Charles Krauthammer's twisted notion of the President's role would have the United States fighting World War III. Barring that, he'll just call Obama weak.
Fox News, Special Report with Bret Baier, May 20, 2014.
"I think that there’s no doubt that the conspiracy that involved the commission of acts of secret detention, torture and rendition under the Bush administration constitute gross and systematic human rights violations."
While Rep McCaul defensively refers to Pres. Obama's "pre 9/11" thinking, Ted Koppel reminds us that our reactions mean that the terrorist have won.
Wingnuts just can't make up their mind. Either Obama is a ruthless dictator, showering the globe with <a href="http://www.redstate.com/2013/05/22/drone-strikes-barack-obama-eric-holder/">"illegal" drone strikes</a> and <a href="http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0411/52599.html">recklessly starting wars</a> -- or he's a weak appeaser, afraid to stand up to The Terrorists.
Here, Charles Krauthammer magically turns the man who escalated the war in Afghanistan, expanded international drone strikes, and killed Osama bin Laden into a drag queen who refuses to fight.
Disgraced former House Speaker Newt Gingrich continues to take pot-shots at President Obama on this Sunday's State of the Union on CNN.
I'm not sure just who Charles Krauthammer thinks is supposed to be "surrendering" to the United States to finally end this so-called "war on terror," but that's one of the only two scenarios he offered to his cohort Bret Baier on Fox this Thursday as legitimate reasons to end the United States pretending we're at war with a tactic.
David Brooks is once again about a decade late with his criticism of the United States any anyone's overreaction to terrorism.
Jon Stewart took our "broken bad" Senate and their failure to pass even some watered down gun regulation to task during the opening segment of The Daily Show this Thursday night.