Just Let Me -- G -- Indoctrinate You!

Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Dear America,

"Real leadership 
creates the conditions and coalitions 
for others to step up as well; 
to work with allies and partners 
so that they bear their share 
of the burden and pay their share of the costs; 
and to see that the principles 
of justice and human dignity are upheld by all."
President Obama

okay.  so let me be clear, we are in the presence of a REAL leader...

And just in case you are not convinced, perhaps throwing in twenty-three I's and all about me's, as president, will make it so; yes, roughly one every minute of his time.  And the "let me be clear's" -- and there were some real winners -- quite of few; while many of those were fittingly commingled with the I's. Before long, wouldn't you know it, we've got one great big pot of stone soup fit for a king.

"I ordered warships into the Mediterranean." 

...even though this is not a war, per se...

"I refused to let that happen...
and so I authorized [kinetic] military action."

...it would have been really funny if he actually said 'kinetic'...

"And tonight, 
I can report 
that we have stopped Gadhafi's deadly [kinetic] advance."

"I made it clear, 
that Gadhafi had lost the confidence of his people...
and I said that he needed to step down from power."

"As president, 
I refused to wait for images of slaughter 
and mass graves before taking [kinetic] military action."

"The task that I assigned our [kinetic] forces
to protect the Libyan people from immediate [kinetic] danger, 
and to establish a [kinetic] No Fly Zone – 
carries with it a UN mandate and international support. 
It is also what the Libyan opposition asked us to do...."

...but stops way short, kinetically speaking,  
of including Gadhafi's absolute departure...

"I have made it clear that I will never hesitate 
to use our [kinetic] military 
swiftly, decisively, and unilaterally 
when necessary 
to defend our people, 
our homeland, 
our allies, 
and our core interests."

...that would be the oil...

"It should be clear to those
around Gadhafi, and to every Libyan,
that history is not on his side."

...because, let me be clear, history is on my side...
for I am, you know, the president of
 the United States of America...

"so for those who doubted, 
let me be clear, the United States of America
has done what we said we would do."

"Thank you, God Bless you, 
and may God Bless the United States of America."

...as he pauses at the podium for applause,
exits stage left,
brushing his hands off as if, good,
that's done.

oh, and I almost forgot, one of my favorite moments came close to the start, when the president offered up a few kind words from the streets of Libya:

"for the first time, we finally have hope" 

-- being nearly brought to tears as he said it... O' pied piper of hope and change. Yes, and it is all because of you, Mr. President -- none of this would be happening without you.

And given America will officially be passing off the torch come Thursday, let us pray.

yes, yes, indeed, cuz you know:

"[while] Some nations may be able
to turn a blind eye to atrocities in other countries
[care to name names and take no prisoners].
The United States of America is different." 

yes, yes, indeed, we are exceptional like that.

Now, speaking of hope and change, Bill O'Reilly's thoughts on the evening's presidential address, gave the Commander-in-Chief patriot points, saying he was actually showing signs of [kinetically] coming from the center -- highlighting the fact that after residing at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue for some time now, he now realizes just how crazy things are in the real world.

huh?  are you kidding me, O'Reilly? Is this what happens after a Super Bowl Sunday Interview with the guy, you get all soft?  are you kidding me?

Please, review Alinsky's Rules for Radicals, if you will, and make a tactical [kinetic even] correction in the next few days.  honestly, are you for real playa?

The Obama Doctrine, just in case you forgot [but let me be clear here, only addressing O'Reilly] is this --

Never, Never, NEVER let a crisis go to waste --
the [kinetic] intention is to re-invent and reform America one crisis at a time, for as long as it takes, in order to fundamentally transform every facet of our lives, because...

"Real leadership 
creates the conditions and coalitions 
for others to step up as well; 
to work with allies and partners 
so that they bear their share 
of the burden and pay their share of the costs; 
and to see that the principles 
of justice and human dignity are upheld by all."
Redistribution of wealth,
Social Justice reforms,
Means to an end,
Breaking the value of the dollar,
Moratoriums on creating our own energy supply,
Bankrupting our Federal Government,
Creating absurd, unconstitutional, regulations and legislation,
Equating Radical Islamic Extremism to "man caused disasters" --

while calling World War III ...."kinetic military action."

This is what we do in America, according to our fearless leader; and you fake it, til you make it, if you have to.

You, my dear sir, are a real [kinetic] leader -- you do the things you do so well, honestly, I gotta admit, it is awfully hard to keep up sometimes.

Make it a Good Day, G

But before I go, given you were speaking at the National Defense University last night -- and given MY topic of conversation, just yesterday, when G (ME!) highlighted the [always kinetic] Final Four stats -- I have to ask -- you do realize they don't have a team in the hunt, right?

oops, maybe I AM not done; you know, having just celebrated a quintessential mid-life birthday, your continuing emphasis on the brilliance of young people, marked by making waves world wide, is starting to wear kinetically thin...perhaps if OUR young people held a certain reverence to our founders, a bunch of old guys, and the age old wisdom nestled deep within our inherent birthright and duty, individually and collectively, our "kids" might then, not only be doing better in math and science, but may also be the first in line protesting every fundamental change you keep dishing out...we -- meaning me G -- might have to [kinetically, of course] shift our conversation over there in the coming days.

and don't you just love a good  "Day After"  -- popping an Advil now.
the entire transcript on THE PRESIDENTIAL Afternoon Address is here

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