What a Difference the Party Affiliation of a President Makes

Snatched this priceless gem up over at our old friend Mike Hendrix’s:

Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel said today that the United States doesn’t need permission from the United Nations or any other international body to strike Syria for the use of chemical weapons against civilians.

“No nation, no group of nations is bound by only one dimension of whether they’d make a decision to respond to any self-defense or any other violation of the kind of humanitarian violations that we saw in Syria,” Hagel told the BBC.

Now, granted, this is a statement by “Dumber Than a Sack of Rocks” Hagel, so to mock him is very much like kicking a paraplegic after you’ve kicked him out of his wheelchair but, then again, if we were to follow decorum and not attack imbeciles, we’d pretty much be left with nothing to do until Barack the Idiot’s Junta is no longer in power.

Isn’t it refreshing how we, the U.S., suddenly don’t need to ask permission from anyone in order to kick foreign regimes in the nutsack? Or are we remembering the heady days of the “illegitimate president Bush” being a war criminal for refusing to ask permission from fwance before he attacked Ashcanistan wrong or something? Suddenly that shit doesn’t matter anymore because… Teh One™!!1!!!!11!!!

No, we don’t disagree with the notion that we don’t have to ask anybody for permission to do as we damn well please, because we don’t, it’s just funny how that self-evident truth is suddenly acceptable and not in the slightest bit questioned by the DNCMedia, now that the horrible GWB is no longer in office. You know, the GWB of economic growth, sub-5% unemployment, $1.50/gallon gas and other assorted horrors, HORRORS, we tell you.

And by “funny” we mean to say “utterly predictable.”

As to striking Syria, His Imperial Majesty finds himself in the decidedly uncomfortable position of having to say, in spite of being firmly against getting involved in that particular cesspool’s well-deserved descent into anarchy and depopulation, that we pretty much have to at this point. Thanks to Barack “Smarterer Diplomacy” Hussein’s seemingly pathological tendency to write checks with his ever flapping gums that his arse can’t possibly hope to cover.

You know, the Most Blazingly Brilliant Intellect of All Time™ who told Russia to not grant Snowden asylum or ELSE, after which they did just that, who told the Egyptian military to absolutely NOT hurt the feelings of the Muslim Hajihood or ELSE, after which they proceeded to kick their fundamentalist arses in a truly epic fashion, and who told Assad to absolutely NOT use chemical weapons against the al Qaeda rebels or ELSE, after which he did just that. Twice.

If you were a halfway sentient life form, you might at this point start wondering if there is anybody or anything in the entire world who takes any threat of Obuttbrain’s seriously at all. And if you were intelligent enough to boil water, you’d also know the answer to that rhetorical question.

Threats don’t matter if everybody knows you’re not going to follow through on them. As a matter of fact, if they know that, threats have the exact opposite effect in that they now act as encouragement to do exactly what you’ve been told would have dire consequences. Every single time you defiantly do what you’ve been threatened not to do and consequences don’t follow, you knock down your opponent several notches while scoring cheap points yourself.

Does anybody really believe that Vladimir Putin granted asylum to Eddie Snowden because he thought that poor Snowden had anything substantial to offer Russia?

Don’t make us laugh. He did it only because it would expose Barack the Buffoon even more as the inept, impotent, waffling, cowardly ghetto trash that he is. He did it only because he enjoys sticking his finger in the eye of the most pathetic “president” this nation has ever had and we, much as we despise that KGB rat bastard, can’t blame him. We’d have done the exact same thing and enjoyed the heck out of it.

And every single time that no-brain fuckhead Obumbles issues an empty threat and fails to follow through on it, our entire nation gets knocked down a bit and that makes us unsafe, all of us. To illustrate: Iran? Think they’re going to hesitate firing off a nuke once they have one now that they know that the weak sauce pissant in the White House won’t lift a finger to retaliate?

No, we don’t mind the prospect of Barack Empty Suit being humiliated for the umpteenth time, not one little bit, but we do mind seeing ourselves or our traditional allies going up in nuclear smoke because nobody fears us anymore.

And you should too. So no, we don’t really have a choice here. We have to slap Syria hard. Hopefully not hard enough that al Qaeda in Syria wins, leaving us with yet another Ofuckhead “victory” in the Middle East and all of the fail that will inevitably ensue (see Egypt, Libya and just about everywhere else that the accursed Bastard whore son of a commie and an adulterous polygamist has stuck his comical nose into), but a slap nonetheless.

