“Even Fox News is outraged at Boehner and Netanyahu’s plan to undermine Obama”

Funny, I dont recall Fox News or anyone else getting their panties in a bunch when that classless, brainless waste of space they have the chutzpah to call a “President” came here and took a dump on OUR Prime Minister.

In case anyone is curious, here’s what happened:

Lost in the shuffle of Obama’s immigration diktat and his sham of a farce of a travesty of a climate agreement with China was his speech about climate change in Canberra, Australia, where Obama went out of his way to insult Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott. Apparently our embassy personnel in Canberra advised Obama against this course, but naturally Obama knows better.

Wait..it gets better

Only in Naypyidaw, in Myanmar, immediately prior to the leaders travelling to Brisbane for the G20 summit, did the US party demand that the President make a speech and that it be to an audience of young people. At the speech, the President did not ­acknowledge the presence of Governor-General Peter Cosgrove.

The Governor General is the VICE REGAL representative of the Australian government. He is amongst the five TOP RANKING government officials. You do NOT ever disrespect the office..or the man.

Despite repeated Australian requests, White House officials reused to provide a text of the speech to their Australian hosts in advance, and did not provide a summary of what would be contained in the speech.

Needless to say, after the speech, Obambi’s office received a very curt, very terse call. Far as we are concerned, the sooner that IMBECILE is out of office, the better.

Now all of a sudden Ogabe is in righteous indignation over the same thing…wait wait..it wouldnt be because Netanyahu is ISRAELI..would it?

Nah.

I’ll also say this: whoever you elect next will have a lot of work to do, and a lot of fences to mend. There are Americans who say that the US shouldnt have any foreign allies..believe me after some of the fiascoes we have seen recently?, there are many of your allies who are asking themselves if they are better off without YOU.

You all know me. I am not anti American. Never have been. I am, I know, an outsider to you all..I also hope that over the years I have in some small way helped you to see from the outside. I love the USA and I count the Rotties as some of the best and kindest people I have ever known..I would also be lying if I didnt say that many Australians were unimpressed with Ogabe’s antics.

We are your allies. We have stood with you in good times and in bad.,.,.and we always will. When that jerk in the WH is gone, forgive me for this, but you will have a lot of work ahead of you to convince those allies that they need you. The UK specifically will need to be attended to.

Whatever damage he has done at home? It pales into utter insignificance next to the damage he has done abroad.

14 comments

  1. 1
    LCBrendan growls and barks:

    This is the man he insulted..one amongst many.

    General Sir Peter John Cosgrove, AK, MC (born 28 July 1947) is a retired senior Australian Army officer and the 26th and current Governor-General of Australia.

    A graduate of the Royal Military College, Duntroon, Cosgrove fought in the Vietnam War, receiving the Military Cross in 1971. From 1983 to 1984, he was commander of the 1st Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment (1 RAR), and he later served as commander of the 6th Brigade and the 1st Division. Cosgrove rose to prominence in 1999, when he served as commander of the International Force for East Timor (INTERFET), which oversaw the peacekeeping mission in East Timor during its transition to independence.

    Cosgrove was Australia’s Chief of Army from 2000 to 2002, and then Chief of the Defence Force from 2002 to 2005, receiving corresponding promotions to lieutenant general and general. Cosgrove retired from active service following the end of his term as Chief of the Defence Force, and subsequently served as leader of a taskforce helping to rebuild communities in Queensland after Cyclone Larry in 2006. In January 2014, Cosgrove was named to succeed Dame Quentin Bryce as Governor-General of Australia. He was sworn in on 28 March 2014, and made a Knight of the Order of Australia on the same date.

    INTERFET helped a struggling new nation find its feet,and we are proud to have been a small part of its birth as a sovereign nation.

    Cosgrove is a man we honour greatly, and was one of the finest commanders our Armed Forces have ever known..

  2. 2
    readerjp growls and barks:

    I am SOOO glad that you brought this up, because I am steaming mad at the shit I see on my yahoo home page.

