Taunting Obama

watch-putinThe current Ukraine situation has led to tense foreign relations between America and Russia, the worst dispute since the end of the Cold War. Even for the conservatives amongst us, it presents a difficult situation, for few of us wish for America to send troops to the region, and there is little that the Obama administration can do against another strong world power that doesn’t involve foreign intervention.

That said, foreign relations and politics is often about trust and posturing – and this President has done a great job of letting everyone know that America is weak.

Simply, America is in this situation today because the President of Russia, Vladimir Putin, knew he could get away with it.  Putin is a smart man – no raving lunatic like previous adversaries Qaddafi or others – and a strongman.

As legendary journalist Bob Woodward noted last year, Obama has no personal relationships with political leaders.  Obama is ineffectual and not likable, and so Putin knew he could take action and get away with it. Obama, who embarked on an apology tour upon taking office, has taken America to an all-time low in foreign relations. The left ignores the fact that America is in a worse place than during the days of their arch-villain, George W. Bush (even amongst traditional close allies – as we learned from UK media, “The special relationship is over”).

Obama has spent a lot of time lecturing nations on how to act – and succeeded at improving relations with none. In addition to awful political skills, the man has been insulting and disrespectful to numerous foreign leaders, and possesses awful interpersonal skills. As an article last year detailed, Obama fails miserably at personal relationships.  The article said:

“The tensions between Mr. Obama and the Gulf states, both American and Arab diplomats say, derive from an Obama character trait: he has not built many personal relationships with foreign leaders. ‘He’s not good with personal relationships; that’s not what interests him,’ said one United States diplomat.”

He is ineffectual and not likeable – and so Putin knew he could get away with his aggressive behavior. No foreign allies would put their own necks out on the line for someone they don’t respect and don’t like. This President talks too much and does nothing, and Obama shall leave behind a legacy of disaster.

Last month, Obama claimed that Putin’s “tough-guy schtick” is usually only done in play to impress the Russians. Oh, really Mr. President? At least Obama was right on the plan to “reset” relations with Russia – they have indeed been reset.  Russia has the upper hand now on foreign relations. Amazingly, only a few weeks ago, Obama, the fool-in-chief, said the Russian president’s “bored, tough guy ‘schtick’ [is] aimed at [an] internal audience.” (He didn’t mention that “internal” stretched beyond Russia’s borders at that time.)

Embarrassingly, Russia’s deputy prime minister laughed off President Obama’s sanction list, and tweeted insults, asking “Comrade @BarackObama” if “some prankster” had come up with the embargo list. He then tweeted again to “Comrade @BarackObama” and asked “what should do those who have neither accounts nor property abroad? Or U didn’t think about it?” Russian senior politicians openly mocking America. Awful.

The 11 Russian and Ukrainian officials who were hit with American sanctions as punishment for Russia’s support of Crimea’s referendum knew this was coming for weeks. And they couldn’t care less, as it’s ineffectual and means nothing. As another Russian, Vladislav Surkov, told a Russian newspaper, “It’s a big honor for me. I don’t have accounts abroad. The only things that interest me in the U.S. are Tupac Shakur, Allen Ginsberg, and Jackson Pollock. I don’t need a visa to access their work. I lose nothing.”

Obama’s sheltered experience has been evident during his administration. He doesn’t mind his own business, doesn’t understand the importance of keeping one’s word, and thinks he is still in his Ivy League world.  In Realpolitik, strength breeds peace. American power and strength could allow Putin to step back with victory in Crimea, and call it a day.  Let us hope that’s a possibility and Obama will not bungle the situation any further.

President Obama is a simple laughingstock. He promised change – the change will be that the world will be a much different place after two Obama terms. Much less stable, and powerful for Western interests.

Obama will go down as the worst American President in history.

Comrade Obama is the world’s laughingstock.

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  • Gamal

    America should have built up military bases in Eastern Europe and the Ukraine a long time ago. Now it’s too late for the Ukraine.

    • Katya

      America should mind its own business and shouldn’t meddle into other countries’ affairs. NATO bases are not welcome in my country Ukraine.

      • Gamal

        Russia invades Ukraine and you say America should mind it’s own business? You are not Ukrainian. You are Russian.