And we can thank the ProgNazi Democrat Party and all of their mindless voters for that “between a rock and a hard place” fucked up situation.

Believe us, we will. And we won’t forget.



  1. 1
    LC Xystus growls and barks:

    …and who told Assad to absolutely NOT use chemical weapons against the al Qaeda rebels or ELSE, after which he did just that.

    Whatever the status of al-Q in Syria, my understanding is not all rebel outfits are affiliated with them (or with other Hirabi org’s).

    No, we don’t mind the prospect of Barack Empty Suit being humiliated for the umpteenth time, not one little bit, but we do mind seeing ourselves or our traditional allies going up in nuclear smoke because nobody fears us anymore.

    The bright side of this scary scenario is that it could bring down the Empty Suit regime.

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    LC Light29ID - The Imperial Asshole growls and barks:

    I lived through the Carter nightmare and this dumb fuck is making HIM look good. The scenarios that have been written are all the same and Obongo the Kenyon Klingon Fucker™ is following the script exactly and none of them end well. We’re headed for a great reset and it going to be as horrible, if not worse, than what the Russian or Polish refugees went through after the blitzkrieg went through.

    Again…beans, bullets and band-aids…and people you can trust with your life…that should shorten the list considerably.

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    watchyerlane growls and barks:

    The lack of respect makes it clear the job is no longer “the most powerful man on earth” and maybe that was by design. The fact that every nation (or pseudo-nation) in the Middle East has no problem giving Nobama the middle finger at every opportunity should be very telling. It wasn’t very long ago that leaders in the middle east had a legitimate fear of ordnance landing in their living room if they dared even think of talking shit.
    The problem with Syria is there is no one worth allying with that benefits or furthers American foreign policy interests. The best bet in Syria is to microwave up some popcorn, pull up a chair and watch the idiots kill each other. It’s a two-fer benefit. One you help a Jihadi meet his 72 virgins without risking a single GI and the Jihadi gets got over there rather than here. Win win, if you ask me.
    As for Israel, Syria nor any other Middle East country will mess with Israel because they know once properly pissed off the Israelis will cross that desert like a hot knife through butter. Egypt remembers the last time they pissed off Israel enough for them to open that can of whoop ass and they also know the only reason there is still an Egypt is because Israel allowed it. Trust me, they remember.
    The next 72 hours will be interesting to see how Nobama treats his red line in the sand remark. He has been called on every bluff so far and he knows already he is a horrible poker player on the international stage. He is also easily angered via his arrogance, this should be interesting.

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    VAconservative growls and barks:

    LC Xystus @ #:

    Doubt anything will bring down Obozo. For that to happen you’d have to have an opposition that cares, and and SQRLs in charge surely don’t.

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    Orion growls and barks:

    What Watchyerlane and VAConservative said.

    Yes, chemical weapons are hideous. Is it our responsibility to do a damn thing about it? Nope. Screw ’em.

    Bring down the Royalist regime? Not gonna happen. His Majesty Barack I will continue until Her Majesty Hillary I moves in to her ordained place in an orderly transfer of power. His Majesty will then go about His business giving high-priced speeches and ensuring our nation is a third-world-turd by utilizing his amazing powers abroad.

    Now, serfs, shut up and pay more taxes. The IRS is watching YOU! (along with the NSA, FBI, local SWAT, OSHA, EPA, DOJ, etc)


    PS: Don’t forget to kneel before your betters! They’re already training your children to do that.

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    Mark12A growls and barks:

    This whole clusterfuck reminds me of the scene in “Demolition Man” where the box tells the cop to “…repeat the last command, and add the words, ‘or else'”

    Wesley Snipes’ character proceeds to whip the cop’s ass.

    Unfortunately, it’s going to be people OTHER THAN Odumbo who get hurt on this one.

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    Fa Cube Itches growls and barks:

    It’s one of the Left’s most cherished ideas: “To us, everything is permitted, for we are the first to raise the sword not to oppress races and reduce them to slavery, but to liberate humanity from its shackles.”

    To their mind, EVERYTHING they do is an absolute good, made so by the very fact that it is they who are doing it. Thus also, by definition, any who do not support their agenda 100% are absolute evil.

