Obama Votes “Present”

What a shock

WASHINGTON—President Barack Obama does not plan to accept any of the Afghanistan war options presented by his national security team, pushing instead for revisions to clarify how and when U.S. troops would turn over responsibility to the Afghan government, a senior administration official said Wednesday.

I mean, who could have possibly foreseen that a guy with no leadership experience would not be able to…lead.

But let me first give a shout-out to…

6 Responses to “Obama Votes “Present””

  1. JeffS says:


  2. Eric says:

    He won’t say what his policy is on Afghanistan, so he’s doing nothing. We’ve managed to put a complete charlatan in the White House, and now our troops are paying the price for it.

  3. tree hugging sister says:

    From a favorite movie:

    “Run away!!!”

  4. Yojimbo says:

    I think they should replace “Hail to the Chief” with Del Shannon’s “Runaway”

    I think he has stated what is policy on Afghanistan is. He is on record as saying that he is uncomfortable with the concept of victory citing the Japanese surrender on the Missouri. What dots aren’t connected from that?

    It’s about 2:58 AM

  5. Gary from Jersey says:

    I don’t think this has anything to do with dithering or Afghanistan. It’s more like he wants to grind the military down through exhaustion, poor morale and no re-ups.

    Look at his record, with Ft. Hood being only the latest installment: He doesn’t want to fight moslems. He wants America to lose. His amnesty bill, cap ‘n’ tax, health care and this latest about rooting out opponents in government would effectively destroy the Constitution.

    He knows what he’s doing. The war is only one stitch in his drive to unravel the country (God, I’m so sorry for the pun). Read Norman Thomas, Emma Goldman, Sinclair Lewis, Antonio Gramsci and Alinsky and see for yourself.

  6. Ebola says:

    We need to hire the dude from Happy Gilmore to randomly pop up behind him every few minutes and yell, “Jackass!”

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