        • Russian Bear 1987

          Russia doesn’t invade Ukraine itself, it invades Crimea which was handed out to Ukrainians by piece-of-shit Soviet commie Khruschev who himself was a Ukrainian. And yes, America should mind its own business instead of pointing us what to do. For example, gay rights. Your dear Barry was so mad at our gay propaganda legislative initiative that said he has no tolerance for any countries who violate LGBT rights yet he willfully ignores Saudi atrocities towards gays, because spineless roach is too afraid to lose precious oil if he really cares about human rights so much. If you care about violation of international law so much, then why did your dear USA recognize overthrow of democratically elected Ukrainian Yanukovich? Because it was the will of the people, and a fucking lot people got to the streets? Ok, nice, a lot Crimeans (the majority of Crimea are Russians FYI, not Tatars, not Ukrainians either) got to the streets too after this, if central authority can break laws, then why they can’t? Come on, you invaded Iraq, secular dictator fell down, pro-Iranian islamists came into power, Christians are now sorta extinct in Iraq without protection, Shia islamists are ruling now, and Sunni Al-Qaeda islamists trying to overthrow them, and hundreds of people die monthly there. Your warhawks (McCain and co.) now also want to invade Syria. You also invaded Afghanistan and Lybia, but well, I think it was fair, Afghanistan granted asylum to Bin Laden, the 9/11-guy, and Gaddafi was a blood-sucking islamist commie (he’s no different from current islamist authorities, except for being serious about foreign embassies’ security if you know what I mean :D).
          You can’t even possibly consider to be serious about lecturing us, can you?

          • New Yorker

            Crimea is legally part of Ukraine and it is recognized as such. Russia happened to be one of the signatories of Ukraine’s territorial integrity at the time of the dissolution of the USSR. It does not matter which POS transferred what a couple of decades or a couple of millenniums ago. As things stand now, Russia has committed an act of military aggression against a sovereign state next door. That the majority of Russians, who are now going berserk in their chauvinistic delirium, approve of this conquest, makes no difference and the fact remains that Russia is the aggressor and must be stopped by all means before things spiral out of control

          • Russian Bear 1987

            My rough estimate: 20 years until 99% of world’s population will forget what the fuck Crimea is without excessive media coverage. It’s not like you all care for Ukrainian integrity, you just want to kick my fatherland one more time (Cold War habit, maybe). Seriously, in 20 years you’ll forget about Crimea, the question will stuck airborne, and no one cares. Crimea is not like Israel. At best you recognize it, at worst you’ll just stop to care about it (and do hollow statements like ‘we respect Urkaine within its borders, blah-blah’) because of having common business interests with Russia :|

          • New York

            I could not care less about Crimea now, let alone 20 years from now. And your fatherland is for you to love or hate – I don’ care, really. But it is not the point. The point is that Russia has just upset the geopolitical balance in a big and nasty way, breaking her own guarantee, and – mark my word – will be punished for it. As I said before, Obamas come and Obamas go. But changes are coming.

          • Russian Bear 1987

            ‘the fact remains that Russia is the aggressor and must be stopped by all means before things spiral out of control’ – one question, tough guy. Are you yourself ready to sign in to fight in some shithole thousands miles away from your home and risk your life? How about enforced conscription? Americans will say ‘fuck off’ to Ukraine when they start to get enlisted to fight in some shithole where there’s no even any oil :| Besides ‘all means’ also means usage of WMDs? Ready to use them too, warhawk? Sad reality is you won’t do anything militarily, whoever becomes your next USA president and whoever will be in control of congress. You’ll stop trade, freeze assets of our businessmen, etc, but there won’t be any war no matter how hard you want it :X

          • New Yorker

            I hope it won’t come WMD. But a war? You might get one. It may be an economic war or a conflagration here and there. Are you ready to fight one? The fuhrer, in his time, believed that he could get away with anything. Unfortunately, he miscalculated – Chamberlain was out soon enough.

          • Russian Bear 1987

            Hitler WOULD get smth he wanted if he didn’t attack Poland which triggered Britain’s action, or USSR for that matter. Your governments themselves handed out Czechoslovakia to him, remember?

          • New Yorker

            Not my government – British under Chamberlain and Franch with Daladier at the helm. And Hitler thought he could grab some more and enlisted Soviet help who happily shared the spoils and never failed to send the fuhrer heart felt greetings following his successes. The fact is that Hitler did attack Poland. To speculate now whether he would or not under different circumstances is historic revisionism. No one wanted war but it happened all the same.

          • New Yorker

            Obama so far has acted in a fashion similar to that of Chamberlain. But I don’t believe it will last.

          • nimbii

            Barry is gay, not bisexual, GAY. See Jerome Corsi’s review of Obama’s exploits in Chicago’s upscale gay bars when he was a state senator. That is probably why Putin has such an aversion to him. If Corsi knows about Obama’s gay escapades, so does the the KGB.

