Being held accountable takes a new direction.

There’s always some truth in humor.

That must mean there’s indisputable fact in snark.

Apologies to the Jerusalem Post, but when an article is written like this, the ‘additions’ in parenthesized italics are the thoughts of at least half our nation……

Obama: Gaddafi’s gov’t must be held accountable (So does Obama’s).

US president says (the American people say) Libya violating human rights, brutalizing its people (Obama administration continuously violating their oaths of office) ; Libya poses “unusual and extraordinary threat” to US nat’l security (So does the Obama administration).

“By any measure, Muammar Gaddafi’s government (the Obama administration) has violated international norms (standing Constitutional laws) and common decency (and State’s Rights) and must be held accountable,” Obama said (the American people said) in a statement announcing the penalties (pettitioning their government for redress).

In an executive order (a ‘nudge’ written by Cass Sunstein) detailing the sanctions (thousands of new regulations and mandates) and signed by Obama, the president said the instability (the typical bitter clingers) in Libya (in the tea parties) constituted an “unusual and extraordinary threat” to US national security and foreign policy (and his pending anointment as president-for-life).

What ?

Something seem amiss ?

Oh, right…… “It can’t happen here”.

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The framers of our Constitution knew that the government should never have a monopoly on force.   That’s why they articulated our God given right to self defense and ensured the right to keep and bear arms was written in our Bill of Rights.   Let’s not forget: George Washington didn’t use his right to free speech to defeat the British.   He shot them.

2 Responses to Being held accountable takes a new direction.

  1. Heh Kenny. Love it. You really have that snark thing going in a good way.

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