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    readerjp growls and barks:

    There’s evidence that shows it might have been the jihadis who gassed people. Maybe in addition to Assad’s army, maybe not.

    Evidence: Syria gas attack work of U.S. allies

    reliable Middle Eastern sources say they have evidence the culprits actually were the rebel forces trying to take over the government.

    Assad has rejected charges that his government forces used chemical weapons as “preposterous” and “completely politicized,” the Los Angeles Times reported.

    He argues Syrian forces were in the targeted area.

    “How is it possible that any country would use chemical weapons, or any weapons of mass destruction, in an area where its own forces are located?” Assad asked in the interview with Izvestia,

    With the assistance of former PLO member and native Arabic-speaker Walid Shoebat, WND has assembled evidence from various Middle Eastern sources that cast doubt on Obama administration claims the Assad government is responsible for last week’s attack.

    A video posted on YouTube, embedded below, shows Free Syrian Army, or FSA, rebel forces launching a Sarin gas attack on a Syrian village. Another video posted on YouTube shows what appears to be Syrian rebel forces loading a canister of nerve gas on a rocket to fire presumably at civilians and possibly government forces.

    A close-up from the Syrian television news report, seen below, shows a chemical agent identified as having been made by a “Saudi factory.”

    On Aug. 23, LiveLeak.com hosted an audio recording of a phone call broadcast on Syrian TV between a terrorist affiliated with the rebel civilian militia “Shuhada al-Bayada Battalion” in Homs, Syria, and his Saudi Arabian boss, identified as “Abulbasit.” The phone call indicates rebel-affiliated terrorists in Syria, not the Assad government, launched the chemical weapons attack in Deir Ballba in the Homs, Syria, countryside.


    So before we go attack Assad’s forces, we should be very sure that we’re not helping the Muslim Brotherhood and jihadis – viz. the Saudi links.

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    Gunbunny growls and barks:

    My memory isn’t what it used to be, but I do recall a news report that came out back when that said we had images of trucks crossing the border into Syria from Iraq in the hours before the war. Add in empty warehouses where we were pretty damn sure WMDs existed, and the fact that Saddam Hussein was no friend of the Shias (which makes up the government in Syria) and the Sunnis (who make up the majority of the population of Syria) would love to have some, uh, “ammo” against the Assad regime. And hey gee, gassing your own people, well, that makes them martyrs for the cause, no?

    There’s no good ending if we use military force in Syria. Either we’re in a war that goes very hot very fast, or else we’re pushed to the brink and to avert war we have to give up some stuff. Like, oh, a seat on the UN Security Council, sign that UN Small Arms Treaty, etc.

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    LC Sir Rurik, K.o.E. growls and barks:

    Breaking news. Nidal Hasan has just received his desired death sentence. I’m breaking out an expensive bottle and a pork chop for celebration.

    Even though sentence will not be carried out for a while.
    My bet is the TinC pardons him in January 2017.

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    Lady H growls and barks:

    I knew the WMDs went into Syria from Iraq (Saddam Hussein) years ago. If the media had any integrity and told the truth, they’d go back and say “you know what? maybe we were wrong.” Fat chance of that happening.

    And Britain and France were wise not to get involved in our Civil War. It’s best we stay out of Syria’s. (And only give humanitarian aid to the innocent people.)

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    VonZorch Imperial Researcher growls and barks:

    readerjp says:

    So before we go attack Assad’s forces, we should be very sure that we’re not helping the Muslim Brotherhood and jihadis – viz. the Saudi links.

    But helping the Monstrous Bastards is what Obummer is most interested in.

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    Library Czar growls and barks:

    Who do you believe Assad? or Obongo?

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    Emperor Misha I growls and barks:

    readerjp says:

    So before we go attack Assad’s forces, we should be very sure that we’re not helping the Muslim Brotherhood and jihadis –

    Thing is, if we attack Assad’s forces in any way, we help al Qaeda.

    We become, de facto, al Qaeda’s Close Air Support.

    Library Czar says:

    Who do you believe Assad? or Obongo?

    There was a time when the answer to a question like that would be easy.

    That time was a long time ago.

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    readerjp growls and barks:

    How about we strike at Assad AND the jihadis.

    Meanwhile, more and more Syrians are crossing into Israel (aka “the evil Zionist entity”) for medical treatment – and receiving it.

