Obama Blinks; caves to Conservative Proxies for shot calling in Afghan War; Code Pinkies signaled to back off and bake cookies

The Obama Speech on Escalating the Afghanistan War was totally predictable… totally.

I can’t wait to see the Leftist foaming at the mouth realizing that even though the most radical leftist president in history is CiC, he is not running the war on terror, the Conservative Proxies are.

After all… Obama remains in office only because he is playing the role of puppet to the real holders of power in this country, the Conservatives,  when it comes to National Defense.

That he is allowed to run amok in domestic issues, is strategic.

A once in a generation election of a liberal extremist nut case is a necessarily painful object lesson to instill in voters strident rejection of communism/socialism for their generation.

Why do you think Obama was allowed to hide his real birth certificate and school records?

Answer: to allow the once in a generation object lesson for the new generation of Americans.

Why do you think McCain was allowed the nomination for president in 2008?

Answer: to allow the once in a generation object lesson for the new generation of Americans.

Why do you think Palin was allowed the nomination for vice president in 2008?

Answer: to set the stage for a Conservative come back in 2012.


Additional reading…

HOTAiR:Der Speigel: Where was the Obama magic?
Heritage Foundation:MSNBC Calls West Point “Enemy Camp”
Michelle Malkin:Obama on Afghanistan: “Resolve unwavering”…to pull out in 18 months or something
Gateway Pundit:Palin On Obama: I Am Glad He Mostly Heeded My Advice
Sister Toldjah:Krauthammer and Hayes on Obama’s Afghanistan speech
American Power:President Obama’s Afghanistan Speech (VIDEO)
Texas For Palin:FOX News: Sarah Palin heroine in new children’s book
Conservatives For Palin:Dan Fagan: Governor Palin Did the Right Thing
Boudica WPI:Some Islamist humor.
Nice Deb:Compare and Contrast:The Decider v.s. The Ditherer At West Point
Frugal Café:I’d Trust Dick Cheney with My Life… Once Again, Cheney Blasts Obama Again for His Weakness on Afghanistan
Talk Wisdom:A Communist Returns to the Climategate Cuckoos Nest
Who Really Gives a Bad Name to Islam?
Le·gal In·sur·rec·tion: Small Man On A Big Stage
Animal Farm:
No Separation of Church and State

ArleneArmy’s Blog: Obama Invites Black Panther Leader to White House
LisainTX’s Blog: Code Pink: Code word for Another Radical Anti-American Hate Group?
Diary of a Mad Conservative:
Matthews calls West Point the enemy camp
Moonbat Patrol: Yet Another Obama Double Standard
SamHenry’s Blog:
Obama to Taliban – Don’t Worry – be Happy – only 30,000 Troops
WarrantOneGirl: Safety in The Military – what a bunch a bunk Now that Obama is in charge
VotingFemale Speaks!: Senate ObamaCare Bill to give HHS Kathleen Sebelius the power of life and death; Socialism – it isn’t just a concept
Jason’s Western Experience: Will Huckabee get Dukakised?
Temple of Mut: Why I will “BING” instead of “Google-Search”
That’s Right: Obama’s “Enemy Camp”

a few lefty blogposts…

Politico: Barack Obama’s speech: A sober call for a limited Afghan mission

Analyzing Obama’s Afghan Speech – The Caucus Blog – NYTimes.com

Obama Afghanistan Speech: Reactions, Analysis

Matthews: Obama Made Speech At ‘Enemy Camp,’ Cheney Is A ‘Troll

Did O’Reilly even watch Obama’s Afghanistan speech? | Media Matters for America

Balloon Juice » Blog Archive » Things To Do/Look For In Obama’s Speech

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44 Responses to Obama Blinks; caves to Conservative Proxies for shot calling in Afghan War; Code Pinkies signaled to back off and bake cookies

  1. tellitlikeitis says:

    More Tiger News.

    Tiger Woods apologizes as gossip magazine reports affair

    (CNN) — Golfer Tiger Woods apologized Wednesday for “transgressions” that let his family down — the same day a gossip magazine published a report alleging he had an affair.

    “I have let my family down and I regret those transgressions with all of my heart. I have not been true to my values and the behavior my family deserves,” he said in a statement on his official Web site.

    Woods did not admit to an affair and offered no details about the “transgressions” in his statement.

    “I am not without faults and I am far short of perfect. I am dealing with my behavior and personal failings behind closed doors with my family. Those feelings should be shared by us alone.”

    Read the statement (PDF)

    US magazine printed a report Wednesday alleging that Woods had an affair with Jaimee Grubbs, whom it identified as a 24-year-old cocktail waitress. The magazine also published what it says is a voice mail message from Woods to Grubbs.

