The Arab Spring

The recent events in Egypt and Libya can only be considered as another direct attack on America, and again, our President is leading from behind. New revelations today support the notion that Obama is detached and out of his depth, as is his team around him, and his minions in the media. First of all we had the press release from the US Embassy in Egypt which was evidently not approved of by the White House as they distanced themselves in the beginning but then ultimately supported. However, considering that the press release is essentially an apology for our First Amendment rights, the White House should have disowned it, but needless to say, it’s obvious there is little coordination from the top. Secondly, it’s reported that the crowd was chanting “hey Obama, we are all Osama’s” which may be a direct condemnation of the reckless manner in which Obama and Biden constantly boast of killing OBL, like some school yard children would do. It was also learned today that the detached President hasn’t attended a PDB in the last week or so, and maybe had he attended those meetings, he may of learned of some of this in advance.

The Arab Spring has turned out to be a nightmare, and with Egypt getting more and more confident, Israel is starting to feel the heat, so what does Obama do? He tells Bibi Netanyahu that he doesn’t have the time to meet with him. He does have time however for Letterman and Beyonce, but not for one of our most trusted allies. How’s that for leadership? Folks, four Americans have been killed as a result of a muddled and apologetic foreign policy on behalf of our President and this is unacceptable. We deserve better.

27 thoughts on “The Arab Spring

  1. neocon1 September 12, 2012 / 6:42 pm

    IF any of you were ever in the military you are secure in your knowledge of the chain of command.

    NO ONE, NO BODY, NO HOW, EVER EVER EVER issues any statement that is NOT APPROVED from above……….especially something as serious as an ACT of WAR!!!
    That apology came directly from the wh through the secretary of state PERIOD!!!!!
    and to say different is a total complete LIE!!

    • neocon1 September 12, 2012 / 6:53 pm

      arab spring? ……….did somebody say arab spring?

      Chicago Teachers Union Official: “This Is Our Arab Spring!” (Video)
      Posted by Jim Hoft on Tuesday, September 11, 2012, 6:52 PM

      An official with the Chicago Teachers Union told Al Sharpton today,
      “This is our Arab Spring… This is not just confined to Chicago.”

      (Because the Chicago teachers, the highest paid teachers in the country making an average $76,000 a year, are so mistreated.)

      riots and flag burning to follow?
      Oh WAIT that already happened in Wisconsin.

  2. Cluster September 12, 2012 / 6:51 pm


    I understand your point, but I think you’re giving this regime to much credit for knowing how things should operate.

    • Cluster September 12, 2012 / 6:55 pm

      And here is just more proof of that:

      Independent federal legal officials have concluded that Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius violated federal law by conducting political activity at an official (and hence taxpayer funded) event, according to a statement released on Wednesday.

      This regime is full of clowns. Led by the ring leader himself.

    • neocon1 September 12, 2012 / 6:59 pm

      not the regime, the people in foreign service, the Ambassadors and their staffs.
      Believe me this would NEVER in a 1000 years happened with out the official APOLOGY coming from above.
      like everything else from this farce of a regime occupying wh the whole thing is a LIE.
      al Ubama takes NO credit for any blunder
      did you know JFnK was in Viet Nam? and Ubama killed osama?

  3. casper September 12, 2012 / 7:29 pm

    “First of all we had the press release from the US Embassy in Egypt which was evidently not approved of by the White House as they distanced themselves in the beginning but then ultimately supported.”

    The embassy statement was issued before the protests began; referring to an ugly anti-Islam film that was the focus of demonstrators, it condemned “those who abuse the universal right of free speech to hurt the religious belief of others.

    • Cluster September 12, 2012 / 7:37 pm

      Exactly. It was an apology for our first amendment. You either support free speech or not. And with free speech, sometimes ugly things are said, but you never apologize for our freedom. Democracy can be messy and is for the grown ups, so if you are overly sensitive, maybe you shouldn’t participate.

    • neocon1 September 12, 2012 / 7:48 pm


      so YOU as a teacher can issue a statement for the school board? or the mayor?
      are you really that stupid?

    • neocon1 September 12, 2012 / 7:58 pm

      The embassy WH statement was issued before the protests murderous rampage began; referring to an ugly anti- insightful Islam film that was the focus of demonstrators, armed terrorists it condemned “those whoabuse utilize the universal right of free speech to hurt expose the dangerous religious belief of others.


    • tiredoflibbs September 12, 2012 / 9:15 pm

      cappy: “…. to hurt the religious belief of others”.

      Says the administration who FORCES religious institutions and religious business owners, who do not believe in contraception or abortion, to provide contraception and abortion services to their employees.

      obAMATEUR has repeatedly violated the religious rights of Americans, but will apologize to the Muslims.

      Where is his apology to the Americans he offends?

  4. Cluster September 12, 2012 / 7:40 pm

    Here’s yet another example of the absent President. At this hour, there is a mob in front of the US Embassy in Egypt, and I believe the status of the bodies of our four Americans are still in question, yet Obama is on a plane headed to Nevada for a fund raising campaign event

    Un F##king believable.

    • casper September 12, 2012 / 7:48 pm

      Exactly what would you be doing if you were in his place.

