Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Barack the Terrible says he will Delay Action in Syria

Yes, Barack the Terrible is apparently taking the warmongering down a notch:

President Barack Obama says he is willing to wait weeks, but not months, as Congress debates taking military action against Syria.

Speaking to Fox News Channel's Chris Wallace as part of a media blitz on Monday, Obama said that he is aware he has yet to persuade a majority of the American public or Congress.

"I am going to make sure that this does not change the calendar of debate in Congress, but there was no expectation that Congress would be finished with its deliberations over the next week or so," Obama said.

But he told Wallace he would not wait "months" before making a decision on taking action.

Obama gave six television interviews Monday to press his case that Congress should grant him authority to take action against Syria in response to an alleged Aug. 21 chemical weapons attack that killed more than 1,400 people.
Why the change of heart when Barry has been in full warmonger mode for the last two weeks? Now he's trying to save face in light of what is shaping up to be a crushing defeat for his war plan in the House and possibly the Senate. 
Barry the Terrible has been dithering for weeks now over a simple little missile strike. Now that he's looking at a huge defeat and the repercussions of launching a missile strike that could ignite a larger war in the region all by his lonesome -- no international support and 80-90% opposition in the U.S. -- he's willing to wait more weeks just to decide what to do. In a couple of weeks everyone will forget all about what he was going to bomb Syria for in the first place. Let's hope at least voters will remember in 2016 the problems with electing a wishy-washy, commie lib who's utterly incapable of putting on his big boy pants and making a presidential decision. We can't afford to make this mistake again.

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