          • Gamal

            Unfortunately I agree with some of your points. Putin has a right to protect Russian children from gay propaganda. I don’t think he has a right to persecute gays though. I believe that people’s relationships are their own business. Your point about Obama ignoring Saudi persecution of gays is correct, when it comes to Muslims Obama does anything they want. On the other hand Putin is helping Muslims including Iran, one of the most dangerous and fanatical Muslim states in the world. Once Iran gets nuclear bombs it will be a very short time before the Chechens get them, believe me. I completely agree with you about the situation of Christians in Iraq and I am outraged at the Obama administration for not helping the Christians in the Middle East. Instead of granting refuge to Christians he is importing large numbers of Muslims into the United States. It’s unbelievable what he is doing. Regarding Syria, the Syrian government used poison gas and killed many people including children. That is a terrible crime and the U.S. is right to want to do something about it. Where is Putin who is so friendly with Assad? Putin tries to blame others for what Assad’s supporters did. Putin blamed the opposition for killing their own people in the Ukraine. That is outrageous. That killing is why there was a coup. There are many people in the Ukraine who want freedom. Obama, for all his faults, is speaking out for them.

          • Russian Bear 1987

            Gamal, our law is intended to stop all this political correct nonsense like fines upon priests who won’t recognize gay marriage, etc, not to take on gays. How many months have passed since the law passed? Do you know how many people were persecuted? A dozen or so.

            About Assad… Assad is bad, he’s a killer, his soldiers kill, rape, torture… but in no way they would manslaughter someone that way as a form of religious human sacrifice prescribed as religion: http://www.barenakedislam.com/2014/03/18/gruesome-obama-backed-isis-jihadist-rebels-operating-human-slaughterhouses-for-christians-and-certain-muslims-discovered-in-syria/ You also wouldn’t see them eating human flesh, etc. Consider Assad the lesser of two evils. You think islamist rebels wouldn’t use that weapon if they had it? FSA is mostly moderate, yes, but they are too weak compared to islamists, srsly, FSA = 40-60K, Islamic Front + Jabhat Nusra + ISIL = around 80K of fighters (McCain/Kerry bitching that majority of rebels are moderate is bullcrap).
            About Putin and Obama… Putin tries to deal with both Iran and Israel, I don’t know if Western media covered it, but he accepted Hamas delegation in Kremlin once and tried to pressure on them to recognize Israel, recently Russia and Israel started a joint commission to explore the possibiltity of creation of free-trade zone. Putin also made Russia-Israel traves easy by making a deal that Israelis don’t need to have visa to enter Russia and vice versa. Obama supports EVERY FUCKING islamist force he comes across: he’s easy on Iran nuclear thing (Iran is pro-Assad), he supports Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, he supports Wahhabi Saudis (who consider Muslim Brotherhood heretics, they banned it and even supported Sisi’s empowerment and Morsi’s fall in Egypt). It’s even getting ridiculous and laughable when he supports totally hostile-to-each-other forces just because they’re islamists. He’s even OK with Al-Qaeda (except Yemen and Iraq, but as for Syria or Lybia, he’s ok with it) if it’s needed for his agenda.
            About Iran… let me tell you: I strongly disagree with it. I’m pro-Israel… you will be actually surprised to know how many Russian are pro-Israel. Iran is inhumane mullah theocracy and pretty much an aggressive backwards dark-ages-like society. We should drop support for it.

        • GinoMachiavelli

          So when do you ship out to Russian Front?

          Dress warm, bring large piece of white cloth…and a shovel.

        • BagLady

          Regardless of Katya’s roots, America should mind its own business. If any one is going to do battle it will be Europe and Russia (God help us). It’s all rather pathetic, and destructive.

          • Wolfthatknowsall

            Yes, Russia should mind its own business. The sovereign territory of another nation is not its business, unless through terrorism and other acts that nation has unduly provoked it.

            And when Putin is angered by “atrocities” against Russians in France, and his armies are advancing towards the Marne, you can blame the weakness and indecisiveness of one man: Barack Hussein Obama.

            Perhaps current affairs will stir Germany to rebuild her military forces, and add nukes to the mix. A re-militarized Germany would be Europe’s best hope. But that “hope” carries perils of its own …

            Weakness breeds strength and aggression.

          • Gamal

            Lets think about what has happened here. Many Ukrainians wanted freedom from Russia. They wanted the freedoms that Europeans enjoy. They demonstrated and snipers shot and killed some of them. Those snipers were either Yanukovich’s men or sent by Russia to help Yanukovich stay in power. The result was Yanukovich was overthrown. Does Yanukovich deserve to stay in power if his men shot demonstrators? If Russian snipers were responsible doesn’t Yanukovich have responsibility for their actions? Does Russia have the right to kill Ukrainian demonstrators?
            Putin wants to rebuild the Soviet Union after it fell apart after Glastnost. He sees the freedom of Glastnost as having been a disaster for the Soviet Union. This is especially apparent to him when countries that broke away start joining the Europeans who he sees as the enemy. Europe and America are pro-freedom.
            To some extent glasnost was a bad thing and I say this as a free American. Glasnost freed the Muslim fanatics of Chechnya. Freedom is not always good. If it was we should free everyone sitting in our jails. On the other hand the Ukrainians who wanted to join Europe were not fanatic Muslims. Sure there were some crazies among them but as a whole they were good people. They have a right to freedom.