    “Hey, it’s Tiger,” a man says in the recording. “I need you to do me a huge favor. Can you please take your name off your phone? My wife went through my phone and may be calling you.

    “So if you can, please take your name off that. … Just have it as a number on the voice mail. Just have it as your telephone number. That’s it, OK? You got to do this for me. Huge. Quickly. Bye.”

    CNN could not independently confirm that the voice on the recording was Woods.

    Attention has been focused on Woods since the he crashed his SUV outside his Florida home last week. Investigators say he crashed the vehicle into a fire hydrant and tree. Woods was not required to talk to police about the wreck, and declined to talk with investigators on several occasions.

    Woods’ attorney, Mark Nejame, declined to comment on reports of an affair Tuesday night, saying he was hired to represent Woods in the traffic case.

    The Florida Highway Patrol said Tuesday that it cited Woods for careless driving — the golfer paid a $164 fine — and closed its investigation.

    The golfer said Wednesday that he was “dismayed to realize the full extent of what tabloid scrutiny really means” for him, his wife, model Elin Nordegren, and their children — a 2-year old daughter, Sam, and a 9-month old son, Charlie.

    “For the last week, my family and I have been hounded to expose intimate details of our personal lives. The stories in particular that physical violence played any role in the car accident were utterly false and malicious. Elin has always done more to support our family and shown more grace than anyone could possibly expect. ”

    The 33-year-old golf phenomenon has won the Masters tournament and the PGA tournament each four times, as well as three U.S. Open titles.

    Grubbs is the second woman to be romantically linked to Woods through news reports this week.

    The National Enquirer reported a few days before Woods’ crash that the golfer was having an affair with a New York nightclub hostess — an assertion the hostess vigorously denied Tuesday, according to The New York Post. The woman said a disgruntled acquaintance sold the story to the supermarket tabloid and that “not a word of it is true.”


  2. VotingFemale says:

    of course… this blogpost is designed for maximizing socialist head spinning…

    I should add some lefty blog links in the blogpost to make sure they see it! hahahahahaha

  3. VotingFemale says:

    This will likely cost Tiger much money from future endorsements in addition to serious loss of face and respect within the Golfing World.

    The Golf Channel has been all over this business… Tiger was a money tree… for a lot of people.

  4. Foxwood says:

    Oh, I guess I should have my best #YouMightBeALiberal jokes.

  5. tellitlikeitis says:

    Vf, All the news is about tiger today. I think there will be more shoes to drop before it’s all over. All these women will want to cash in now that the cat is out of the bag.

  6. Foxwood says:

    If Tiger just comes out and says his political leaning are leftist, the story will get dropped.

  7. tellitlikeitis says:

    VF, Tiger is a mega millionare. Losing endorsements isn’t going to hurt his wallet much but his in the future divorcing wife will take a big bite out of it. lol

  8. tellitlikeitis says:

    Foxwood, I’ll bet you Tiger is a big Lib.

  9. Foxwood says:

    Him and Rush got along good at one Pro/Am tournament, but who know?

  10. Foxwood says:

    He could be like Charles Payne on Fox Business. He’s a Conservative, but had to vote for the first black man because he’s black.

    I was disappointed about it. Charles regrets his vote now.

  11. m2 says:

    I don’t know why, but I just dint carr about the Tiger story.. I always respected Tiger’s focus but this doesn’t matter to me with respect to his future- I just don’t care.

    Frankly I’m tired if “balloon boy”, “party crashers” & the “Tiger fiasco”- And that is why I generally respect the UK media more than any other.

    The biggest story- beyond the failure of Obama is that the largest most evil hoax committed by man against man is unravelling.

    I’m sure CNN loves to report on Tiger right now.

  12. m2 says:

    I hate typos on the iPod- sucks!!!

    Hi there tellit, fox, VF, Sam!

  13. VotingFemale says:

    Morning M2!

    seems I need a Tiger blogpost for all these comments lol

  14. VotingFemale says:

    Tiger Woods was an Obama Supporter…

    That was the beginning of the end.

  15. VotingFemale says:

    M2, I am sure Tiger is welcome press for CNN who wants to avoid ClimateGate and the Afghan War Escalation and that the Senate might get to an ObamaCare Vote oh in say… the year 2929.

  16. Foxwood says:

    A guy walks into a bar and says “Tiger’s wife beat him to death with one of his clubs.”

    The other guy asks, “how many strokes did it take?”

  17. m2 says:

    That’s the thing about Limbaugh. He doesn’t treat ppl bad fir their politics- the way most liberals hate on him. He respects talent. I respected Tiger too, for his talent. I really don’t want to hear about anyones personal life… It’s just not an emotional connection for me. It’s a detatched respect…. Ya know.

    Shit happens.

