My apologies, it’s her again. This is a must watch, because it presents several issues at hand and I am glad that She-Who-Doesn’t-Want-To-Be-Tweeted did not interrupt Pedro Pierluisi, to get his point across.
The language remarks that Rick Santorum made when he dared touch the English language as an official language for Puerto Rico was a major blunder for the candidate, and let this be a lesson for other presidential candidates: DO.YOUR.HOMEWORK!
When I was ill and I felt weak, with headaches and post-seizure “hang-over” I decided to stimulate the brain with my usual politics TV shows and blogs to stay informed on our Libya war that is not war.
A day or so after feeling clearer, I was frustrated because I felt my brain was still not “there.” Turns out it was NOT my fault, it was Obama‘s.
Here he is, leaving Americans more puzzled than ever:
Per HotAir readers, he is seriously risking impeachment (Note: he can be impeached on many other reasons) because he sent men and women to Libya without Congress‘ debate and authorization and his delegation of powers to others.
The most important issue that he failed to focus upon was the alleged UN Mandate that calls for our Troops to be commanded by foreign beings.
The UN Mandate upon which they acted was a defacto deployment of our Troops in any nation at which there might be a perceived “Humanitarian Mission”
In other words, and to simplify, if this entire debacle is not immediately declared unconstitutional it will only open up our troops to become a part of the Bleu Helmets of the UN. And, yes, I spelled Bleu correctly.
Either Boehner calls for impeachment, or there’s going to be a whole lotta s**t going on from this point forward.
This man does not have the power to relegate our troops.
And as I sit, I am hearing flyovers and launches. Several.
Another post, same thread:
It is not about a lackluster speech.
This entire mission was a test case by the UN under Obama.
If Obama, through the UN can deploy our Military under any UN Mandate, and if this sh** is allowed to stick then we have a serious problem. This was his original mission.
The UN cannot be allowed to deploy, control, direct, define, mandate anything regarding any branch of the United States Military.
Obama just tried; it appears that he might suceed through the Libya mission. It is why he intentionally neglected the US Congress.
The results of his success will be disastrous.
It will be an interesting couple of weeks to see if the Republicans (and some Democrats) have the cojones to call him on it. American lives are on the line and we must not dither in our efforts to bring them back.
- Obama Faces Skepticism on Libya (businessweek.com)
- “Obama’s Libya speech: Libya is no Iraq” and related posts (nalert.blogspot.com)
- Obama to defend Libya policy in speech (politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com)
- What Should Obama’s Top Goal Be For Tonight’s Libya Speech? (usnews.com)
- Libya: Coalition Is Overstepping Its U.N. Mandate (npr.org)
- Obama calls Libya action successful (philly.com)
- Ron Paul On Possible Obama Impeachment Over Libya (gunnyg.wordpress.com)
- The White House on Libya: It’s Complicated (alternet.org)
- Obama on Libya (tripolitrip.wordpress.com)
- Reactions from President Obama’s speech (thewesternexperience.com)
What would Sarah Palin do to get our country back in the right track?
This article is a delight to read, because it is impartial, it provides facts that nobody can dispute, and that when she gets to fly to India for the “India Today” conclave there will be a lot of questions-and perhaps-part of her speech will cover this topic. The article was written by Beny Amin Korn, director of Jewish Americans for Sarah Palin.
It is noteworthy that the headline was published on Drudge last night, and I bet The New York Sun‘s website crashed. Sometimes I could not get through.
The call by the Arab League for Western military intervention in an Arab state — in this case asking that a UN “no-fly zone” be imposed over Libya – is not only without precedent but it puts in formal terms what Governor Palin stated three weeks ago should have been America’s response to the political and humanitarian crisis now unfolding there.
Naah, don’t worry. She’s just a trailer-trash, ignorant barefoot hick who is an idiot and a quitter.
And blogging and Twittering about it increased the concerns that this change in Middle East foreign policy is quite different from what “America as we know it” stands for. There’s truth to power about our many battles overseas. Despite of our feelings for that, positive or negative-let’s cheer up our guys and gals, who need our support and our prayers.
In a critique of Mr. Obama’s energy policies published yesterday at about the same time the Arab League was adopting her prescription for a Libya no-fly-zone, Mrs. Palin laid out how the president’s “war on domestic oil and gas exploration and production has caused us pain at the pump, endangered our already sluggish economic recovery, and threatened our national security.” Nor is Gov. Palin’s insight into complex international issues limited to areas of her immediate expertise.
The article goes on and brings up her accuracy on Jewish settlements back to 2009, with statistics proving that she was right on target on Israel too. Liberal Jews who voted Barack Obama into office and perhaps don’t care much about what goes on in Israel should be on a rude awakening, if they aren’t already.
Of all the speeches she has made all over the country, the “India Today” conclave’s speech is the one to listen to. Not only she has been granted to deliver her speech called, “My Vision Of America” the last day of the evening, she will be a special guest at the dinner afterwards.
- Palin Doctrine Emerges as Arab League Echoes Her Demarche on Libya (peregrine5700.wordpress.com)
- Palin: I’m very excited to visit India (sarahpalinblog.typepad.com)
- The ‘Palin Doctrine’: Obama follows Mama Grizzly to war in Libya (thehill.com)
- Palin plans to stop in Israel, meet with Netanyahu (sfgate.com)
- Palin Heads to Israel (blogs.abcnews.com)
- Palin curries favor in India…. (tagg-lines.com)
- Palin plans to stop in Israel, meet with Netanyahu (seattletimes.nwsource.com)
- The Caucus: Palin Jets to India and Israel This Weekend (thecaucus.blogs.nytimes.com)
- Palin: Keynote Speaker for India Today Conclave (sarahpalinblog.typepad.com)
- Gov. Palin to speak in India next month (texas4palin.blogspot.com)