      • BagLady

        Katya. What a find you are. Give us some bloggers on the ground so we can witness the repeat, repeat, repeat evolution of strategically placed countries. They have no imagination of course, these bullies and, already the predictable soldier death has occurred. A masked man with no ID came over the rooftops with his sniper rifle. The spark is in the tinder box. Western taxpayers are funding undercover s**t stirring operations like this that plunge their fellow innocent into war simply to finance the battle of $billionaire titans.

        Don’t you feel used?

        • Drakken

          How is that f**king communism working out for you?

    • BagLady

      Please go search for NATO bases in the area and you may wish to change your uneducated wild guess.

  • wileyvet

    In a tie back to Mr. Torossian’s other article here, Jay Z gets and deserves more respect than the President of the United States. One a hip hopper, the other a flip flopper.

  • moovova

    Obama’s Apology Tour was really a veiled apology to the American people.

    He was apologizing in advance for the next four (or eight) years of his recklessness and cowardice.

  • MidSouthMitch

    Dinesh D’Souza was correct! See 2016: Obama’s America

  • BagLady

    We don’t need many maps to see that it is the West that is pushing further and further East with its heavy weapons positioned like a scythe. Please don’t let’s even suggest that Putin is the aggressor when he steps in to safeguard his Navy and his frontiers from the ever encroaching NATO.

    Perhaps he would have acted earlier had he had the strength (backing?) at the time.

    He needs Kiev.

    • Russian Bear 1987

      Heck, who needs Kiev? Only commie (or monarchists) idiots who want to restore USSR or Russian Empire. Personally, I only would love to reshape my fatherland’s borders that way: include Crimea, exclude Caucasus republics, Tatarstan, Bashkiria, let them mind their own business like sharia or whatever they want, and bomb them into the glass if they ever dare to attack us. Ukraine and especially Kiev are choke-full of pro-muslim idiots. Neonazi Ukrainians (UNA-UNSO) hated us so much that sent volunteers to fight against us in First Russian-Chechen war in 1994. Ironic, they fought for the guys, for whom these Ukrainians are no more than other silly infidels. You think we want this piece-of-crap-idiots-populated territories into our precious country? I prefer to keep it clean from muslims and their sympathizers, nope, sorry, fuck Ukraine, they better go to EU, we don’t want them.

      • New Yorker

        You are entitled to shape and reshape the borders or anything you like and the way you like it on a piece of paper in your study. Unilaterally reshaping them in the real world according to your liking equals aggression. Your country may have gained Crimea because your president and his stooges feel like they own it. But this victory will be short-lived. In the long-term, your country and your people will suffer in multiple ways. The current breed of those in power in the West is a mediocre, impotent bunch; they come and they go. But Putin might have just awakened the giant. Somehow I think that he bit more that he can swallow.

        • Russian Bear 1987

          Will you impose more economic sanctions? Or you elect the guy who will go at war with us? Or maybe you expel all diplomats and stop diplomatic relations? Or your Obama will unfriend Putin on Facebook? And what year we will start to suffering by? Buddy, you sound scary :O

          • New Yorker

            I won’t impose and I won’t go to war against you. I don’t care about you. I speak for myself and am expressing my own viewpoint. But it does not take a genius to realize that changes are coming. I did not vote for Obama. But if you think that – like many of your countrymen dismiss – the West as a bunch of brainless dupes, you are in for some unpleasant discoveries. Just wait and see.

          • Russian Bear 1987

            I’ll wait for 2016… to see yet another leftard liberal progressive GOP RINO or donkey DINO getting elected which most likely happens. Well, at least time I hope it won’t be a Sunni muslim bisexual democratic socialist, because having muslim president for 2 times in a row is a bit too much :D Maybe this time it will be Shia homosexual straightforward commie?

          • New Yorker

            You may get your wish assuming you are sincere.

      • New Yorker

        Take away natural resources (pay heed to your Chinese friends next door who may soon be tempted to extend protection to their fellow mandarin-speakers across their northern border) and your “precious” country will be revealed as a Petemkin village it is, a third world country, no better than Ukraine, or perhaps Venezuella. While your countrymen, deluded as they are, expose for everyone to see their herd like collective mentality, they fail to understand in their stupidity, that their little world is getting smaller. They do not get anything out of this latest annexation of another’s territory. They are being used and manipulated like any mob would. That is Russia for you.