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    FrankOK growls and barks:

    Regardless of any and all claims by the worthless halfrican POS, I feel his intent is to kick Assad’s Arab Ass™ thereby helping his fellow bastards of the muzzy brotherhood, or whatever name that bunch of shit calls themselves.

    Our next stop will be Egypt to reinstall Morsi after deposing the military leadership.

    The entire fucking area should be nuked – but there would be misgivings re: all the camels that would die. :em05:

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    LC Xystus growls and barks:

    VAconservative & Orion @ ##:

    I’m thinking of Iraniac nukes landing on DC (& maybe NYC) with little warning. Could ruin the gov’t’s whole day.

    And we have nothing to do with it.

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    Igor, Imperial Booby growls and barks:

    Gunbunny @ #9:
    For sure, your memory ain’t what it used to be, but I remember the same, as well as numerous reports of us (the US) finding various bunkers with the precursors (binary agents, “insectisides”, etc.) all over the bloody place. But, since it didn’t fit the narrative (“Bush lied! People died!”) it never saw the light of day. I was screaming about it then, to no avail. Might as well have been pissing into the wind.

    And NOW look what’s happening… :em08:

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    bruce growls and barks:

    that stupid half negro in charge will always fuck things up in the middle east where we should stay out of their civil wars because ragheads killing ragheads is a good thing for the rest of the planet.should iran try to attack Israel the jews will use the sampson option against all the ragheads.our commie government rats would look good decorating lamp posts.

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    LibraryGryffon growls and barks:

    Emperor Misha I @ #:

    I understand what you are saying, but I still think we should stay out. Even if we do lob a few bombs at relatively inconsequential targets, Zero is still going to be a laughing stock. And if he is followed by Hillary, it won’t matter what we do now.

    Carter was ignored, and as soon as Reagan was elected Iran caved, not because it was the US, but because of who was in charge. Unless we can elect a Cruz or a Palin, it doesn’t matter what we do now; I don’t think there is anything Zero could do to redeem his “cred” with the international community.

    And anyway, at this point if we really think about it, we want others to do what Zero doesn’t want them to, since what they want will be more closely aligned with the US’ real, long-term interests than Zero’s support for the Muslim Brotherhood. The Egyptian military is more pro-USA and pro-Western Civ than Morsi ever will be.

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    Igor, Imperial Booby growls and barks:

    LibraryGryffon @ #20:
    Well said, well said! I second the commotion…..

    :em01: :em01: :em01: :em01: :em01:

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    LC TerribleTroy growls and barks:

    LibraryGryffon @ #:

    I agree, no one has shown me anything to support how any of this is “in our National Security interest.” As of today Im seeing reports that the Brits and the Fwench are having second thoughts about mil action. The only reason I can see for any of the current posturing on our behalf is because the Numb Nuts in the Oval Office ran off at the gums and now its all about how he is “perceived” by the eyes of other countries. And who is going to pay because numbnuts is a rank foreign policy amateur that cant keep his fucking mouth shut? It will be the civilians in Syria and probably Israel.

    A cruise missile costs a million five by itself, and these folks are talking up to 200 being potentially fired? Show me something in Syria worth 250 million dollars as it relates to our National Security. The “rebels” are just a hodgepodge of the usual warlords working together…for now. It is not unreasonable to speculate that should the “rebels” prevail they would A) immediately start killing each other, and B) that the Al-Q types would prevail. Its a fucking NO WIN SITUATION and as such, Obama needs to STFU, and go play golf. I wonder how he’s digging the idea that the Russians are moving their warships into the area, or maybe the idea that the Israelis have called up reservists and are back to handing out fucking GAS MASKS to its civilians. Unfortunately the odds that Obama is savvy enough to recognize the need, and to negotiate his way out of this are very very slim and I am distinctly uncomfortable with this asshole playing brinksmanship with Putin & Co.

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    tkorfhage growls and barks:

    “Now, granted, this is a statement by “Dumber Than a Sack of Rocks” Hagel, so to mock him is very much like kicking a paraplegic after you’ve kicked him out of his wheelchair but, then again,”

    I should be offended at that since my son is a recent (10 months) paraplegic, but I’m NOT, since I know what sarcasm is and am not part of the PC crowd.

    Keep up the good work!!!


