Friday, March 2, 2012

You're Bragging About This, Mr. President?

It was bad enough when our president gave a groveling apology to Afghan Muslims. But it gets worse, much worse

In an interview with Bob Woodruff of ABC News Obama was actually bragging about his apology.  From ABC News: "President Obama said his formal apology to Afghan President Hamid Karzai for the burning of Korans by U.S. troops last week has 'calmed things down'."

Oh, that's great Mr. President. Please, take a bow.  Yeah, your apology really calmed things down.  Immediately after your apology two American soldiers were murdered and then the day after that, two more American advisers were murdered.  There have been seven days of rioting and violence by these animals [oh, sorry, I mean by some mis understood Afghan Muslims] and four Americans are dead; but  president Obama would have us believe his apology to the mob from the "religion of peace" have calmed things down.  Forgive me president Obama if I don't say, "Thank you Mr. President."  I guess I am too dumb to appreciate your brilliance.

In the interview Obama said: "Everything else -- the politics or second guessing of these various decisions -- I'm not worried about."

No, don't worry about a thing Mr. President.  Four Americans are dead in spite of [maybe because of] your apology, but I guess that is just  political second guessing and nit picking. And it's only four, right Mr. President?

I long for the day when we have a president of the United States who cares more about our troops than about the sensitivities of a murderous mob.  I long for the day when we have a president who is not so egotistical and arrogant, that he feels every move he makes must be glorified.

President Obama, it gives me no pleasure to say this to my president: you disgust me.
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Update: After completion of this post, we have learned sadly, that  two more American soldiers have been killed in Afghanistan by the Muslim mob today [Thursday].  Thanks a lot Mr. President for calming things down.

May God Bless those fallen American troops and their families.




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