Tell me, what’s the plan Mr. President? A few clips of famous sayings by our Community Organizer and good ole Joe from the past. The last one has humor. What more is there to say regarding his latest misadventure that has another bombing without a plan.
Mitt Romney Wants To Go To War With Syria :Joe Biden
During the Obama campaign for reelection Joe Biden pushed Mitt Romney’s desire to go to war with Syria. Now the Obama Administration is attacking Syria.
This 2007 excerpt of an interview with then Vice Presidential candidate Joe Biden shows him arguing why he would seek to impeach then President Bush if he were to take military action against Iran without congressional approval. The same goes for Obama, who also made a similar statement back then. Now, they are using the same arguments Bush made to justify any attacks against Iraq and Iran to drop “freedom” bombs on Syria.
Flashback – Obama: Iran, Syria will help stabilize Iraq, & the region, Presidential debate ’07;
Published on Oct 23, 2012
During the Presidential debate on Monday, Barack Obama resorted to his usual style of rhetoric to evade scrutiny of his disastrous policies on Iran and Syria. However, he can’t hide the fact, that from day one, ever since he rose to national prominence, he has sought to befriend the Syrian and Iranian regimes, despite their atrocious and despicable nature.
The President’s voice was nowhere to be heard, in 2009, during the post election demonstrations in Iran, much to the chagrin of the Iranian protesters. And, despite his claims to the contrary, Obama sent two letters to the Supreme leader of Iran, in which he made some shocking concessions and also offered to conduct negotiations with the despotic regime.
In 2010, Obama returned the U.S. ambassador to Syria; the ambassador had been recalled by President Bush after the assassination of Lebanese Prime Minister Rafic Harri.
Moreover, in July of 2009, the Obama administration announced a decision to ease sanctions on Syria.
And who can forget Obama’s incredibly ridiculous statement, during the Democratic Presidential debate, in 2007, when he was asked if he’d be willing to negotiate with the leaders of Iran, Syria etc.
Obama replied: “I think that it is a disgrace that we have not spoken to them.We’ve been talking about Iraq — one of the first things that I would do in terms of moving a diplomatic effort in the region forward is to send a signal that we need to talk to Iran and Syria because they’re going to have responsibilities if Iraq collapses. They have been acting irresponsibly up until this point. But if we tell them that we are not going to be a permanent occupying force, we are in a position to say that they are going to have to carry some weight, in terms of stabilizing the region.”
The Iranian and Syrian regimes “are going to have to carry some weight, in terms of stabilizing” Iraq and the region??? Are you kidding me?
And, let’s not forget some of Joe Biden’s preposterous statements on Iran.
In October 2001, shortly after the 9/11 attacks, Biden was quoted as telling committee staffers, during a meeting, “Seems to me this would be a good time to send, no strings attached, a check for $200 million to Iran.”
[Biden] looks around the table with raised eyebrows, a How do ya like that? look on his face.