Our foreign policy is supervised by a man-child with more self-esteem than brains
Barack Obama, Nobel Peace Prize winner, takes going to war every bit as seriously as you would expect.
Even as the debate about arming the rebels took on a new urgency, Mr. Obama rarely voiced strong opinions during senior staff meetings. But current and former officials said his body language was telling: he often appeared impatient or disengaged while listening to the debate, sometimes scrolling through messages on his BlackBerry or slouching and chewing gum.
Obama slept while Americans died in Benghazi because he was prepping to go part in Vegas with Jay-Z. And if Americans weapons fall into the hands of Al Qaeda and end up being used to kill Americans, then while that was being discussed we can take comfort in the fact that the man at the top was taking the time to chew gum, roll his eyes and scroll through his radical pals' latest Facebook updates.
The New York Times is reporting that an anonymous source described Russian President Vladamir Putin as "infuriated" when Obama described Putin's body language "like the bored kid in the back of the classroom."
Right back atcha. Putin might have said.
Our ridiculous foreign policy is supervised by a ridiculous man-child with more self-esteem than brains who can't be bothered to pay attention when lives are on the line because his own entertainment comes first.
It's no surprise that the parents of the Americans murdered in Benghazi have yet to receive a straight answer from Obama. He doesn't care. That gets in the way of his "Me Time" playing golf and vacationing and parting with music stars and celebs.
War? He'll show up and play with his phone and then say, "Yes" or "No" or "Let's think about this some more" and hit the links.