespread Foreign Backing for Syria Strike
Semi-News/Semi-Satire ^ | 6 Sep 2013 | John Semmens
Posted on Saturday, September 07, 2013 10:01:49 AM by John Semmens
Representative Debbie Wasserman-Schultz ,(D-Fla), chairman of the Democratic National Committee, told CNN host Wolf Blitzer that there are dozens of countries that will stand with Obama and his proposed shot across the bow warning to the Assad Regime.
Pressed to name a few of these hidden allies, Wasserman-Schultz attempted to beg off saying I’m not that good at geography, but I think the list includes Framistan, Lygeria, and France. I hope I don’t have to remind everyone of the pivotal role France played as America’s first ally during our war for independence back in the 1770s.
While France is a real country, the amount of assistance it will be able to render is questionable. At present, they have no sea-launched missile capability and won’t for at least a year. The Congresswoman did point out, though, that France’s President Francois Hollande has graciously offered us full access to his country’s advanced capability in gourmet cuisine. The tasty sauces and delicious pastries they can supply would help boost the morale of US Forces that will bear the brunt of the actual fighting.
US Secretary of State John Kerry asserted that we have, in-hand, pledges of financial support from Saudi Arabia and Qatar. All we have to do is supply the troops and weapons. In fact, an under appreciated element of this pledge of support is the salutary effect it will have on our budget deficit. We have plenty of firepower. What we’re short of is money. Be hiring out some of this firepower we can close the gap between revenue and outlay.
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“All we have to do is supply the troops and weapons.”
It’s obvious JFK sees our human treasure as chess pawns to be moved around on the Arab chess board. What pathetic ‘leaders’ we have.
Actually, this does seem to sum up Obama’s argument for war-mongering.