Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Al-Qaeda is no longer the enemy. We're not really sure who is the enemy. Oceania, maybe?

Last night, the President of The United States appeared before us to say that he was asking Congress to delay a vote on his proposal to carry out a military action that is "incredibly small" and whose timing doesn't matter, against an enemy who is also fighting other people who are our enemy, with no defined objective, no follow-up, and no defined goal. 

In other words, within two weeks we could be working as Al-Qaeda's Air Force*

*stolen from Dennis Kucinich


MingoV said...

"We're not really sure who is the enemy."

Hardly a surprise, because Obama's commonest behaviors include lying (almost continually) and see-sawing.

CenTexTim said...

"We're not really sure who is the enemy."

Perhaps the enemy is the scoundrels currently running our country.