by Scott Creighton
In mid-December of 2009, President Obama authorized the use of 2 cruise missile strikes on locations inside Yemen to kill people who were trying to rise up against our puppet dictator in that country. That order resulted in the deaths of 23 children. The cover story became that he was trying to kill Anwar al-Awlaki, a U.S. citizen, accused of aiding attacks in America.
A week later a “failure” of U.S. intelligence services allowed Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab onto a plane on Christmas Day with his underwear sparkler and suddenly there were no stories about how the Peace Prize “winning” president had just killed 23 children in a country we were not at war with.
Interesting timing, huh?
Tonight we are all awaiting that same president’s statement about having found and killed Osama bin Laden.
Just yesterday a NATO strike killed the youngest son of Moammar Gadhafi and three of his grandchildren. A Roman Catholic Bishop has confirmed that he has seen the body of Gadhafi’s son and images of the shrouded dead are making their way across the blog-o-sphere. Russia and other nations have been condemning the action as an international crime since it is illegal to assassinate leaders of other countries and some MSM outlets have actually been pointing out the same hypocrisy that I did two days ago.
A flash mob has been put together by the PR firms contracted by the White House outside the White House reportedly they are singing “We are the Champions” and chanting “U S A, U S A” like they do at Summer Slam events.