I have been trying to keep myself under control when the kooks are talking about secession. For the US, that question has been asked and answered with a resounding NO as the final verdict which was voted on by over 600,000 dead Americans.
As I am fashioning a heavy duty aluminum foil chapeau, I do have to wonder of the extraordinary dump of inflammatory information which occurred over the weekend. I guess it is true, "Mister Obama, you got some esplaning to do!"
So many sacrificial sheep are currently falling out of the sky that I may mold my hat into a hardhat in order to save my cranium from physical damage. At this point, I don't care who falls and who stays; or who resigns or who may be impeached: I want the full unadulterated truth on why we lost four Americans on September 11, 2012. And why there was a massive cover up after the incident. In addition, what type of parole violation would place an American in jail for a year. How must this man feel about the United States when he his attacked by the present administration for exercising First Amendment rights.
I guess we have seen it before. I remember a previous administration attacking a religious compound under the guise of saving children from reported abuse. The horrific result was that the Justice Department shot and burned all the members of the sect, including the children they cared so much about. I remember cringing in disgust and anger when a reporter asked President Clinton about the gruesome result and he simply referred him to Attorney General Reno, because after all, she was in charge of the incident.
|The scales of justice shine brightest in full sunshine.|
A good thorough, objective and bipartisan look at this matter of American dead in Libya is needed and the avenue in which to do it is a Congressional committee. The executive branch has shown it cannot be trusted on this issue. With America split 50/50 on support for Obama and Romney, this panel should be easy to form. Truth is what they should seek and let the chips fall where they may.
Presidents should be less concerned about their legacies and more concerned about the proper governance of all the people they represent. Their legacy will not be determined now, in the present, but fifty to one hundred years hence when the emotion of the moment has dissipated and the public and historians may review their administrations in excruciating detail.
Congratulations on your reelection President Obama.
Now show us how you can measure up to the current demands of the office of President of the United States.