What a weird, bizarre little man? Oh sure, Barack is tall. But when it comes to political stature and leadership, he reveals himself to be the tiniest of Lilliputians. If this were a Monty Python skit, we would be rolling on the floor, gasping for breaths because of the hilarity of the moment. Pay close attention to what he said:
Now, after careful deliberation, I have decided that the United States should take military action against Syrian regime targets. This would not be an open-ended intervention. We would not put boots on the ground. Instead, our action would be designed to be limited in duration and scope.
What the what? He decided we should take action? So, when do the bombs and missiles start flying?
Here’s a video hint:
Yes. The super moonwalking black man has got to be Obama. Why? He’s made not one, but two, count them, TWO BIG BOY DECISIONS:
But having made my decision as Commander-in-Chief based on what I am convinced is our national security interests, I’m also mindful that I’m the President of the world’s oldest constitutional democracy. I’ve long believed that our power is rooted not just in our military might, but in our example as a government of the people, by the people, and for the people. And that’s why I’ve made a second decision: I will seek authorization for the use of force from the American people’s representatives in Congress.
What drugs are they using in the White House? Let me get this straight–Obama consulted with his ironically named “brain trust” of Susan Rice, John Kerry, Samantha Power and Denis McDonough and they thought it a dandy idea to announce a non-decision decision?
So, basically, he has decided to fulfill his 2007 promise to follow the Constitution before authorizing military action against a foreign government. How damn quaint?
I can only imagine the Twitter hilarity about to ensue:
“I have decided that every American should have long black hair.”
“I have decided that every man should have a ten inch penis.”
“I have decided that only nice people should run the world.”
“I have decided that Martians are my new best friends.”
I’m sure you get the idea. Make up any bizarre shit you like. Blurt it out in public, but do it with a scowl on your face and a voice tinged with self-righteousness. And you know what? You’ll be doing a perfect imitation of Barack Obama.