Mar 31 2011

Emperor Obama’s War Is Killing Civilians

Published by at 8:34 am under All General Discussions,Obama's War In Libya

Air power cannot win wars, but it can rack up body bags full of innocent civilians:

At least 40 civilians have been killed in air strikes by Western forces on Tripoli, the top Vatican official in the Libyan capital told a Catholic news agency on Thursday, quoting witnesses.

At least 40. Using an illegal UN resolution to get us into an unconstitutional war to supposedly protect Libyans from mass murder Emperor Obama’s path to the dark side is now complete. He is willing to accept the deaths of innocents to salve his ego and prove he is butch enough to wield US military power.

We really have no option than to start impeachment – the gathering of evidence. Removal from office may not be required yet. But the investigations must begin.

25 responses so far

25 Responses to “Emperor Obama’s War Is Killing Civilians”

  1. lurker9876 says:

    These professional politicians need to be subjected to the Sarbanes-Oxley laws, too.

    Do you really think Obama can raise 1 billion dollars this time?

  2. crosspatch says:

    American Thinker has a good piece on a subject I brought up a couple of years ago, probably on this blog. Why would the Republicans even WANT to win the White House in 2012? Considering the economic hammer that is about to fall and it is pretty much too late to do anything about it, why would the Republicans want to be in a position where they had the White House and Congress and collect the blame for a situation they didn’t create?

    Might it be better to just let the Democrats collect the blame for it?

    The other side of that coin is that with Democrats in power, the resulting mess will be a lot worse than it otherwise might be.

  3. lurker9876 says:

    With Obama’s support of Islam and push of false energy policy, it’s too dangerous to let Obama spend four more years in the White House.

    If the Tea Party remains strong and get bigger, will they understand the dire situation bad enough to not blame the Republicans this time?

  4. WWS says:

    Crosspatch – we need to win because of upcoming Supreme Court vacancies. There is a narrow 5 – 4 conservative margin on the court right now, and that will hold til the end of this term.

    However, if that gets tilted over into a liberal majority, as happened in the 50′s, we will get stuck with an extremely liberal court for the next 30 years, and the damage from that will be unrepairable.

  5. lurker9876 says:

    Much like the Wisconsin state supreme court. Let’s hope Prosser wins. The internal poll numbers currently favor his opponent but based on a 20 percent voter turnout. So, hoping for an increased voter turnout to favor Prosser.

    Otherwise, it’s a win for the public unions and consequently the unrepairable damage.

    I’d rather see the White House and both houses be under GOP control for the next 4 years. I think the tea party’s memory is long enough to still remember what Obama, Reid, and Pelosi have done to our country to not blame the GOP for whatever happens in the next term.

    Paul Ryan’s interview was perfectly timed.