After listening to Obama's Libya explanation of how the U.S. under his direction jumped in and saved 250,000 Libyan men, women and children from certain annihilation by Muammar Gaddafi's loyalist army. I believe Obama used the word "I" about fifty times, as if he was the one who went to Libya and punched the entire country in the mouth, and ended the conflict with one crashing blow from his huge right hand. (Hey, that sounds like a song)! Just what the world needs another hero whose head is bigger than his body. One thing for sure though, Barack's nose is growing at a rapid pace. (Gepetto would be proud.) Does this man have no shame? If Barack earned a hundred dollars for every lie he's told, his fortune would dwarf that of his Socialist-in-arms George Soros.
After the Obama speech was over, I listened to the commentary on FOXNews, I was wondering if anyone besides my wife and myself picked up on the lies this President told. I guess it wasn't the lies so much, as we have all learned to expect that from Obama. It was the way he could somehow blame George Bush for entering into the Iraq war without permission from congress and referred to it as an impeachable offense at the time, but when he just sent war ships, war planes, missiles and troops to Libya, that was justifiable. Humanitarian, that's what Obama calls his infringement into the Libyan civil war. In his speech to a huge audience, Obama remarked that wherever America sees oppression and brutality against helpless innocent civilians, it was our duty to intervene, just to save the people though. This raises the question; why aren't we running air-strikes in Dar-fur? Why aren't we invading Russia, North Korea or China for that matter. All the dictators of these countries have and still are committing atrocities against their own civilian populace. Is America turning a blind eye in these countries, or are we just not capable of dealing with the dictator of say China? Is it that America owes China an extremely large financial debt? I am not just placing blame for these hypocrisies on Barack Hussein Obama, but if we are to be portrayed as the protector of innocent people around the globe, then we as a country are being somewhat lax in our protection. Hear are some examples of the free world, including the U.S. turning the blind eye: Over the years, Russia has mass murdered over 61 million of their own people, most under Stalin, China under Chairman Mao over a million, Cambodia, under Pol Pot in excess of 2 million, I could go on, but what would be the point? In essence, over 110,000,000 (million) people have been mass murdered by their own governments, and for some reason the rest of the world looked the other way.
So why did Obama pick Libya to get involved in? Why didn't Barack Obama choose to get involved in last year's attempted uprising in Iran? Why not Yemen, Syria, or Tunisia? Is it because we pick and choose for reasons that only the heads of state know?
America isn't to blame for these atrocities, the governments that perpetrated these acts upon their own people are to blame. I didn't even mention the Middle East countries when taking into consideration how many innocents have lost their lives to brutal dictators, suffice to say, dictators like Gaddafi, Saddam Hussein, Ahmadinejad, and even Muhammad the Islamic prophet. Democide (government genocide), has been a fact of life since the world began. We can thank God that in America it has been nominal, if you can call any genocidal murders nominal. I'm talking about the American Native Indian nations.
It can happen here in America again, make no mistake about that. The influx of Islam and their brutal and archaic laws. The Obama care law, with it's inevitable outcome of unsustainability, will certainly result in forms of euthanasia. Oh yes, it can happen, and who will step in to save us? Only God can save this dying society.