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The President is a BullShi**er

Recently (via Breitbart):

Speaking at a photo opportunity at the American Red Cross on Tuesday, President Obama stated that in America, “we leave nobody behind.”

One word that proves the President’s “we leave no one behind” rhetoric is BS?



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14 Responses to The President is a BullShi**er

  • To be fair, McQ, that quote was taken out of context.
    What Pres. Not Optimal really said was, “When the entire attention of the nation, and every video camera in the MSM is trained on me, covering an event where I can make the case that ONLY BIG GOVERNMENT can respond effectively, we leave no one behind.  Hell, the most dangerous place to be is between me and the situation room…lemme at those cameras!”
    But, where events show my entire foreign policy to be a dirty joke, and my concern for national security to be worth warm spit, you’re on your own, sucka…  I’m headed for sleepy-land.  Daddy has to get paid tomorrow!”

  • We didn’t leave anyone behind!  We got the bodies!   Someone sent in the appropriately named “corpsemen” to get them so Barack and Hillary could appear leader like standing next to flag draped coffins of better people than they have ever been or will ever be.

  • To be fair, Benghaz isn’t in America…

    • To be fair the dead in Benghazi are Americans that were left to die.

    • Remarks by the President on the Deaths of U.S. Embassy Staff in Libya
      Rose Garden
      10:43 A.M. EDT
      THE PRESIDENT:  Good morning.  Every day, all across the world, American diplomats and civilians work tirelessly to advance the interests and values of our nation.  Often, they are away from their families.  Sometimes, they brave great danger.
      And let me be clear, today, they know that in the hour of their gravest danger, we won’t be sending them help.  In fact, “stand down” is our credo, because I have an election to run, and it’s hard to pay attention to the needs of our people abroad when I’m off campaigning and doing all kinds of stuff.  I would like to take this opportunity to thank the national media, who I think has done a terrific job throughout my administration of burying stories that might otherwise harm my chances of re-election.

    • To be accurate generally in english that’s not how the context works for that phrasing.
      Perhaps in Indonesian?

  • Note “in America.”
    “In Libya” may be a different story.

  • Mill Romney is a Bullshifter.

  • They only leave behind likely Romney voters, not sycophantic Obambie voters.