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    maxxdog growls and barks:

    A few cruise missiles won’t give this shitstain any credibility and while I understand the sentiments and feel somewhat the same I would sooner help both sides kill each other. Iran is going to use a nuke as soon as they get one any fucking way, being the batshit crazy Mohammedans they are, and Putin is going to laugh at Barry no matter what so why waste the munitions? It is an excuse to fuck up the Asshats air force for the Izzys but then what would they do for fun?
    That thought might just keep the regime from taking a shot. Just sayin’.

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    Emperor Misha I growls and barks:

    tkorfhage says:

    I should be offended at that since my son is a recent (10 months) paraplegic, but I’m NOT, since I know what sarcasm is and am not part of the PC crowd.

    Keep up the good work!!!

    Thanks, and I’m really, really sorry to hear that. That’s horrid beyond my imaginings. My prayers for you and your son.

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    Emperor Misha I growls and barks:

    LibraryGryffon says:

    I understand what you are saying, but I still think we should stay out. Even if we do lob a few bombs at relatively inconsequential targets, Zero is still going to be a laughing stock. And if he is followed by Hillary, it won’t matter what we do now.

    True that and no, I’m not too fond of being al Qaeda’s CAS either. Seems to me not too long ago we were at war with them. For about 3,000 very good reasons.

    Of course, all of that has changed now that we have a haji crotch-sucker in the White House.

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    maxxdog growls and barks:

    Isn’t it funny? The WMD the Obumbler and friends are up set about and wish to attack someone/something/somewhere over could very well have been from the non existent stockpile Saddam didn’t have and W lied about.

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    Fa Cube Itches growls and barks:

    Emperor Misha I @ #:

    I’m not too fond of being al Qaeda’s CAS either.

    Hey, in CAS situations, accidents happen *all* they time. We got our own guys and Brits in Desert Storm, our own guys and allies at Qala-i-Jangi, our own guys on Hamburger Hill, etc. Hell, we bagged over 150 of our own at the start of Operation Cobra in Normandy.

    Any reason to suspect that similar events would not transpire in support of al-Qaida?

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    Eric Praline growls and barks:

    According to WSJ, UK Parliament votes against taking action in Syria. Will Barry the Bastard be chided for going to war without a coalition? Yeah…I know, stupid question.

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    readerjp growls and barks:

    Israeli Compassion amidst Syrian Atrocities – Dave Sharma (Times of Israel)

    Some 72 Syrian patients have been admitted to Ziv Medical Center in Safed in northern Israel since February. When I visited this week, 15 Syrian patients were being treated, the youngest an 8-year-old girl.
    Suffering from shrapnel and bullet wounds, burns and crush injuries, they are malnourished, fatigued and traumatized. Many have lost family members.
    If they had remained in Syria, most would have died or been left permanently incapacitated.
    Arabic-speaking doctors, nurses and social workers are all available to communicate with the Syrian patients.

    The writer is the Australian ambassador to Israel.


    And yet, one of the worst jihadi groups sits on the Golan Heights.

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    readerjp growls and barks:

    A recent letter to the editor in the Financial Times neatly summarizes the challenge, in that neighborhood, of separating the bad from the really bad:

    “Sir, Iran is backing Assad. Gulf states are against Assad!

    “Assad is against Muslim Brotherhood. Muslim Brotherhood and Obama are against General Sisi.

    “But Gulf states are pro-Sisi! Which means they are against Muslim Brotherhood!

    “Iran is pro-Hamas, but Hamas is backing Muslim Brotherhood!

    “Obama is backing Muslim Brotherhood, yet Hamas is against the U.S.!

    “Gulf states are pro-U.S. But Turkey is with Gulf states against Assad; yet Turkey is pro-Muslim Brotherhood against General Sisi. And General Sisi is being backed by the Gulf states!

    “Welcome to the Middle East, and have a nice day.”

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    Draven32 growls and barks:

    Final scandal for the Obumbe administration: Our troops recover chemical weapons in Syria, stored in the desert in trucks with Iraqi markings, and clearly marked ‘MADE IN IRAQ”

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    LC Grammar Czar, G.L.O.R. growls and barks:

    Until we get either a House of Representatives with a spine, or a senate which leans (R), NOTHING will be done. Dear Leader will be able to reign and rule with impunity. We may as well grab the popcorn, kick back, and watch the fireworks as this country continues her descent into third-world status. Congress is more afraid of being labeled racists than in being labeled cowards.