      • Wolfthatknowsall

        My Russian friend, Mr. Putin doesn’t wish to restore either the Soviet Union or the Russian Empire. He wants the landmass that the Soviets once ruled under his absolute control. Who needs to be called a Tsar when one has the power of a Tsar, eh?

        His new “empire” … note the small “e” … will be fundamentally a corporate-fascist state, which it is, today. Personally, I would prefer that Mr. Putin and China go to war with each other over Mongolia and eastern Siberia. The “winner” will no longer be a world power. Then, the US … restored in its military and economic power … will be in a position to put the winner in his place in the world.

        No matter how weak and hesitant the United States seems to you, everything will change “in a moment, in a twinkling of the eye” to its natural order, once men dominate this country.

        So, enjoy your little moment in the sun. It won’t last …

        • Russian Bear 1987

          China and Russia won’t go at war, period, we both have nuclear weapons, it’s too risky for both. It will be some small border provocations at worst. Absolute control? You yourself want to control Earth, don’t you? You support Arab spring, you support opposition movements thru your sponsored NGOs, you interfere with sovereign nations politics (go to Google and google ‘Victoria Nuland phonecall leak) and accuse my country? Hey, your Obama can’t stand independent govt in Egypt (largest Arab country), he urged to release Morsi and return the political powers to MB. You also want to control Israel and make it dependent on your help, just listen up to this Kerry thug, treathening them with war and economic collapse if they don’t accept his ‘peace plan’, this is why you support Palestinian terrorists with billions of funds, to blackmail Israelis. Who supported the whole Arab spring which resulted into the islamist revolution? Were powers who came into power in Tunisia, Egypt, Lybia (and now want to come into power in Syria) secular ones?

          And yes, men don’t dominate USA politics since Reagan, if you call McCain or Romney ‘men’, I feel sorry for ya.

          • New Yorker

            I apologize for intruding. But please let me respond.

            Obama is a fool of the first order. Kerry is worse. As far as the Europeans go, none of them even warrants a discussion. A lot of thugs around the world rightly sensed the vacuum and took action. But for all of Obama’s weaknesses, Putin is still a thug, his rhetoric notwithstanding. When the West finally gets their collective act together, it is Russia as a country who will be the big loser. Capital stays in America but flies from Russia. There is a reason for that.

            As for your remarks “You yourself want to control Earth, don’t you?”, that’s just childish. There is an established world order, where here and there, things may get a bit tangled up and require attention. But it is not the same as when the prevailing order gets violated by a major player catching everyone by surprise From then on things will no longer be the same.

            China and Russia may well end up fighting each other for territory and resources sooner or later, if not yet – It does not have to come to nuclear exchange.

  • BagLady

    He is ineffectual and not likeable – and so Putin knew he could get away with his aggressive behavior.

    Surely the aggressive behaviour came from the IMF when it muscled in with its $16 billion loan to a bunch of known crooks, thus outdoing Putin’s puny $3 billion (now written off) assistance.

    ‘Aggression’ has become suave. It puts on a smiley face while quietly stabbing you in the back and all the while there’s a soughing sound in the conduit as the wealth is sucked out of outlying nations.

    Ukraine joining Europe is rather like East Timor rejoining Indonesia…… and Scotland leaving London.

    • nimbii

      Now that 80 billion or so was transferred from Ukraine to Zurich by oligarchs, what interest does Putin have in taking it over and incurring the expense of a military presence?

      • BagLady

        Like I said elsewhere, you only have to look at the map of the encroaching NATO bases to see that Ukraine is Putin’s last buffer zone and once that country hands over its sovereignty to the IMF, there will be no barrier.

        At the moment Russia supplies the EU with 1/3rd of its power and it will take some time to replace it — no doubt with dirty tar sands and fracking. Will Russia care? I feel sure that China will take up the slack and probably pay in Yuan.

        As you say, there is huge investment in Europe by rich Russians. The London housing bubble would totally collapse without them.

        In the meantime, the US has its US-Ukraine Business Council. Its Executive Committee, working selflessly to bring ‘freedom’ and ‘prosperity’ to Ukrainians, would seem to have a fair bit of political clout in the area:

        –Melissa Agustin, Director, International Government Affairs & Trade for Monsanto

        –Brigitte Dias Ferreira, Counsel, International Affairs for John Deere

        –Steven Nadherny, Director, Institutional Relations for agriculture equipment-maker CNH Industrial

        –Jeff Rowe, Regional Director for DuPont Pioneer

        –John F. Steele, Director, International Affairs for Eli Lilly & Company

        And, of course, Cargill’s Van A. Yeutter. But Cargill isn’t alone in their warm feelings toward Ukraine. As Reuters reported in
        May 2013, Monsanto — the largest seed company in the world — plans to build a $140 million “non-GM (genetically modified) corn seed plant in Ukraine.”

