Wednesday, April 22, 2009
US acts like banana republic. After spending nearly all of his first 100 days in office apologizing for being American and the perceived ills America has done to the world, President B. Hussein Obama gets a lesson in tin pot dictatorship from Ortega and Chavez.
Upon returning from the world apology tour, wherein he groveled and whined and generally behaved like an emasculated child raised by a single mother, with empty hands, empty pockets (as the worlds bullies took his lunch money on the worlds playground) and a brand new plan, President Obama set out to show what he had learned. Winning an election is not good enough. You must then embarrass, humiliate and possibly imprison your competition. Welcome to Barack’s Banana Republic, aka America.
The Constitution is slipping through Americans fingers like the mercurial republic it creates. We cannot let this President drag a former president through the mud, for actions taken to protect America after attacks on our soil. Particularly when the former President and his legal team based his decisions and actions upon a definition of torture created by the Democrat controlled congress of 1994.
Logic dictates that if you use a definition of torture, that comes from the legislative body of the United States of America, then they are the ones you seek to punish, not the person who used that definition to protect America. Of course, logic does not seem to apply to the Obama presidency.
President Obama cannot stand up to the bullies of the world due to his embarrassment at being American, his guilt of being privileged and his weakness of character and heart as demonstrated by his voting present so many times as a Senator and the giving up of America’s lunch money to anyone who asks for it. But, he can stand up to a former President who no longer has authority, after stating he won’t. Why, because the radical left of his party demand it due to Bush Derangement Syndrome. B. Hussein Obama cannot stand up to anyone. It is a sad day for him, although I am sure he is used to it by now, and a sad day for America