      • neocon1 September 12, 2012 / 7:53 pm


        Romney answered that already

      • Cluster September 12, 2012 / 7:53 pm

        I would be sending my surrogates to the campaign stops, and I would be at the White House and in constant communication with the military and the people on the ground to ensure that our dead Americans are properly accounted for and brought home, and that the embassy is secure. I would make sure that our flag is up as soon as possible I would also be assembling my security team and planning the strategy forward, and that would include a high level discussion with Israel.

        And that is just what I can think of. I am sure those who are really in the know have a lot of other items to tend to.

      • Amazona September 12, 2012 / 7:57 pm

        “Exactly what would you be doing if you were in his place.”

        Oh, I dunno—-maybe LEADING THE NATION !!???

        The fact that you have to ask tells us all we need to know about you.

        So let’s see how this plays out—when the Republican candidate for the presidency does not mention the American military in a speech designed to get people to vote for him, politicizing the war and those who fight in it, he is savaged by the rabble.

        When the President of the United States puts kissing ass for money above leading the country after it has experienced an act of war—-the taking of two embassies and the murder of Americans, including an ambassador—–casper is genuinely befuddled by the very idea that he should be expected to do anything else.

        “Exactly what would you be doing if you were in his place.” he whimpers, in absolute bewilderment, his little weasel whiskers trembling with confusion.

        No wonder Obama is still loved by people like this—–they don’t even realize how pathetic this empty suit IS. He’s just doing what they would be doing, in his place—–groveling for money and letting the nation be targeted by enemies.

      • casper September 12, 2012 / 7:59 pm

        Obama can communicate with the military and the people on the ground as well from Air Force 1 as he can from the White House. As for having a high level discussion with Israel, why do they need to be involved?

      • neocon1 September 12, 2012 / 8:01 pm

        maybe he could consult with la razza catty.
        or the arab spring looters on strike in chi cago

      • Amazona September 12, 2012 / 8:10 pm

        ” As for having a high level discussion with Israel, why do they need to be involved?”

        Yeah, it’s not as if ISRAEL is in any danger from radical Islam! It’s not as if Israel is in the Middle East, or facing annihilation from Iran, or anything!

        And after all, if you’re leading from behind, you can do it from a seat on Air Force One while you’re flying to a fund raiser. There is no need to be up front, actually LEADING the nation!

        After all, what’s a little declaration of war on the United States when there are fat cats waiting in Nevada?

        And let’s get real here—even if he was actually at the White House, acting like a real president, he wouldn’t be fooling anyone. He’d be delivering someone else’s words in a monotone, because after all, he can’t risk upsetting his Muslim buddies, or the Hate America First people.

      • Cluster September 12, 2012 / 8:23 pm


        I literally had to take a deep breath and walk around the house a bit before responding to that question about Israel. My response is below. Liberal stupidity is mind numbingly annoying and frustrating.

      • Amazona September 12, 2012 / 9:21 pm

        You have to wonder what casper tells his students about Israel, and the Middle East.

        I have a feeling it’s as skewed and wrong as his beliefs about the Constitution and his love for La Raza Unida.

    • neocon1 September 12, 2012 / 7:51 pm

      Un F##king believable.

      Not to me…the man is pure evil.

    • Amazona September 12, 2012 / 7:51 pm

      As Velma squealed in another thread, “Exactly what does foreign policy have to do with fund raising?”

      You could not get a more telling Loony Left comment than that. To those with their tails hanging over the fence for Barry, who can do no wrong, there is absolutely nothing wrong with him fund-raising while our foreign policy is proven to be impotent and putting Americans in danger. After all, “Exactly what does foreign policy have to do with fund raising?”

      • neocon1 September 12, 2012 / 7:52 pm

        or pictures of communist ships in the DNC convention?
        next they will have Che pics in…………Oh WAIT!!

  5. Amazona September 12, 2012 / 8:05 pm

    Hayden: Obama’s Libya Adventure to Blame for Ambassador Death
    Wednesday, 12 Sep 2012
    By Jim Meyers and John Bachman

    “Violent protests in Libya that claimed the life of the U.S. ambassador were the result of President Obama’s decision to intervene in the Libyan revolt without a “deep appreciation” for what would follow, former CIA Director Michael Hayden tells Newsmax.

    Hayden, a former four-star Air Force general, was appointed CIA director by President George W. Bush in 2006 and served until 2009.

    In an exclusive interview with Newsmax.TV on Wednesday, Hayden discusses the events in Libya: “I’m reminded of Secretary of State Powell’s comments about Iraq going back almost a decade — the Pottery Barn theory that if you break it you own it.

    “Here’s a case where we went into Libya for reasons that seemed very powerful for some people at the time, almost all of them in Tehran, perhaps without a true or deep appreciation for what the secondary and tertiary effects of overthrowing [Libyan ruler Moammar] Gadhafi would be.”

  6. Cluster September 12, 2012 / 8:19 pm

    The Muslim Brotherhood has nearly complete control of Egypt and has broken the Mubarkek accord with Israel, in addition to denouncing Israel, and yet the liberal in attendance asks why Israel should be involved with our strategy forward following this recent attack. Proving once again that liberals do not have the intelligence, nor the backbone to conduct foreign affairs.

    Obama helped “break” Egypt. He now owns it and should be held accountable.

    • neocon1 September 12, 2012 / 8:36 pm

      He now owns it and should be held accountable.

    • Cluster September 13, 2012 / 8:07 am

      I would eliminate you James – so the feeling is mutual. Let the better man win and knowing that you are not even qualified to lick the sweat off my jockstrap, I am confident I will win.

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