Tuesday, January 13, 2015

Obama, A No Show in Paris, He Did Show for the Spurs

President Obama, a most indecisive and ineffective leader, placed his priorities where they matter most to him. Although he was one of the few world leaders who did not show for the unity rally after the murders in Paris, he did find time to greet last years’ NBA champions, the San Antonio Spurs.

Obama always seems to find a decision that he could avoid, if at all possible. Ah well, we get what we pay for.

It takes an uneducated Texas GOP representative, to put Obama’s poor decision making into the right perspective. Randy Weber, a true American and world historian, tweeted “Even Adolph Hitler thought it more important than Obama to get to Paris. (For all of the wrong reasons.) Obama couldn’t do it for right reasons.”

Randy Weber, who represents Texas’s 14th District, has amazed everyone when he correctly spelled the mass murderer Hitler’s last name, yet his historical acuity was lacking in misspelling his first name, which was Adolf.

Perhaps Randy’s impeccable knowledge will be most useful if Texas GOP Senator Ted Cruz runs for president in 2016, and makes Weber a member of his think tank.

After Thoughts

Why are deranged individuals, who for religious causes, set off a self-attached bomb designed to destroy innocent people, called “suicide bombers?” Aren’t they really murderers, and shouldn’t they be called “homicide bombers?”

There’s also a far more accurate designation for the radical settlers in Israel who have confiscated Arab land, destroyed Arab property, and harassed and harmed innocent Arabs. They are truly “unsettlers,” trying to make the land comfortable for themselves, at the expense of others.

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