Topic category: International Affairs/Foreign Policy
Allen West History Lesson re Killing of Usama bin Laden during Bararack Obama Presidency and Killing of Japan's Admiral Yamamoto in 1943 During Franklin Roosevelt Presidency. Suppose, on April 18, 1943, after American P-38's shot-down the Japanese warplane carrying Admiral Yamamoto, the mastermind of the Pearl Harbor attack, President Franklin D. Roosevelt were to have decleared "we have defeate the Empire of Japan."
Would Roosevelt have said this: "My fellow Americans, acting on my orders, a special force of P-38 Lightenings in our 339th Fighter Squadron, 347th Fighter Group, Thirteenth Air Force, shot-down the Japanese warplane carrying Admiral Yamamoto on this April 18, 1943, a day that will forever live in the Annals of End-Zone Dancing as I hereby declare: Our war against the Empire of Japan is OVER."
West History Lesson re Killing of Usama bin Laden during Bararack Obama
Presidency and Killing of Japan's Admiral Yamamoto in 1943 During Franklin
Roosevelt Presidency-- Suppose, on April 18, 1943, President Franklin D.
Roosevelt were to have declared the following to the Congress and to the
Americans, acting on my orders, a special force of P-38 Lightenings in our 339th
Fighter Squadron, 347th Fighter Group, Thirteenth Air Force, shot-down the
Japanese warplane carrying Admiral Yamamoto on this April 18, 1943, a day that
will forever live in the Annals of End-Zone Dancing as I hereby declare:
Our war against the Empire of Japan is OVER."
Campaign Video Touts His Ordering SEALS to Kill Usama bin Laden and Implies
Romney Would Not Have Done So But Omits Osama's Last Words a.k.a. Usama's Last
Wrenn, Editor, PoliSat.Com , PoliticalXray.Com .
May 1, 2012--
President Barack Obama's 2012 campaign video on the one-year anniversary of the
killing of Usama bin Laden (a.k.a. Osama bin Laden) touts his order for the Navy
SEALS to kill bin Laden and implies Mitt Romney would not have issued such
order, but the campaign video also deliberately failed to include the now-famous
quotation of Usama's Last Words a.k.a. Osama's Last Words (as he saw a Navy SEAL
taking aim at him): "I'd Rather be Waterboarded."
not reported is that as the Navy SEAL pulled the trigger, he said (in response
to Usama's Last Words): "Don't forget to explain to the 72 virgins
that if it were not for Khalid Sheik Mohammed having been waterboarded (under
supervision of Jose
Rodriguez, Jr. by authorization from Bush 43), we would
never have learned the clues that were essential to our finding you here
tonight-- i.e., if Jose Rodriguez, Jr., were not to have passed the
football, Obama would never have an opportunity to do an end-zone dance to
celebrate your demise."
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton expresses President Obama's appreciation to
Egypt's President Morsi for the Rotary-Club-Like Moderateness of his Muslim
Brotherhood of Egypt in seeking only moderate death penalties for blasphemy.
In the wake of Egypt's
issuance of criminal arrest warrants against Americans in the United States
who participated in making
a movie insulting Islam, some (if not many) progressives (for two
examples go here
rush to assert that the making of a movie expressing what is known to be deemed
blasphemous by Muslims is the equivalent of "shouting 'fire' in a crowded
theatre" rather than free speech protected by the First Amendment.
Defenders of the progressively nuanced nature of Obama's response to Islamic
demands for criminal punishment of blasphemy defend his approach against
criticism by the right-wing crazies (who foolishly think blasphemy should be
protected by the First Amendment) by stressing the "brilliantly nuanced"
nature of Obama's diplomacy in the context of the Arab Spring in the Middle
East Middle Ages. Meanwhile, in a "tribute" to
the role of Egypt in the "Arab Spring," Obama's critics are shouting
in unison (as they again seek to completely escape bondage via the Red
Sea:) "We must let our Pharaoh go in 2012":
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