Is President Obama no longer the Leader of the Free World? Well, the Washington Times and Kathleen seem to think so. And it’s all his own fault because he didn’t say anything against the three most terrible people in the world while he was addressing the U.N. I guess if you don’t say nasty things about people that means you are weak. Or something.
So who does Kathleen and the Washington Times think is the new Leader of the Free World? Why, Mr. Netanyahy (sic), of course!
Mr. Netanyahy’s (sic)”Have you no shame?” speech to the U.N. brought tears to my eyes. It was a long time coming. The U.N. shamefully allows such evil as Ahmadinejad, Chavez, and Qaddafi to speak as world leaders and no one had a thing to say against them. Until Netanyahy (sic).
Gee, I don’t know. I’d like my Leader of the Free World to be above the fray and above calling people out, but that’s just me.
Ahmadinejad stole an election and killed his own people protesting, and let’s not forget that little nuclear proliferation issue. Pres. Obama then adopts a resolution to curb the proliferation and testing of nuclear arms and move toward total disarmament. (I’m thinking of adopting a resolution in my home that my teenagers keep their rooms pristine. I’m sure it will work. I mean, a resolution always works, right? They worked so well against Saddam.) The text of the resolution doesn’t even cite Iran by name. Why is this?
Because then he might have to name Israel as an outlaw nation as well???? Maybe???
Kathleen seems to be confused about how U.N. resolutions work and the state of nuclear weapons in the world. It’s a public secret that Israel has a rather large nuclear arsenal, it has never let the IAEA inspectors in and is not a party to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty. Just today, Syria demanded that Israel must comply with IAEA . I’ve always felt that it is dishonest of Israel not to comply with treaties and rules that every other nuclear nation does with the exception of India, Pakistan and North Korea.
Obama stated that the UN resolution was “not about singling out individual nations.” Oh no, heaven forbid we do that.
Se my above comment.
But Netanyahy (sic) didn’t have any such misgivings. It was nice to see strong leadership in the face of evil.
Because he’s the only kid on the block with the bomb? Could that be why? Or he’s just petty?
It doesn’t look like Russia or China are interesting (sic) in any serious sanctions on Iran. So it looks like it’s up to us. Great.
That’s news to me. And I guess the U.K. and France don’t count.
The White House reveals (sic) a few days ago that Iran has (sic) building a secret underground nuclear facility. Iran responds by test firing a series of missiles yesterday.
Which was expected by the administration.
As much as Pres. Obama and his “flower power” (ed. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH) foreign policy goes, Iran is clearly not going to “unclench it’s fist.” It’s now time for Obama to step up to the plate and be the kind of leader Netanyahy (sic) has clearly shown to be.
C’mon Obama, get up in front of the world and shake your fist in the air angrily! NOW!
There you have it: sloppy and stupid.