August 18, 2014

Obama to pontificate about Ferguson … again … [Darleen Click]

Any time now ….

… is it too early for a drinking game??

Here we go … Obama has the same weird cadence to his voice that he believes projects seriousness but oozes insincerity.

Now trying to excuse his refusal to do anything about ISIS “Kurds and Iraqi’s capable of handling ISIS”

“We are aware the work is not yet done.”

“The Iraqi people need to reject ISIS and unite.”


“I’ve spoken with Gov Nixon and AG Holder.”

“Holder to travel to Ferguson on Wednesday.”

“Foster relations between stakeholders in Ferguson.”

Obama wagging finger at looters and then saying “excessive force” is never justified.

“Gulf of mistrust”

“My initiative of My Brother’s Keeper to go forward.”
Now taking “a few” questions:

Q. Agree with sending in National Guard?
A. Blah blah blah Police different than military … talk about 9/11 … “it’s useful for us to review grant dollars” … Remember National Guard is under the Governor, but I told Nixon to use it in a limited way, and I’ll be watching.

Q. Iraq?
A. We are not going to put soldiers back in Iraq. I’m CinC and Iraq has to take care of Iraq. My goal is that we have an viable partner so Iraq has to be more inclusive. Just because we did some airstrikes Iraq cannot think they cannot go forward to create a credible, united government.
blah blah blah me me me blah blah blah

Posted by Darleen @ 2:25pm

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Comments (22)

  1. Is ISIS using rubber bullets?

    Those fluorescent orange ones, I mean.

    Because if they are, stuff just got real.

  2. For this Barry came back from vacation? I’m not buying it.

  3. I had not realized Jay Nixon worked for the president.

  4. ClownDisaster seems to seek to frighten ISIS with his imbecility. Don’t think it’s going to work though, no matter how well it’s worked on the Americans up to now.

  5. My local radio station just went away from remarks because he’s droning on about Iraqi government and how he’s been so consistently tough on them


  6. Is the Missouri Compromise back on the table? I only ask ’cause ObaZma and Holder appear to be living in an antebellum period.

  7. He’s droning now about Ferguson. Count yourself lucky that they cut away, since he’s already go the cop tried and convicted.

  8. How to improve trust in government, according to our ClownCatastrophe: never say a word of truth from a podium. Simple.

  9. I don’t mean to be rude but I think you misquoted President Obama.. I was listening closely and the actual wording of his speech was, “Blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah.” See? That slight difference more accurately captures the nuance of his words… and it’s all about nuance.

  10. You’re both right. I only hear Charlie Brown’s teacher when he talks. There are no actual words, just noise.

  11. – It not blah blah blah, it’s wah wah waaaaahhhhh.(Think of a trombone s-l-i-d-e.)

    – And hey, cut him some slack. All this crap overseas in about 15 countries at once, and now Ferguson, well it’s all eating seriously into the little weenie kings “tee time”.

  12. this Ferguson thing is mostly just cable news fodder

    it’s not actually a super-important thing on a national level

    if this should change I’ll send out an alert or something

  13. how do i get on the pikachu blast email list?

  14. Seen at Stacy’s:

    ****Islamic State message to America: ‘we will drown all of you in blood’

    Baghdad: The Islamic State militant group that has seized large parts of Iraq and drawn the first American air strikes since the end of the occupation in 2011 has warned the United States it will attack Americans “in any place” if the raids hit its fighters.

    The video, which shows a photograph of an American who was beheaded during the US occupation of Iraq and victims of snipers, featured a statement which said in English “we will drown all of you in blood”.


    Meanwhile, Pope Francis said on Monday that the international community would be justified in stopping Islamist militants in Iraq, but that it should not be up to a single nation to decide how to intervene in the conflict.

    “In these cases, where there is an unjust aggression I can only say that it is legitimate to stop the unjust aggressor,” he said.

    The Pope was careful not to give the impression he was giving an automatic green light for military strikes, but he did not rule them out. He said the situation was grave and the international community had to respond together.

    “I underscore the verb ‘to stop’. I am not saying ‘bomb’ or ‘make war’, but stop him [the aggressor]. The means by which he can be stopped must be evaluated. Stopping the unjust aggressor is legitimate,” he said.

    “One single nation cannot judge how he is to be stopped, how an unjust aggressor is to be stopped,” he said. He said the United Nations was the proper forum to consider whether there was unjust aggression and how to stop it.

    He has sent a senior cardinal to Iraq to visit refugees and distribute Vatican charity funds and sent a letter to UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon about the need to stop the bloodshed.****

    Respectfully, the Pope smokes dope.

  15. God bless Francis the Red and all the ships at sea.

  16. One single nation cannot judge how he is to be stopped

    The unjust aggressor that wages war will be stopped by any target that is willing and able to do it, as it chooses — and the Pope can soap up a rope.

  17. Say, has OJ Simpson found the murderer of his wife and that jewboy Ronald Goldman yet? Maybe the residents of Ferguson can come together to help him out if he hasn’t had any success?

  18. White Pope’s On Dope