Manchurian Obama is a world-class avoider of responsibility, always keeping himself outside of any accountability so that he can best present himself as a hero of the Oppressed People — “Damn those people in Washington!!”, he always seems to be saying, as though he is not among them, and in fact holding the highest office in Washington and on the planet earth.
As we’ve written before, if you are working for him, let’s say as Secretary of Health and Human Services, or Secretary of State, or as a Secret Service agent, or as Head of Homeland Security, you are chowing on a shit sandwich every single day, until your ignominious resignation inevitably comes.
The latest obfuscation is a one-two punch, with the resignation last week of Kathleen Sebelius and the impending implosion of Obama’s attempt at mideast peace between Israel and Palestinians.
The Sebelius downfall needs no comment other than to say that she was a monumental failure in no worse a way than any other sucker who believed in Obamacare and its doomed exchanges. Obamacare was DOA in 2009, and its towering malignancy always unavoidable and even intentional. She never had a chance, but was too stupid to notice.
Regarding mideast peace, it is in shambles, again:
At best, the latest deterioration has meant the last year was a waste of time and effort. At worst, it’s escalated and accelerated precisely the kind of breakdown that Obama and Kerry were trying to avoid, with all the parties feeling spurned at exactly the time when many experts on the region agree time’s running out.
Now, the administration is left managing yet another collapse — including the question of exactly how to describe that collapse, to keep alive the possibility of coming back to the process in the future. <source>
“…yet another collapse…”
The problem with Obama is that he revels in collapse — it is his lifeblood, so dedicated is he to the decline of the West and of Israel. If you don’t believe this, then ask yourself why banks that were “too big to fail” in 2008 are even bigger now…
But back to the King of Unaccountability and his methods.
Behold this paragraph:
Even among senior Obama aides, there’s disagreement about how wary the president actually was all along about taking another shot at the peace process, how much distance he was really trying to keep, and how much of his actions were about humoring an ambitious Kerry’s swing at the history books.
AMAZING, isn’t it, that among his own staff there is “disagreement” about the level of Obama’s commitment and involvement.
He hangs back, ready to take credit if thing go well, or dump his people overboard if they do not (you getting this, Secretary Kerry? Not that we have sympathy for you..).
How about one more paragraph from Politico trying to make sense of it all:
Obama appeared to be wrapping his arms around the process at the final stage. But according to interviews with American, Israeli and Palestinian officials, he was in reality desperately trying to give it a shove — or, depending on whom you ask, already administering CPR.
There you have it: a man who plays every role imaginable so that he can avoid the consequences and the burdens of leadership.
“Wrapping his arms around it”, OR “Giving it a shove”, OR “administering CPR”, OR…
This president is the worst in American history, on many levels.
Are we the worst electorate in American history?