        And right after the decision on the EU trade deal, Jesus Madrazo, Monsanto’s Vice President for Corporate Engagement, reaffirmed his company’s “commitment to Ukraine” and “the importance of creating a favorable environment that encourages innovation and fosters the
        continued development of agriculture.”

        • nimbii

          I meant my comments as tongue-in-cheek. Your serious treatment of the take-over is much appreciated.

          • BagLady

            If Monsanto plans to ‘develop’ Ukraine’s agriculture, perhaps Putin should argue that he is saving the people from a GM food takeover. He’d get a lot of western sympathy there, I think.

  • Rebel

    “Obama has spent a lot of time lecturing nations on how to act – and succeeded at improving relations with none.” and there you go

  • nimbii

    Putin scatters the US and the EU like a farmer through a chicken yard.

  • http://www.apollospeaks.com/ ApolloSpeaks

    WHAT BEGAN AT MUNICH WITH BIDEN ANNOUNCING OBAMA’S RESET-APPEASEMENT POLICY WITH RUSSIA

    took an ominous turn for the worse yesterday with Putin annexing Crimea on the 145th birthday of Neville Chamberlain’s birth. And if that wasn’t ominous enough Biden was in Poland.

    Click my name them my website for the story.

    • Wolfthatknowsall

      I pride myself, somewhat, on my knowledge of history. But I didn’t remember that yesterday was Neville Chamberlain’s birthday.

      Putin sent the world a message, didn’t he?

      • http://www.apollospeaks.com/ ApolloSpeaks

        Either Putin or Providence or both.

  • Michael Shaw

    So Obama is a worse President than Carter. I did not think that possible.

  • Lanna

    Putin seeks the power and to be the head of the New World Order…Its like no one even hears Obama any more…he has lost his effectiveness….when your house is built on sand without a solid foundation, that foundation eventually crumbles.

  • Arlie

    Why would Communist 0bama want to have Communist Putin look good? Transformation. Think about it. What else would a treasonous traitor to the US Consditution do?

  • Conrad

    Obama, Jarrett, Kerry, Sunstein, et al., have exactly the same mind set and maturity as those who run your kid’s Junior High School’s Student Council; the difference is your teenager doesn’t control armies or ABC agencies and has no access to nuclear weapons.

  • rebaaron

    Obama is an empty suit, and he has a bad tailor

  • Castrated Generals

    No wonder Putin thinks NATO is a bunch of pussies.

    http://youtu.be/9BLjm0HZ008

  • Mark N Starla Traina

    Someone needs to introduce the PRESIDENT to a FELLOW who previously went by the name of W. C. FIELDS!

    OBAMACARE reaches 7-MILLION BENCHMARK and the NAAWP calls BULL$HYT!

    The BIGGEST LIAR in AMERICAN HISTORY makes another TOTALLY FALSE CLAIM about the AFFORDABLE HEALTH CARE PLAN, which was previously INFAMOUSLY called OBAMACARE! OBAMACARE – the AFFORDABLE HEALTH CARE PROGRAM is all a huge FARCE! It never WORKED and will never WORK – if you think it will work simply call CITY HALL in your home town and see how long they put you on HOLD. As a matter of FACT calling in a 911 EMERGENCY in CITIES and TOWNS like NEW ORLEANS, ATLANTA, BOSTON, DENVER, BROOKLYN, WATTS, BATON ROUGE, DETROIT, FLINT, NEW JERSEY, ATLANTIC CITY, BIRMINGHAM, MONGOMERY, DOUGLASVILLE, JACKSON, COLUMBUS, OAKLAND, SHREVEPORT, MONROE, BESSMER, GRETNA, CHICAGO, BALTIMORE, PITTBURG, CHARLESTON, CHARLOTTE, MEMPHIS, PHILLY and WASHINGTON D.C. can result in being FORCED to leave a MESSAGE on an ANSWERING MACHINE or waiting up to 3-HOURS for POLICE OFFICERS and other EMERGENCY RESPONDERS to arrive on the SCENE! Things are really that AWFUL – thousands of our fellow AMERICANS are BLEEDING to DEATH as a result of GOVERNMENTAL INEFFICIENCY and GOVERNMENT CORRUPTION.