    Shit like this, for instance:

    The Unbearable Rudeness of Bibi

    This asshole admits the invitation is nothing new:

    The issue of a foreign head of state addressing a joint meeting of Congress is not in itself a huge deal. This would be the 115th time it occurred and would be Netanyahu’s third appearance before the body.

    No, he’s angry because it was done behind Obama’s back. The administration is insulted! It’s a slap in the face! Not anything like what Obama has ever done; aside from disrespecting the Australian Governor General (thanks, Brendan, I never saw that); or returning Churchill’s bust to England; or chewing gum at a state ceremony; or NEVER going to D-Day celebrations; or letting terrorists out of Guantanamo clandestinely; or colluding with Iran; or letting a State official be killed.

    What these assholes in the Administration don’t understand is that this is not ABOUT insulting the president, or playing politics. It’s a direct result of Obama’s speech saying he will veto sanctions against Iran. Why did he drop sanctions (by executive order) against Iran? They are still our avowed enemy. Yet Obama is welcoming them into the country, knowingly letting them develop an atomic bomb. Where are all those reporters who clamored against Oliver North? Where is their righteous indignation?

    No, they’re too busy making hints about the “Jewish lobby” and “AIPAC.” Never mind that it’s a perfectly legal organization.

    Boehner is doing this because Obama is ignoring the danger that Iran represents. He’s doing it to protect our country. Obama is such a Narcissist that he thinks this is all about HIM.

    I despise, abhor, hate and have contempt for this Manchurian Candidate, this empty suit, this Muslim race hustler.

  3. 3
    irish19 growls and barks:

    I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: bumpy times ahead.
    He doesn’t have to run for office again, so he can take off the gloves and mask.
    I’m afraid it’s going to get a whole lot worse before it gets better.

  4. 4
    LC Moriarty, Imperial Goatherd growls and barks:

    You may remember this famous incident.

    This was the moment that I realized that he was intentionally belittling the United States. He doesn’t travel in a vacuum, rather, he’s surrounded by layers of security and support, and somewhere in all that are protocol experts. He chose to ignore them.

    He’s neither ignorant nor particularly stupid, but I’m quite convinced he’s malicious… especially toward “American exceptionalism” and the very premise that this is a great nation. His presidency has been a perfect storm of personality, circumstances and timing to bring the USA to its lowest level in living memory and more.

    Work to do to mend fences with our allies? We’ll be lucky to have an axe to cut the lumber.

  5. 5
    LCBrendan growls and barks:

    readerjp: Our PM is a man with more than a few brains, and he knows full well that Obama is soon to be a has been..none of us hold anyone but Ogabe responsible for what he has done.

  6. 6
    LCBrendan growls and barks:

    Has anyone else also seen how Lurch is making paeans for that dead Saudi dictator?

  7. 7
    lc purple raider growls and barks:

    Hell, Brendan, we’re embarrassed by this clown. We can see the damage Obama has done.

    And we have no idea what he is going to do next.

  8. 8
    Boryon growls and barks:

    readerjp says:

    Not anything like what Obama has ever done; aside from disrespecting the Australian Governor General (thanks, Brendan, I never saw that); or returning Churchill’s bust to England; or chewing gum at a state ceremony; or NEVER going to D-Day celebrations; or letting terrorists out of Guantanamo clandestinely; or colluding with Iran; or letting a State official be killed.

    My understanding is that the bust of Churchill was on loan specifically to GWB so it was appropriate for it to be returned.

    Now, on the subject of that visit, giving Brown (someone with vision problems) a collection of DVDs is rather insulting unless he asked for them. Other gifts from the Whitehouse gift shop were not exactly… presidential. Now, as Brownstuff was not exactly popular, and the fact that we are British, there wasn’t that big an uproar about it over here, however…

    The state department official claiming that “there is no special relationship” between the US and the UK got more than a few backs up. Ironically, my father was not one of them, who informed me that the special relationship was at a lower level and tended to be despite presidents, rather than because of them.

