Saturday, August 21, 2010

Welcome Home!

Update. According to Peter Baker in the NYT, the Obama administration's paper of record, ("As Mission Shifts in Iraq, Risks Linger for Obama), the White House "wants to find a way to mark the moment" of the end of the combat mission in Iraq. "Mr. Obama plans to make a high-profile speech on the drawdown next week [oh hooray, another Obama speech--just what's needed], and aides are discussing whether to have him meet with returning troops." (emphasis mine) So there's a possible downside for "Mr. Obama," Commander-in-Chief, to meet with returning troops? This administration is sickening beyond belief.

In the article, Baker identifies "profound risks" for Mr. Obama "as he seeks to claim credit without issuing a premature declaration of victory." Are you kidding me? Whatever "Mr. Obama" decides to do, the lamestream lapdog media will continue to cover for him, so there's hardly a profound risk for him anywhere in sight. Certainly not anything like the profound risk accepted by every single one of our troops that the Commander-in-Chief has sent into harm's way.


Anonymous said...

Thank you for posting this hearwarming video, Labwriter. President Bush and Laura have a genuine love and respect for those who serve our country--something we'll never see from The Won or the FFA!


Labwriter said...

My pleasure! God bless our troops.