    OBAMACARE won’t WORK because our LOCAL, STATE and FEDERAL GOVERNMENT is far too INEFFICIENT and far too CORRUPT!

    BARACK OBAMA is more of a STAND UP COMMEDIAN or AMERICAN PRANKSTER than a PRESIDENT and you can take that to the BANK!

    PRESIDENT OBAMA has lied to U.S. on too many occasions for U.S. to COUNT!

    PRESIDENT OBAMA in his own WORDS:

    1) YOU CAN KEEP YOUR HEALTH CARE PLAN PERIOD

    2) YOU CAN KEEP YOUR DOCTOR PERIOD

    3) THE IRS DID NOTHING WRONG PERIOD

    4) THE NSA DID NOTHING PERIOD

    5) THE FBI DID NOTHING WRONG PERIOD

    6) THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE DID NOTHING WRONG PERIOD

    7) THE FORMER SECRETARY OF STATE DID NOTHING WRONG PERIOD

    8) THE DHS DID NOTHING WRONG PERIOD

    9) THE EPA DID NOTHING WRONG PERIOD

    10) PRESIDENT OBAMA NOW CLAIMS THAT HE DIDN’T LIE TO U.S. ABOUT BEING ABLE THE KEEP OUR DOCTOR AND OUR HEALTH CARE PLAN PERIOD

    11) THE ONLY PERSON WHO DID ANYTHING WRONG WAS GEORGE W. BUSH AND THAT’S WHY HE RELIEVED HIM OF HIS PRESIDENTIAL DUTIES PERIOD

    FACT: Our PRANKSTER PRESIDENT has a very SERIOUS CREDIBILITY PROBLEM, not just with U.S., but throughout the entire WORLD!

    The NAAWP thinks that PRESIDENT OBAMA should be IMPEACHED, RECALLED and/or RELIEVED of his OFFICIAL DUTIES!

    AMERICA cannot possibly TOLERATE any more LIES:

    http://www.redflagnews.com/headlines/russia-laughs-at-obama-sanctions-calls-him-prankster

    BO ZO the PRESIDENT – if only all this STUPID STUFF was FUNY!

  • Mark N Starla Traina

    NAAWP requests that all WHITE PEOPLE BOYCOTT – MSNBC

    MSNBC is now describing LOIS LERNER as the VICTIM of the IRS
    SCANDAL:

    http://www.ijreview.com/2014/04/128752-delusional-msnbc-host-hey-lois-lerner-irs-actually-victims/

    PLEASE
    do not WATCH MSNBC and PLEASE BOYCOTT their SPONSORS?

    The
    NAAWP helped bring down the SOUTHERN POVERTY LAW SINNERS and the
    ANTI-DEFACATION LEAGUERS and we can TURN OUT the LIGHTS at MSNBC with your
    HELP!

    naawp,
    et., al. all copy rights unreserved – 2014

  • http://www.marktraina.webs.com Mark N Starla Traina

    PRESIDENT OBAMA’S BIGGEST ACCOMPLISHMENT is “WORLD’s GREATEST LIAR”
    The 5 Most Dangerous Cities in the U.S. are all BLACK, BLIGHTED and CRACK INFESTED!

    http://stuffblackpeopledontlike.blogspot.com/2013/04/the-racial-demographics-of.html

    Even though economic woes are up, violent crime is down in the United States. Getty Images
    Every year, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) releases its annual Uniform Crime Report. From this report, we can list (statistically) America’s most dangerous cities. Some might surprise you; others not so much. Regardless, all are selected based on hard data compiled by the bureau’s Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) unit.
    Don’t let this list get you down, though. The overall picture is actually much sunnier: Even though economic woes are up, crime (particularly violent crime) is down in the United States, and it’s been trending downward for the last five years. But that doesn’t mean you should abandon common sense wherever and whenever you travel. In general, avoid deserted areas, particularly at night, leave your valuables at home, and park in well-lighted areas. Finally, keep in mind that statistics only tell a small part of the story; talk to locals for a fuller picture.
    1. Flint, Michigan
    The birthplace of General Motors went into a tailspin when the auto industry collapsed and its workforce went from 80,000 to around 8,000. Michael Moore, a Flint native, documented the decline in his 1989 film Roger & Me, which memorably showed laid-off workers being evicted from their homes on Christmas Eve. With a median income of $27,049 — a whopping 46 percent below the national average — and 36 percent of its population living below the poverty line, gang activity and drugs have hit Flint hard. But police Chief Alvern Lock is stepping up community policing with such federally funded programs as the Blue Badge Volunteer Corps and by cementing partnerships with state police and area task forces. Early 2011 FBI statistics show that something is clearly working: The violent crime rate was down in nearly all categories.
    2. Detroit, Michigan

