Not only is mr. Obama’s current strategy of portraying the Benghazi butchery, IRS abuses, and NSA abuses as “fake scandals” dead-on-arrival, it is DOA even among the Obama faithful.
This editorial in the New York Times regarding the NSA scandal [LINK] is a heavy rebuke to the Manchurian, and no, Barack Obama, these scandals are not going away, and they are very, very real.
The Obama administration released narrowly selected and heavily censored documents and sent more officials to testify before Congress on Wednesday in an effort to defend the legality and value of the surveillance of all Americans’ telephone calls. The effort was a failure. The documents clarified nothing of importance, and the hearing raised major new questions about whether the intelligence agencies had been misleading Congress and the public about the electronic dragnet. At the end of the day, we were more convinced than ever that the government had yet to come clean on the legal arguments and court orders underlying the surveillance.
Very strong language here.
Too bad the NYT cannot bring itself to say “President Obama has yet to come clean…” and must kiss his ring with substitute language (in this case a bland reference to “the government”).
But no matter: the Obama regime is guilty of multiple acts of a scandalous and treasonous nature, and no amount of Obama dismissiveness or Orwellian messaging is going to save him this time, not when allies like the Times are bailing on him.
Looks like he’s wearing the Blue Dress again…