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Sunday, April 3, 2016

Obama: a double-crosser or just a liar?

Obama invents the 'groin salute'
You've heard the lies by Barack Obama: 
"If you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor . . . period." Saying that his position on ISIS being a JV team wasn't referring to ISIS. Saying that "Most young Americans right now, they're not covered [with healthcare]." "Fast and Furious began under the Bush administration." "We've excluded lobbyists from policymaking jobs.""I have not said I was a single-payer supporter." "We import more oil today than ever before." 
For more lies perpetrated by Obama,  go here.  The above lies were just the tip of the iceberg.

Now Robert Gates, former Secretary of Defense under both George Bush and Obama, says that he feels "double crossed" by our current empty suit. The lie, this time, was Obama's promise not to cut the defense budget.

When Fox News asked Gates whether Obama kept his word, Gates responded, "Well, I think that began the fray. 'Fray' may be too gentle a word." 

The defense budget had already been slashed when Gates was told to cut it again to the tune of hundreds of billions of dollars. "I guess I'd have to say I felt double-crossed. After all those years in Washington, I was naive."

Gates tried to get Obama to make the defense cuts gradual, but with the Islamic State growing from a "JV team" to "State Champs," our so-called commander in chief thought that less is more. People who have their brains in their nether regions often think backwards.

Fox also spoke with former Gen. Michael Flynn who was director of the DIA under Obama. Flynn too wasn't impressed with Obama's strategy. "Frankly, the United States of America is in a less strong position today because of the readiness and the size of our armed forces," he said, and then added, "I think he sees the military actually as something that is more dangerous to the world. I think that he looks at the United States military and sees it as a threatening application around the world, than actually as a useful tool."

There is no question that Obama does not see the USA as a force for good in the world.

He makes military veterans and other patriots ashamed of having him as the president.