    1) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WgymB3CfR5Y&feature=player_detailpage
    2) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WgymB3CfR5Y&feature=player_detailpage#t=25

    3) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WgymB3CfR5Y

    Few cities have had as precipitous a decline as Detroit. The bankrupt auto industry, the collapse of the housing bubble and the flight from the inner city — all have had a hand in Detroit’s Shakespearean fall from vital Midwestern hub to urban wasteland. But hopeful signs are everywhere. FBI statistics for the first half of 2011 indicate that violent crime is down 24 percent compared with the same period in 2010. Revitalization projects have pumped $1.5 billion into the city and have included a spiffed-up riverfront with the RiverWalk and green spaces. The Detroit Tigers (MLB) and Lions (NFL) both had stellar 2011 seasons. Urban farming is another proposal on the table, with 30,000 acres of vacant land ripe for crops.
    3. St. Louis, Missouri
    4. New Haven, Connecticut
    5. Memphis, Tennessee

    NAAWP CRIME NEWS: http://travel.aarp.org/articles-tips/articles/info-10-2013/most-dangerous-american-cities.page.2.html

    “AMERICA is at WAR in 2014 whether we LIKE it or NOT, to PRETEND to otherwise is a LILY WHITE LIBERAL LIE!” (TRAINAISM)

    NATIONAL ASSOCIATION for the ADVANCEMENT of WHITE PEOPLE

  • http://www.marktraina.webs.com Mark N Starla Traina

    NAAWP BOYCOTTS CNN, MSNBC, HLN, OWN, ABC, CBS, CNBC, NBC and CNBC
    FOX NEWS is currently on PROBATION and the needs to do much more SERIOUS COVERAGE of CRIME in AMERICA!
    The FIVE SUCKS, and NAAWP MEMBERS want the NEWS – not STUPID MUMBO JUMBO BULL$HYT!
    The NEWS does not have to be FUNY, but it MUST be INFORMATIVE!
    NAAWP BOYCOTTS:
    1) GENERAL ELECTRIC
    2) GENERAL MOTORS

  • http://www.marktraina.webs.com Mark N Starla Traina

    “The NEWS does not have to be FUNY, but it MUST be INFORMATIVE!” (TRAINAISM)
    “I haven’t really TAUGHT you anything until you can TEACH it to someone else!” (TRAINAISM)
    “WINNING ain’t really WINNING if you have to surround yourself with a BUNCH of LOSERS in order to WIN!” (TRAINAISM)

  • http://www.marktraina.webs.com Mark N Starla Traina

    “GOD BLESS my SPOUSE and GOD BLESS our HOUSE!” (TRAINAISM)
    “The most powerful FORCE in the UNIVERSE is LOVE – GOD is LOVE!” (TRAINAISM)
    “My PASSION EMPOWERS my PEN!” (TRAINAISM)
    “My PEN is my SECOND BEST FRIEND!” (TRAINAISM)
    “Write down your THOUGHTS before they DISAPPEAR like LEAVES in the WIND!” (TRAINAISM)
    “Never tell PEOPLE what they want to HEAR, but always tell PEOPLE the TRUTH!” (TRAINAISM)
    “To EDUCATE is to LIBERATE, ironically that’s exactly the opposite of what the COMMONUNISM CORE was DESIGNED to do!” (TRAINAISM)

  • http://www.marktraina.webs.com Mark N Starla Traina

    “The COMMON CORE is DESIGNED to produce PRODUCTS of the STATE and FEDERAL GOVERNMENT, not PUPILS!” (TRAINAISM)

  • http://www.marktraina.webs.com Mark N Starla Traina

    “Somebody needs to tell PRESIDENT OBAMA that being the WORLD’S GREATEST LIAR is not exactly what we HIRED him to do!”
    “In 6-years PRESIDENT OBAMA has NAGARRIGGED our FEDERAL GOVERNMENT, CAR-JACKED our ECONOMY, our HIGH-JACKED our FOREIGN RELATIONS, FUCKED UP our HEALTHCARE and HOT-WIRED our SCHOOL SYSTEM, but don’t tell ANYBODY, just let this be our DIRTY little SECRET!” (TRAINAISM)
    “The NAAWP is HOPIN and PRAYIN that PRESIDENT OBAMA will be IMPEACHED and U.S. ATTORNEY GENERAL ERIC AZZHOLDER will be IMPRISONED!” (TRAINAISM)
    “SECRETARY of STATE HILLARY CLINTON most ADMIRAL TRAIT, is her PHYSICAL BEAUTY!” (TRAINAISM)