August 22, 2013
A Mad Man By Any Other Name Is Still A Mad ManTopics:
Roger L. Simon's article at PJMedia - Obama's Strange Love Affair with the Muslim Brotherhood - is more about Obama probably being certifiably mad than his having a lopsided love affair with terrorists. Maybe one is just not supposed to come right out and say that? Woops...
He speaks of the unfathomable position Osama has taken and seemingly will not be uprooted from on the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt or anywhere, plus a few other dis-attached moments in his presidency.
What is the explanation for this absolutely self-destructive, even idiotic, policy on our part?Yes, there are many examples that could be added here but I shall mention just one because it is such a mind blower, and that is Hussein Obama's position on Syria. His support of Al Qaeda. Al Qaeda as in - World Trade Center bombing? To think for even one second the American public would be behind supporting Al Qaeda is insane!
There can be only one -- the president of the United States is actually psychologically disturbed. He does not react in a normal manner. I know that's a vicious and importunate thing to say, but the reaction to Egypt (and to Benghazi, for that matter) is not one of a psychologically healthy human being.
Oh, damn, wait. I guess (for lack of show of hands) the American public is. Please note, the name of this post "should have been" - A Mad Country By Any Other Name Is Still a Mad Country.
And on the subject of Syria - 30,000 refugees into northern Iraq in the last week. Talk about surreal. Healthy/capable looking humans with hearts and minds like every other person on this planet. Not a lot of old people. Mostly men. Virtually no one carrying anything. Like they just up and started walking from whatever spot they were standing on the instant they heard the bridge was open. It is heart breaking.
Posted by LadyR at August 22, 2013 5:19 PM
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