Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Obama is salivating as his corpse-munching finger fondles the button

I remember big bad tough corpse-munching bully Obama lambasted McCain for not following Osama bin Laden "to his cave" in Pakistan. Invading Pakistan (a nuclear power) with Predator drones is war-mongering behavior of the worst kind.

Obama said, "… let me make this clear. There are terrorists holed up in those mountains who murdered 3,000 Americans. They are plotting to strike again. It was a terrible mistake to fail to act when we had a chance to take out an al Qaeda leadership meeting in 2005. If we have actionable intelligence about high-value terrorist targets and President Musharraf won't act, we will." -- Jake Tapper, 'Presidential Candidate Pushes Aggressive Stance Toward Pakistan,' ABC News, Aug. 1, 2007

Not once, but twice.

"What I said was that we have to refocus, get out of Iraq, make certain that we are helping Pakistan deal with the problem of al Qaeda in the hills between Afghanistan and Pakistan. But, if we have actionable intelligence on al Qaeda operatives, including bin Laden, and President Musharraf cannot act, then we should. Now, I think that's just common sense." -- July 2008 Democratic Debate, Chicago

Not twice, but nine more times.

Blood-sucking Obama launched Predator drones into Pakistan's North-West Frontier Province in their second taunt in just 4 days (ninth drone attack under our newly elected corpse-muncher).

Since Aug. 31, 2008 the United States is guilty of launching 38 Predator strikes in Pakistan.

And since the robber-of-life can’t get enough messing around with nuclear powers, Obama has his sights on Russia. We didn’t like Russia in Cuba, why the fuck would Russia stand for us on their doorstep?

Meanwhile, more young boys and girls march off to Afghanistan in the name of Obama’s "New Corpse-munching Order."

Things couldn’t be worse? Our best days are still ahead? Hope? Change? Lying corpse-muncher is, as lying corpse-muncher does.

War is not vegan.

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