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Monday, November 23, 2015

It's About the Best Way to Predict the Future...Thing

Dear America,

“They can’t beat us on the battlefield, 
so they try to terrorize us
 into being afraid,” 
Mr. Obama said. 
“As president, I will not let that happen.”
[from NY Times, 11/22/15]

Who even listens to this guy anymore?

My immediate question is wondering why, if "they can't beat us on the battlefield" [ISIS]  -- then why aren't we ON the battlefield, beating them into submission, if not totally extinguishing every single one of them muthafuckas?  [Excuse my french...but I do believe the French would agree with me totally on this one.]

So, while you attempted to sound like a commander in chief, and get all macho-man and all -- your point, I guess, was reminding all Americans that you are not going to let them scare us.  Yeah, like all, 'not on my watch' kinda way.

And yet --
just today, you have issued a TRAVEL WARNING to ALL AMERICANS ABROAD to be afraid:

"U.S. citizens should exercise vigilance when in public places or using transportation," the alert said. "Be aware of immediate surroundings and avoid large crowds or crowded places. Exercise particular caution during the holiday season and at holiday festivals or events."
Hmmmmm but now that contradicts the message to all Americans here at home.  

At least according to Jeh Johnson, who counters the international warnings with this statement for the states:

"With this holiday season coming up we want the public to continue to go to public events, celebrate the holiday season, travel, be with their families and the like..."
Fly, be free...Love one another and be happy...

Hmmmmm wonder what the intelligence reports really say?

But let's go back to September -- at The Daily Beast --


Let's bring the New York Times back in for another good quote from the president -- The Times being the proverbial shelter, providing political cover of a presidency that revels under the cover of darkness 24/7:

“One of the things I insisted on the day I walked into the Oval Office was that I don’t want intelligence shaded by politics. I don’t want it shaded by a desire to tell a feel-good story,”

Hilarious, isn't it. (no. not really.)

Obama went on to add, he wasn't aware of the "details" on this -- sounding eerily familiar to the way he says, "oh I learned about this the same time you did" or “I heard on the news about this story, that, uh, Fast and Furious.” or “I can assure you that I certainly did not know anything about the IG report before the IG report had been leaked through the press.” or  [IRS Scandal] “from the same news reports that I think most people learned about this. I think it was on Friday.” or  [wiretapping] “found out about the news reports, uh, yesterday on the road.”  For more on all of that, go HERE.

The thing is, he goes fast and furious, like gone in 60 seconds, from acting in the cover of darkness to acting like he is totally in the dark about all of it.    He IS an amazing piece of work at work.

Re: Dumbing Down of Intelligence --
 “The cancer was within 
the senior level 
of the intelligence command,” 
one defense official said. 
[The report comes complete 
with two senior analysts signing off, 
and "seconded" by an additional 50 other analysts.]

It's strange, really.
Centcom intelligence is being messed with to fit the narrative of this administration...and the president cries 'duh, I dunno"...actually, it went something more like this: “I don’t know what we’ll discover with respect to what was going on in Centcom,” Mr. Obama said. “What I do know is my expectation — which is the highest fidelity to facts, data, the truth.”

Right.   Like Benghazi, for example.

Well, perhaps, just maybe, go look for that letter documenting the written, formal, complaint -- and highlighted here on the old G Thing, above, provided courtesy of The Daily Beast. That would be a good start, considering you get your news like the rest of us.  

Then perhaps, look in the Oval Office; it should be sitting on your desk by now.   

But then again, speaking of smudging lines of truth and dares, just a few hours ago, you kinda sorta warned the media to censor their coverage of ISIS...so as to not inflame a violent response from a few [Islamic] bad seeds.  Let's see, what did you say:
The media needs to help in this, I just want to say. You know, during the course of this week — a very difficult week — it is understandable that this has been a primary focus. But one of the things that has to happen is how we report on this has to maintain perspective and not empower in any way these terrorist organizations or elevate them in ways that make it easier for them to recruit or make them stronger.
Oh okay.
And just who is "elevating" these actions?  Is it elevating simply by reporting on it somehow?

Really?  "The media needs to help in this..."    This propaganda tango is sounding more Venezuelan than American, just sayin.'   Just what perspective are you searching for, Mr. President; what narrative do you want the media to use?   

Seriously?  You have stooped to a new low.  For some erroneous reason as to refrain from feeding into the ISIS frenzy for recruitment purposes, you call on the media for an assist?   What, like, tone it down?  Ignore it?   It's all starting to sound vaguely familiar.  Where have I heard about the deliberate dumbing down of the truth (you know...besides Benghazi, Fast and Furious, IRS Scandal....and so on).....

So the truth is --  it wouldn't be a stretch to think that, as President, you may have mentioned to somebody, to talk to somebody, to dumb down the Centcom Intelligence to fit the narrative of your administration.  I mean, your legacy is at stake, right; your Nobel Peace Prize is staring at you in the face, and you've got to be somebody -- a president who wholeheartedly and genuinely deserves the prize, the legacy, a library in Indonesia, a round of golf everyday, and whatever else you want.

Rest assured -- the truth will come to the surface soon enough, as another post at The NY Times highlights a story about the Pentagon...expanding it's inquiry....here.   I feel good about that; you feel good about that?  Yeah, yeah, nothing and no one stands in the way of getting to the bottom of it, I'm totally confident in the process.

Oh my word -- all of a sudden I have a BMW commercial ringing in my ear.  Have you heard this line, blurted out somewhere in the middle of it?

"Best way to predict the future is to create it."
Just you wait.

Just you wait.

Once this president is out of office, everything KNOWN and UNKNOWN will come to light.  And in no uncertain terms, America will discover all the intelligence it needs to know, and, with great shock, realize that treason was committed on her friendly shores -- our shores -- over and over and over again.  

We've been attacked from within.  It's done.

The president's allegiance is not what it appears to be; it never was.  The dumbing down of the truth began some time during his first campaign -- with a fawning mainstream media already wide eyed and bushy-tailed to follow the charismatic leader of a whole new world with no (real) questions asked. 

what a long day it's been.

Make it a Good Day, G

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