The Nobel Peace Prize For Drone Strikes Goes To? - Page 2
So the media and protestors who clobbered President Bush for too much water for KSM, and on a daily basis ravaged him for about five years, can't muster the courage to do the same to the current President. Why do you think that is? It certainly is not how they were taught in the elite journalism schools. More likely it was the ideology in which they were propagandized and or brainwashed in these same institutions of higher learning. They should be ashamed one and all.
Do not the President's supporters feel betrayed by these broken promises? I think the answer is clear. They don't. They either don't care, and in which case they should allow a little slack to President Bush and most assuredly an apology, or they are simply ideological blind to real world events. As the saying goes," you can't have it both ways".
I personally commend the President for doing a job which was imposed on us and not declared by us. Believe me, I like peace as much as the next human. Most of the chaos is such a sad waste. Syria is now up too 70,000 dead. Shocking news. Yet the violence continues. And the President has a responsibility to protect us from foreign foes. So keep it up sir.
But let's be fair my friends and view the goings on equally. If you disliked Bush's policies enough to demand investigations and form protests, is it not intellectually honest to do the same with President Obama? Logic insists on this. But in the mean time do not hold your breath and await this logic as you will never see it. You will not read front page news for the next three years working over President Obama for collateral damage done by the drones. In the mean time Mr. President, drone on and I don't mean with words.