Skip to comments.Invisible Red Lines and Imaginary Friends — Obama’s Foreign Policy
Posted on 04/13/2014 11:10:30 AM PDT by kingattax
From the time he first started running against the policies of Bush 43, Barack Obama promised that the era of cowboy diplomacy would come to an end.
Sadly, this silver-tongued city slicker of a President remains true to his word on this lone issue.
The days of scoundrels everywhere fearing the U.S. as the fastest gun in the West have vanished. Ever since Sheriff Barry rode in to DC on his high horse, the drawn six-gun of American supremacy has been replaced by a holstered Nobel peace prize and a bandolier of red dry erase markers.
When this President yells, DRAW! he means draw a meaningless red line that no enemy should cross
or else! (Or else hell draw another one or deny he drew the first one.)
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The guy is an absolute Obamination, on every level and without question *the* worst President this country has ever had which I’m sure has done wonders for black pride in this country. Leave it to Democrats to pick the worst possible candidate for 1st black President, but what do you expect from a bunch of racist pukes .
A friend of mine just emailed me that old video of the schoolkids singing the Obama song, holy God, I forgot how sickening this thing is especially now 6 years later when we see what “hope and change” really meant.
Barry just reads the speeches and then signs what they put in front of him, then goes back on vacation
Obama draws his red lines either with green ink or perhaps with transparent ink.
Seven minute comedy skit; many will have already seen it, but for those who haven’t, but who have suffered through painful meetings, this is 7 minutes well-spent:
Red lines drawn with invisible ink, and promises made that evaporate into the endless vacuum of space.
“O what a wondrous web we weave....”
The Current Occupant now squatting in the White Hut gives Charlatans and Liars a bad name. Is it just that he totally lacks in any critical thinking, or is it that he is really that malevolent?
The truly unbelievable part, when future history is written, is that the whole business of Benghazi was completely inverted and dismissed to the degree he was re-elected, a circumstance that should never have happened.
Benghazi alone should have been enough to torpedo his chances almost overnight. Yet that was the very thing the Republican National Committee and the Romney campaign would not touch.