Losing Obama’s war

True to form, the pantywaisted Democrats are doing their level best to pull the rug out from the war effort, even though it’s Obama’s war now.

Even Osama bin Laden confirms that Obama is a pantywaist.

In the last 24 hours, by rare coincidence, two Islamic extremist leaders have shown public contempt for US president Barack Obama: Iran stands by its opposition to nuclear dialogue, the central plank of Obama’s foreign policy platform, and al Qaeda’s Osama bin Laden in an apparently new audio tape says Obama is “powerless” to end the Afghan war.

Sunday, Sept. 13, Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, using the presentation of the new UK ambassador Simon Gass’s credentials, threw out of court any discussion on the Iranian nuclear issue: “From the Iranian nation’s viewpoint, the nuclear case is closed,” said Ahmadinejad, two days after Washington accepted Tehran’s offer to start talks with the Six Powers on global issues excluding its nuclear program.

In other words, by consenting to talks which Iran has made contingent on the non-negotiation of its nuclear activities, the Obama administration will have only blame itself to blame when the long-anticipated dialogue is a monologue, or six monologues, by the US and its five European partners, to a mute Iranian delegate.

The apparent voice of Osama bin Laden, released early Monday Sept. 14 on radical Islamic sites, ridiculed the US president: Two days after the eighth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, al Qaeda’s leader now says their causes were chiefly “your support to your Israeli allies who occupy our land of Palestine.”

According to bin Laden, when Obama became president and retained many of the Bush administration’s military leaders, such as defense secretary Robert Gates, “reasonable people knew that Obama is a powerless man who will not be able to end the (Afghan) war as he promised.” DEBKA

And isn’t it nice to know that Osama bin Laden has the support of Code Pink?

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