Obama blames the world for his self-designated Syrian ‘red line’. Claims he is not responsible for drawing the line, but says we must go to war. Will use U.S. military to hand Syria to Al Qaeda on a silver platter.
It’s amazing, Obama is never responsible for ANYTHING he says or does if it is seen as a negative. Nothing. Not the miserable economy, not the pain of ObamaCare, not the use of the IRS to attack and intimidate Conservative groups, not domestic spying on American citizens, not his support for Egyptian Islamists – not a thing it seems is this MarxoFascist responsible for.
Maybe because Obama thinks he was on the golf course and not responsible for the day-to-day things that go on.
I submit it’s because he is counting on enough of the American people to be stupid, uninformed and/or goose-stepping to his every wish.
He is the messiah for the Left, and as such, because he’s black – the media and his sycophants will insist he is without sin, or fallibility.
Even when video evidence is there to prove what Obama says, he will deny it – and blame someone else.
Even if it means blaming the rest of the world.
H/T Michelle Malkin
**Written by Doug Powers
About a year ago, President Obama said “a red line for us” — presumably meaning his administration — would be Syria moving around or utilizing chemical weapons:
And the people in Syria and the Assad regime should know that the President means what he says when he set that red line. And keep in mind, he is the one who laid down that marker. He’s the one who directed that we provide this information to the public. And he’s the one who directed that we do everything we can to further investigate this information so that we can establish in credible, corroborated, factual basis what exactly took place.
Jay Carney in July of this year: [The president] is not bluffing on the red line:
Fast forward to today in Sweden. Obama denied personally setting a red line, claiming that “the world” set the red line:
In the parlance of the overly flatulent, that is known as “blaming the dog.”
Meanwhile, John McCain might support Obama’s call for an attack on Syria, but Maverick really has his poker face on for this debate.