Coalition of the Squeamish

So the Brit Parliament had the good sense to tell David Cameron to sod right the bloody hell off with his plans for flying air support for al Qaeda in Syria (good on ya, mates! Oh, and wouldn’t it be lovely if we had a system under which the people’s representatives could reign in a power mad tyrant C-in-C?) and then, suddenly, Barack the Bastard decided, unprecedentedly, to actually follow the Constitution and ask Congress for permission first. Unlike any and everything he has ever unilaterally decided to do before while Weepy Boner/McCockless sat around and cried like the beaten little pussies they are.

Obviously, Barack the Feckless Bastard only did so because he, belatedly, realized that his dumb yap had once again written a check that his arse couldn’t cash so, by punting the decision to Congress (as he should), he can always say it was the meanie Republican meanie-heads who stood in the way of his smarterer diplomacy and brilliant foreign policy, so let’s not give the slimy, illegitimate, fascist bastard any more credit than he’s due.

He couldn’t be reached for comment as he’s apparently off “playing cards” with Reggie Love again. You know, “playing cards” like “hiking the Appalachian trail.”

Which leaves who exactly in Barack the Moron’s fearsome coalition? Oh yes, fwance. Or maybe not so much.

A French official said his country would not act alone against Syria after President Barack Obama said he would seek approval from Congress before launching any military action to punish the government of Bashar Assad for a gas attack that killed hundreds, making Paris the last main ally in the coalition [of one — Emp.M.] to back off an immediate attack.

There, fixed it for ya.

But, but, that’s unpossible? Didn’t Comrade Hollande only a few days ago state, unequivocally, that fwance stood 100% ready to let the Americans fight for them? Again? “Ve vill fight to ze very last Americain, ve promise you!”

My how things have changed since GWB “unilaterally” charged into Iraq with a coalition of 40+ nations after an 18 month “rush” to war.

But do go on, Barry. His Imperial Majesty will be right over here with our friend Volodya, chugging vodka and eating caviar while you continue to make a colossal clusterfucking cunt of yourself.

Thatisall.

3 comments

  1. 1
    Cougar1978 growls and barks:

    Oh yes, by all means, go with the French! Their last major success was Napoleon, and he was frickin Corsican (not full blood Frenchman). Oh, Foch and Petain? They had to be backed up by the British and Americans vs. The Imperial German Army from 1914-1918. Sorry, if you’re looking to the Frogs for military backbone, just remember the Armistice of 1940 that half signed with Adolf and the other half did not.

    The Brits might well be wisest to opt out. One, their army is more cut to the bone than ours, plus their land is more Islamicized than ours. Plus, the Brits know how broke they are and quit while they were ahead. What’s our excuse?

  2. 2
    Igor, Imperial Booby growls and barks:

    France:
    “We, the unwilling, having done so much for so long with so little, are now doing everything with nothing nothing with everything.”

    Yep, it’s like that…

    [facepalm]

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    readerjp growls and barks:

    Syria still prepping for ‘surprise’ Obama strike

    Russian intelligence warning delivered to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad recommended the Syrian leader keep his forces on its highest alert.

    The officials also stated Turkey and Jordan are still on their highest alerts, as well, and that Saudi Arabia continued to move tanks toward Jordan to deal with fallout from any U.S. strike.

    WND reported on the Saudi tank movements last week, quoting security officials stating there is specific intelligence indicating that aside from possible retaliation against Israel, the Kingdom of Jordan could also be attacked with Syrian missiles in a Western military campaign targeting Assad’s regime.

    Iranian and North Korean experts were directing an operations room for the Syrian army ahead of a possible showdown with Western powers.

    So, let’s recap and count down. Russia, Syria, Turkey, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Iran and North Korea. Nothing to worry about, Barry.

    Obama announced Saturday he would seek Congressional authorization for a military campaign in Syria, but he refused to answer reporters’ questions about whether he could strike without Congressional approval.

    Obama stated, “While I believe I have the authority to carry out this military action without specific congressional authorization, I know that the country will be stronger if we take this course, and our actions will be even more effective.”

    The president left for a golf outing after his brief press conference.

    http://www.wnd.com/2013/09/syria-still-prepping-for-surprise-obama-strike/

    In other words, the world’s about to blow up, possibly with a nuclear war. Well, I guess Obama needs to relax after all those decision he’s (not) making.