Obama’s Fecklessness

I caught the tail end of Obama’s remarks as I got in the car from some Christmas shopping, and this infuriated me when I heard it:

Finally, we must draw on the strength of our values — for the challenges that we face may have changed, but the things that we believe in must not. That is why we must promote our values by living them at home — which is why I have prohibited torture and will close the prison at Guantanamo Bay. And we must make it clear to every man, woman and child around the world who lives under the dark cloud of tyranny that America will speak out on behalf of their human rights, and tend to the light of freedom, and justice, and opportunity, and respect for the dignity of all peoples. That is who we are. That is the source — the moral source of America’s authority.

You miserable failure.  Where were you?  Where were you when Georgia was being invaded by the Evil Empire?  Where were you when the Iranian people were in the streets?  Where were you when the Iranian people were begging, “don’t leave us alone”?

You were busy hiding your eyes and pretending it wasn’t happening.  You were negotiating with Hezbolah through back channels.  You have no moral authority.  I pray that there is enough left of freedom in the world when your three more years are finally over for us to put back together.

Words.  All they wanted was a word of support.  You spend all your time in front of television cameras, and you couldn’t say one.  Single.  Word. In support of freedom in Georgia and Iran.

One Comment

  1. Don’t forget his mendouchousness on Honduras. He’s a coward of the sort rarely seen – a total and complete coward. He cloaks his cowardice in his intellectualism, but it is sphincter puckering cowardice.