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America Has Its Own Little Napoleon

Obama sues the Little Sisters Of The Poor for practicing their religious ban on abortion, takes them to court and abuses them in public for their long-held and much-respected principles, but when Russia hacks into the various data bases we either suspect or know they’ve invaded, and when Russia invades Crimea against all international agreements, and when Russia annihilates tens of thousands of innocent people in Aleppo, Syria, Obama terrifies Putin by warning him to “cut it out or there will be serious consequences”.

O-o-o-oh, Putin is really scared.

Where does Obama get the idea that his weak words of warning, which are never backed up with any action, will deter anyone from disrespecting and taunting America, and why does he think that his vacant threats will keep America from being attacked? Our idiot, indecisive, anti-Catholic president is the laughing stock of the world with his constant big-shot, strutting rhetoric and lack of action.

If Obama had been serious about terrorism or a Russian expansion in the Middle East and Eastern Europe, he’d have done something about the Red Line he drew in the Syrian sand and the world would be a better and more peaceful place. But that verbal-only line was crossed and followed up with only silence when Obama’s bluff was called by Assad. If Obama had taken any action at all there’d be less suffering and fewer homeless refugees in the world.

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America has been stuck for eight years with our own little Napoleon, except rather than having his hand stuck in his jacket, as France’s Napoleon is frequently pictured, our Obama has his head stuck up his butt.

Mr. Obama, as you leave office in 20 days, I wish you a fond Vaya con Dios, and please, for the sake of the nation and the world, stay in Hawaii and leave the big boys and girls to deal with domestic and international affairs. The serious efforts and considerations of real people, and especially the problems facing suffering people, are way above your comprehension and pay grade.

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About Dave King

Retired AT&T supervisor and Verisign manager, 72 years old, living in the Kansas City area.

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