    I say rt now, no one knows what’s going on but Tiger and his “girlfriends” and I think the media is just using it as “soft news” cover. Which is pretty much all they “report” anymore…

  18. tellitlikeitis says:

    Good Morning M2.

  19. tellitlikeitis says:

    The only news the propaganda media reports accurately is tabloid news.

  20. m2 says:

    If it’s a politician it’s diff. Like the SC governor. Because they are generally using tax payer $ and time to dick around.

    If Kobe Bryant can recover- Tiger will. All that matters is that he plays well. And since he’s a lib, he’ll recover faster.

  21. tellitlikeitis says:

    If Tiger was a democrat Senator or congressman the propaganda media would be doing everything they could to bury the story.

  22. m2 says:

    I think Reid us going to get his vote thismonth and it will pass.

    I don’t believe the talking heads on TV anymore…

    I don’t think it’s in trouble. I think all Dems are on board. And there will be no watered down “public option” in the final draft.

  23. m2 says:

    If Tiger were a Dem politician- nothing would have been reported.

  24. m2 says:

    Ah ha ha ha!!!!! Rush is Rawsome!!!!

  25. m2 says:

    Fox -brilliant start today on Rush. You are an hour behind me right?? Don’t miss the first 10 min… At noon.

  26. Foxwood says:

    Listening to it in real time, M2. I’m with you 🙂

  27. Foxwood says:

    Today, Ping Golf announced it is signing Ms. Woods to an multi-million dollar naming and endorsement deal for it’s new line of women’s fairway woods. Their new slogan; “Elin Woods – clubs you can beat Tiger with”

  28. Foxwood says:

    What is the difference between the Barnham & Bailey Circus and Tiger Wood’s mistresses?

    The Circus is a Cunning Array of Stunts.

  29. LisaInTX says:

    Good morning everyone :-d

    Love the photo! hahahaa… rah rah ree—kick’em in the knee, raha rah rass, kick’em in the assssssss…………..

  30. LisaInTX says:

    check your pw

  31. LisaInTX says:

    Good insight and I bet there are allot feeling that way now.
    IMO…I would have been PROUD to have voted for Obama IF he had been the right man for the job. But I just couldn’t—my gut, heart and research told me he was a Marxist from hell.
    I think allot of people are past seeing the “Star” and now see what so many were saying about him was true.
    No person is perfect. Regret is hard to swallow and undo sometimes. But recognizing the bad choice or deed, should entail that we push forward and try to right the wrongs we have done.

    Foxwood // December 2, 2009 at 11:48 am

    He could be like Charles Payne on Fox Business. He’s a Conservative, but had to vote for the first black man because he’s black.

    I was disappointed about it. Charles regrets his vote now.

  32. LisaInTX says:

    Well I got errands to run—bbl

  33. m2 says:

    CNN has been PWND by Comedy Central.

  34. m2 says:

    This is the silver-lining in the media’s loathing of America.  Whether it is CNN’s embarrassing fact checking of an Obama skit performed by Saturday Night Live or MSNBC’s unbridled disdain for our military, the scales are coming off America’s eyes…

    Yes, they are a hateful bunch, those leftists. As they believe they are getting closer and closer to taking over nearly every aspect of this Republic, their hate becomes ever more visible. They really wish that any and all opposition could be “made to go away.”

  35. samiam60 says:

    Back to Copenhagen:

    Obama’s ‘Prestige’ on the Line in Copenhagen, With Climate Deal Far From Certain

  36. m2 says:

    Another comment:

    If a terrorist were about to shoot Chris Matthews, a Marine would step in front and take the bullet.

    If a terrorist were about to shoot a Marine, Chris Matthews would offer to reload their clip.

    Hopefully the majority of Americans are seeing the far left for what they really are – hateful. They love only themselves and everyone else can die.

  37. samiam60 says:

    President Obama’s plans for seeking an international agreement at a U.N. climate change conference next week sound precariously similar to his plans for pitching Chicago as the host city for the 2016 Summer Olympics two months ago.

    At both meetings, the president scheduled very brief appearances, planning to arrive early and be long gone before any decision was reached. And, coincidentally, the destination in both cases was Copenhagen, Denmark.

    Obama’s first visit ended in decisive failure, with Rio de Janeiro winning the bid. So is the president setting himself up for a repeat? Or is he facing down his Denmark demons and looking to get his mojo back?

    Patrick Michaels, former president of the American Association of State Climatologists and environmental fellow at the Cato Institute, said he has his doubts.

    “The president is carrying nothing credible in his pocket, so how can he compel people to do something credible?” he said, referring to the fact that Congress has not passed its cap-and-trade bill.

