The speech will go something like this:
“When it came to the economy and getting Americans back to work, Mr. Obama led the charge to spend his way out and raise the debt of our nation. We’re not taking sides, but Obama’s got to go.
“When it came to the government take over of medicine, Mr. Obama led the charge. We’re not taking sides here, but Obama’s got to go.
“When it came to bowing to the leaders of other nations, Mr. Obama led the way and became the first president ever to bow to a foreign leader. We’re not taking sides here, but Obama’s got to go.
“When it came in 2009 to shaking hands with Muhammar Ghaddafi years after he led the way to blowing up the Lockerbie plane and killing almost 200 innocent Americans, Mr. Obama stepped out of the crowd to shake Ghaddafi’s hand. We’re not taking sides here, but Obama’s got to go.
“When it came time to do something to stop Ghaddafi from killing his own people, Mr. Obama led the way to wait. We’re not taking sides here, but Obama’s got to go.
“When it came time to decide if America was running the attack on the Lybian military, Mr. Obama led the way to indecision and said it was up to NATO. We’re not taking sides here, but Obama’s got to go.
“When it came time to decide if America should help provide weapons to Lybians fighting their oppressive government, Mr. Obama said he wasn’t ruling it out, but wasn’t ruling it in. We’re not taking sides here, but Obama’s got to go…”
I respect the office of the presidency with all my heart. Since age 14, I’ve met every president to hold office since Jimmy Carter out of my respect for the people who have held that high office, whether I liked them personally or not. I have no desire whatsoever to shake the hands of someone who shook hands with someone with so much American blood on their own.
I’m deeply saddened every day to hear how Mr. Obama has failed to led and abdicated the role as the country with the light shining on a hill. I can’t wait for the 2012 elections to get here because anyone, Republican, Independent or Democrat, I’m not going to take sides, could run the country in a much more honorary way than the way it is being done now.
In 2012, Obama’s got to go.
- Chris Weigant: Obama’s Libyan Gamble, Week Two (huffingtonpost.com)
- A Deep Look At Obama’s Libyan Gamble, Week Two (businessinsider.com)
- Obama’s Libyan War, offensive and unjust, but how dare the real world distract His Majesty (pumabydesign001.wordpress.com)
- Now We Are Bombing Libya (robertlindsay.wordpress.com)
- Obama sets doctrine on Libya (rt.com)
- Obama: We have stopped Gaddafi’s deadly advance (rt.com)
- Obama Parties in DC While Japan Disaster and Lybian Crisis Ignored (dewgeneral.wordpress.com)
- Obama’s Libyan Gamble (businessinsider.com)
- Obama’s Speech and our “Interests” in Libya (swampland.blogs.time.com)
- Obama’s Collective-Action Problem (thedailybeast.com)
- Over-Articulate Obama (themoderatevoice.com)
- Bill Kristol Hearts Obama on Libya (themoderatevoice.com)
- Libya: ‘Obama Doctrine’ in Action? (abcnews.go.com)
- Obama on Libya: a Goldilocks doctrine gambling on Gaddafi’s exit | Richard Adams (guardian.co.uk)
- Obama’s Bush moment (thehill.com)
- Obama Speech Analysis: a Weird Journey Through the Mind of a Narcissist (gunnyg.wordpress.com)
- Obama Leaves Libya Questions Unanswered | The Foundry: Conservative Policy News. (gloucestercitynews.net)
- “Democrats and Press upset about even tiny cuts in government spending” and related posts (johnrlott.blogspot.com)
- Fred Barnes: Republicans Are Winning the Budget Fight (online.wsj.com)
- CNN Poll: Neither Democrats or GOP have edge in budget battle (politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com)
- House Republicans To Run Against D.C. Establishment Even Though They’re Part Of It (outsidethebeltway.com)