Wednesday, February 23, 2011

A Long And Hapless Road

Unwilling to stand up for the american people, President Pussy constantly awaits and then carries out marching orders from corporations and Israel on how next to proceed with their fascist agenda at home and empire abroad.

Obama silent, following marching orders of American oligarchs as Israeli troops and tanks split the Gaza Strip and encircled its main city 1/4/2009

Obama Pushes For Renewal Of Warrantless Spying On Americans 9/16/2009

Obama Renews Bush's 9/11 State of Emergency 10/16/2009

Obama Quietly Backs USA PATRIOT Act Treason 11/23/09

Obama was "naive" to trust BP to manage the massive clean-up effort

Confirmed - Corexit still being sprayed in gulf after EPA orders them not to 8/28/2010

Obama Administration Silent on IDF Murder of 19-Year-Old American 9/28/2010

"Murder is murder, and terror is terror, you might think. But when terror is committed against an American citizen by the state of Israel the response from the US government is not protest, and it is surely not to demand justice, much less seek vengeance. It is silence."

McClatchy: Obama to Renege on Afghan Drawdown 11/10/2010

Obama Silent on Egyptian Protests Against Oppressive Regime We've Backed for Years 1/26/2011

U.S. Unable to Evacuate Diplomats from Libya

"The United States says it has not been able to move some of its non-essential diplomats from Libya, as governments send airplanes and ships to pick up their citizens stranded by Libya's bloody unrest.

State Department spokesman Philip Crowley said Tuesday the United States was looking at various ways to move the diplomats, their families, and other Americans out of Libya. He did not elaborate on why the U.S. could not to do so on Tuesday."

Obama's strange silence on Libya


Obama increases military aid to Israel

U.S. veto of Israeli settlements resolution shows cowardice

"That the president's courage has evaporated is sad indeed."

What courage?

Where's Waldo?

"And understand this: If American workers are being denied their right to organize and collectively bargain when I’m in the White House, I will put on a comfortable pair of shoes myself, I’ll will walk on that picket line with you as President of the United States of America.
Because workers deserve to know that somebody is standing in their corner." Senator Obama 2007


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