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    angrywebmaster growls and barks:

    Obama is not and does not represent America. He represents a small group of self centered overeducated, under intelligent idiots. Obama is not an American.
    Oh he may be a U.S. Citizen, (Damn it), and he may be legally qualified to hold, (or in his case, infest), the office of President of the United States. He just doesn’t think like an American, and will go down in history as the first, (and hopefully only), Anti-American president.
    If we can hold on for a couple more years, the grownups will be back in charges. (We hope)

  10. 10
    Terrapod growls and barks:

    Brendan, well stated. As a naturalized Citizen of this great nation, it pains me to see the decline brought about by successive leftist governments since 1962. Kennedy was really not that competent a president and in today’s Democrap party, he would have been kicked out for being too conservative as he did understand the need for and use of power on the international stage (and yes, he almost screwed that up too, but had some adults advising him)

    Looking further back, America has survived and utterly rejected the attempts to root communism that President Wilson tried to enact (violently rejected by the populace) but the “progs” have never let a crisis go to waste, hence the massive government intrusion brought about by Roosevelt and then by successive Democrap regimes.

    The fact that the Clinton’s attempts were rejected by the populace and he had to pivot right shows that the core of this nation is still conservative. The Bushes were kind of a holing pattern as deep down they are statists who love “big government’, then came “O” and the resorting to outright lies and “fool the electorate” machinations on a scale heretofore never seen. This has they think, provided them the crown jewel of social engineering (Obamacare) which really does have a very large number of our Citizens very riled up. In fact I think the core of America has just about reached the point where the lid is going to leave the pressure cooker. The “progs” have yet to recognize this as they are living in a mental fantasy world fed by the media and a very small number of like minded cadres that think they are succeeding in moving their agenda forward..

    When this blows and the pendulum swings it will be interesting to see what results. The damage to the institutions (including religion and the sanctity of life) done by these ideologues is horrendous, but I think we will survive and begin to eradicate the cause soon.

    That we can mend fences with our allies is not in doubt and it will depend on how serious and strong the reaction is to this internal destruction of the Constitution.

    What you have not mentioned is that aside from Australia which appears to be righting some of the leftist madness, the other allies (including Canada) are mired in their own leftist generated mess, layered with great un assimilated immigrant problems which their own governments appear reluctant to confront.

    I have faith in America surviving this (even if the next 2 years are even more destructive), but question whether our allies will be able to do so.

    Keep that continent on the right path my friend, who knows, Australia may become the “new world” for conservative emigration if the rest goes to hell in the proverbial hand basket.

  11. 11
    readerjp growls and barks:

    Boryon:

    You may be right, though I’ve heard several times it was a gift.

    I don’t know about DVD’s he gave to Brown, BUT: as his big gift to the Queen, it was 20 hours of CD’s encompassing his previous speeches.

    What a fucking narcissist!

  12. 12
    Boryon growls and barks:

    readerjp says:

    , BUT: as his big gift to the Queen, it was 20 hours of CD’s encompassing his previous speeches.

    I’d forgotten that one, although Obama was a bit more tech savvy. It was an ipod rather than CDs…

  13. 13
    VAconservative growls and barks:

    Hey Terrapod

    Kennedy was really not that competent a president and in today’s Democrap party, he would have been kicked out for being too conservative as he did understand the need for and use of power on the international stage (and yes, he almost screwed that up too, but had some adults advising him).

    Well, as far as that goes, he ignored good advice and screwed up the Bay of Pigs. But he was a tax cutter so he would have been ousted from the Progs on that count too.

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    angrywebmaster growls and barks:

    VAconservative @ #:

    Well, as far as that goes, he ignored good advice and screwed up the Bay of Pigs. But he was a tax cutter so he would have been ousted from the Progs on that count too.

    Don’t forget almost starting a nuclear war.
    And now I’m waiting for Snowmageddon to start. I’m looking at 2-3 feet of Al Gore’s dandruff. (Can’t be snow because Global Warming)