    Obama has traveled abroad extensively — to summits and conferences and high-level meetings — since taking office. Those trips have produced a slew of agreements and announcements, but little concrete action. And on some of the biggest issues of the world stage — the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and the Iranian nuclear program among them — the president’s approach has yielded little progress.

    Analysts say that while Obama might help strike a broadly worded deal in Copenhagen, a legally binding replacement for the 1997 Kyoto Protocol may be just as unlikely after his visit as before.

    Sen. Jim Webb, D-Va., reminded the president of his limits in a letter he sent to the White House last week after Obama announced he would travel to Copenhagen and lay out America’s goals for cutting greenhouse gas emissions by 17 percent from 2005 levels by 2020.

    “I would like to express my concern regarding reports that the administration may believe it has the unilateral power to commit the government of the United States to certain standards that may be agreed upon (in Denmark). … The phrase ‘politically binding’ has been used,” Webb wrote. “As you well know from your time in the Senate, only specific legislation agreed upon in the Congress, or a treaty ratified by the Senate, could actually create such a commitment on behalf of our country.”

    Michaels said that letter alone hurts Obama’s efforts in Copenhagen, since it could confirm delegates’ suspicions that the president may not be prepared to hold up the United States’ end of any grand bargain.

    Heather Conley, senior fellow with the Center for Strategic and International Studies, said Obama’s travel schedule could also dim his chances of success.

    The president plans to stop by on Dec. 9, before heading to Oslo to collect the Nobel Peace Prize the next day. But the climate conference lasts two weeks, from Dec. 7-18.

    “The timing is off,” Conley said. “He’s going to be there the second or third day of the beginning of the negotiations. Political leaders are a bit flummoxed because they don’t know how to incorporate President Obama’s visit to Copenhagen, which they applaud, but it’s not quite in the right sequence to make a concrete agreement possible.”

    She said any agreement would come at the “very end” of the conference, not the beginning.

    The White House said the timing of the president’s visit is immaterial.

    “I think the president believes that that visit happening at the beginning is just as important as it would be at any point to getting that deal going quicker,” White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs said.

    Many officials at home and abroad have praised Obama effusively for his decision to attend the climate change summit and lay out U.S. targets.

    Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass., said in a statement that Obama’s pitch “could be one hell of a global game changer.”

    “The fact that the president will attend the Copenhagen talks underscores that the administration is putting its money where its mouth is, putting the president’s prestige on the line,” Kerry said.

    That’s a dangerous place for the president’s prestige to be, given what happened last time in Copenhagen. The president’s other international trips have yielded mixed results.

    Obama’s eight-day trip through Asia last month didn’t result in any concrete victories for the United States, though the president said his talks with Asian leaders could spur economic growth.

    In a positive sign, China and Russia — two nations Obama has reached out to — later joined the United States and other Western nations in condemning Iran’s nuclear activities. But Iran then turned around to declare defiantly that it would develop 10 more nuclear sites.

    With Russia, Obama’s travels yielded a number of agreements, including a pledge to cooperate more fully on bringing security to Afghanistan and a transit agreement allowing U.S. military equipment and supplies to travel through Russia on their way to Afghanistan.

    The two countries also put out a statement setting out target limits for warheads and delivery systems, guiding negotiations for a new treaty to replace the Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty.

    But that effort has slowed, with administration aides now admitting that both countries will probably need a “bridge” agreement because a new deal won’t be hammered out before the current treaty expires Dec. 5.

    Elsewhere, the April G-20 summit in London resulted in a pledge for more than $1 trillion in financing to the International Monetary Fund and other institutions. And during the summertime G-8 meeting in Italy, industrialized nations pledged to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 80 percent by 2050.

    But a Kyoto successor is what the international community is focusing on when it comes to climate change. And the split is wide between developed countries like the United States and developing countries like India and China, which are hesitant to commit to binding targets.

    The fact that the Senate has not yet followed the House’s lead in passing a U.S. climate change bill puts Obama in a potentially weakened position in Copenhagen.

    Michaels predicted “a lot of comprehensive hot air” in otherwise chilly Denmark.

    “A breakthrough will be claimed when in fact none will exist,” he said.


  38. samiam60 says:

    Obama’s first visit ended in decisive failure, with Rio de Janeiro winning the bid. So is the president setting himself up for a repeat? Or is he facing down his Denmark demons and looking to get his mojo back?

  39. m2 says:

    Repitition and failure and repitition is his sign of arrogant Sociopathic mental disease.

  40. Foxwood says:

    Ennie meanie chili beanie
    The spirits are about to speak!

    I see a new blog post!

  41. VotingFemale says:

    lol !!!!!!!!!!!

    Foxwood says

    Ennie meanie chili beanie
    The spirits are about to speak!

    I see a new blog post!

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