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    Igor, Imperial Booby growls and barks:

    readerjp @ #31:

    If Odumbo was given a scorecard with all the players in the ME, he’d probably get confused, think it was a scorecard for a foresome, and promptly ask for a mulligan.

    If Choo-choo Biden was given the same, he’d promptly eat the card.

    If Kerry were given the card, he’d sit in a corner and mumble and drool, holding the card upside down.

    On the other side of the coin, if somebody like Col. West were given the scorecard, he’d immediately call the strategic forces in the area, put ’em on Defcon 2 for theatre, and weapons free to splash anybody that approaches…

    (The ME reminds me of Kilkenny cats in a barrel…)

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    Fa Cube Itches growls and barks:

    Igor, Imperial Booby @ #:

    If Kerry were given the card, he’d sit in a corner and mumble and drool, holding the card upside down.

    Nonsense. Kerry would get three paper cuts from the card, be decorated for each, be rotated out of State because of his multiple wounds, treasonously protest all actions in the Middle East, and then spend the rest of his days talking up his “heroic sacrifice”.

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    readerjp growls and barks:

    Why telegraph an attack on Syria?

    One of the odd things about Obama’s intentions on Syria is that the general plan has been leaked to the press. And unless it turns out be a case of releasing incorrect information with the deliberate purpose of misleading Assad, it’s hard to figure out exactly why the administration would leak like this.

    Obama’s defenders, such as Max Fisher, seem to think it’s a wise and well-thought-out move on the part of the administration:

    Actually, publicly revealing when, how and where the United States (and some allies) will likely strike makes sense, given what Obama wants to accomplish. If his goal were to fully enter the Syrian civil war and decisively end it, then, yes, secrecy would be the way to go. But the administration has been very clear that it has a much more modest goal: to punish Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad for his suspected use of chemical weapons so that he, and future military leaders, won’t do it again.

    there is the mystery as to why telegraphing the scope and intent of the attack in advance would be necessary for the success of the plan as described.

    And, as the WSJ editors point out:

    [T]he attacks are primarily about making a political statement, and vindicating President Obama’s ill-considered promise of “consequences,” rather than materially degrading Assad’s ability to continue to wage war against his own people.

    It should go without saying that the principal purpose of a military strike is to have a military effect. Political statements can always be delivered politically, and U.S. airmen should not be put in harm’s way to deliver what amounts to an extremely loud diplomatic demarche.


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    LC Old Dog growls and barks:

    readerjp @ #:30

    What group is on the Golan Heights? Israel has controlled the Golan since ’67 and formally annexed the area in ’81. :em03:

  38. 38
    readerjp growls and barks:

    Israel does not control ALL of the Golan Heights.

    there is one particular group regarded as highly
    dangerous, and this group is gradually consolidating in the space between
    the village of Jamla and the village of Dar’aa, in the southern part of the
    Syrian Golan Heights. It is the area between the river Rokaad and the river
    Yarmouk, which constitutes a natural border between Syria and Jordan. The
    entire area is within reach (or within mortar range) of the settlement in
    the southern part of the Israeli Golan Heights.

    The members of the group that worries Israel most of all call themselves
    “Jabhat Al Nusra”. They always wear black garments and each and every one of
    them grows a thick beard, while keeping his head bald and shiny. They even
    shave off their moustaches, down to the very last bristle. The group belongs
    to the organization known as “Global Jihad”. More precisely, they regard
    themselves as partners in the ideology of Al Qaeda.

    Most of the members of “Al Nusra” are not Syrian, but Jihadists assembled in
    Syria from far away places, from Chechnya to Afghanistan. As far as they are
    concerned, the toppling of the regime of Bashar Al-Assad is only the first
    step on the way to a more significant struggle – against the “Zionist


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    irish19 growls and barks:

    This is so going to suck, whatever happens. Hopefully, it doesn’t degrade into a theater-wide conflict or worse.
    Idiots, the lot of them. :em08:

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    LC SecondMouse growls and barks:

    As unbelievably, stupendously, egregiously, catastrophically, outrageously and historically appalling as this thumb sucking collection of serial masturbators, booger eaters and pedophiles that comprise this maladministration have been, I still cannot believe this doofus is SecDef.