The President's Address of Lies January 21, 2015 by Daniel Greenfield When everything on the last ...
When everything on the last page looks so bad, then it's time to turn the page, offer up a minor variation on the same promises about infrastructure, income inequality and education, before going back to a busy schedule of playing golf, visiting foreign countries on pseudo-vacations and ruling unilaterally without regard for the other two branches of government that don't control the military.
There are the false claims of victory in the War on Terror. Obama claims credit for the withdrawal from Afghanistan without accepting responsibility for the defeat. There is no mention of Yemen and Libya, which showed up in his 2013 address, now that both countries have been overrun by terrorists.
Turning the page means not having to read any bad news.
Today, every American, everyone in the West needs to step away from their backyard barbecues and pool parties and pay close attention, look long and hard at what is being engineered in Iraq, for life as we know it will soon change. For Americans, Iraq is a half a world away. For others, it much closer. For everyone, though, it’s soon to become very personal for all of us.
A very powerful hour and half of information that covers a lot most do not even know about.