Today’s Guardian has an op-ed that while it tells many of us that which we already knew, remains worthy of note. Excerpt below:
…Obama appealing for the Syrian regime to be brought to heel under international law is a bit like Tony Soprano asking the courts for a restraining order against one of his mob rivals – it cannot be taken seriously because the very laws he is invoking are laws he openly flouts.
So his concerns about the US losing credibility over Syria are ill-founded because it has precious little credibility left….
…The claim that he should fight this war, not the last one, is undermined by the fact that the US is still fighting one of the last ones….Continue reading
Americans could only wish that like Tony Soprano, fellow thug Barack Hussein Obama were fiction.
As for international law, Obama or any other politician for that matter who puts the U. S. Constitution on the back burner opting instead for international law as Obama has done these past five years (Syria being the exception ONLY because the United Nations will not go along with the narrative) is impeachable. Of course, if Congress were doing its job, Obama would have been impeached two years ago.
- First, it would amount to an undeclared war against a nation which poses no threat to the United States.
- Second, it actually would commit the U.S. Armed Forces to a military alliance with enemies of the United States, such as al-Qaeda, which is the predominant military opposition to the Assad government.
Executive Intelligence Review