Dear President Sarkozy…

©2009 drkate

Astonished at Obama’s naivete, Sarkozy said:

“President Obama, I support the Americans’ outstretched hand. But what did the international community gain from these offers of dialogue? Nothing.” — French president Nicolas Sarkozy, September 2

not even funny, O.

not even funny, O.

Obama’s debut as head of the U.N. security council flopped (of course) and was met with Iran testing missiles and Russia reaffirming that it didn’t think Iran’s new secret weapons lab warranted sanctions.

Charles Krauthamer didn’t mince any words:

When France chides you for appeasement, you know you’re scraping bottom. Just how low we’ve sunk was demonstrated by the Obama administration’s satisfaction when Russia’s president said of Iran, after meeting President Obama at the U.N., that “sanctions are seldom productive, but they are sometimes inevitable.”

What is more astonishing is that France and Britain knew Obama had in his possession explosive information regarding Iran’s newly discovered secret laboratory, and were urging him to use it at his debut at the UN Security Council to call for more action.  Obama apparently refused.  Citing White House sources,

... Obama wanted the Security Council meeting to be about his own dream of a nuclear-free world. The president, reports the New York Times, citing “White House officials,” did not want to “dilute” his disarmament resolution “by diverting to Iran.”

Diversion? It’s the most serious security issue in the world. A diversion from what? From a worthless U.N. disarmament resolution?

The pathological ego of Obama is so dangerous that he threatens the world with nuclear disaster.

Oh.  I forgot other ‘slap-in-your-face’ activities were underway with the $2.2 million (jet fuel) ‘sacrifice’ trip to Copenhagen.  My bad.


There is something else going on behind the scenes of this display of disrespect, stupidity, and ego. Obama plays the part willingly, but this has everything to do with our security right now. As they say, sleep with one eye open! 😯

15 Responses to “Dear President Sarkozy…”

  1. 1 Troy October 3, 2009 at 7:49 am

    What the Daily Kooks, Huff-n-Puffers and online Obots looked like after the IOC and the rest of the world served up a big poop sandwich for MO, BO and Harpo.

    Kinda gross, huh. 🙂

    • 2 drkate October 3, 2009 at 9:35 am

      lol, yes gross, but how characteristic…they shed blood for that idiot obama when he is sucking their blood!!! 😮

      (ok, was that a gross enough response? lol)

  2. 3 Troy October 3, 2009 at 7:52 am

    A tribute to MO and BO and an olympdic no show.


  3. 6 d2i October 3, 2009 at 9:33 am

    Where is this mans head – what in the hell did Frank Marshall Davis say to young BO about nuclear disarmament? He’s held onto this utopian belief since his days at Harvard – wasn’t nuclear disarmament the topic of one of his papers? I mean, it’s one thing to hold such a belief but it’s quite another to believe that one can actually achieve such a goal in today’s world. It shows just how naive and juvenile his thinking truly is. Why did the leftist D’s vote for such a junior twit? Why or why??

    FYI – jbjd has a new post focusing on election fraud in South Carolina – the complaint focuses on both the primary and general election ballots. It names Fowler and a slew of others.


    • 7 drkate October 3, 2009 at 10:01 am

      Folks, the link provided by d2i here is really a MUST read. jbjd has found a way to file election fraud charges in several states. This is another way to get at eligibility, and, if done properly, could lead to impeachment proceedings v barky.

      Now I know ‘impeachment’ is only for legitimate presidents–NBC’s–but at this point, I would favor impeachment if this is the only way he can be brought to justice.

      • 8 Troy October 3, 2009 at 10:07 am

        The problem is that impeachment is imposed by Congress and the Congress has been infiltrated by and is now run by the Marxist faction. 😦

        • 9 drkate October 3, 2009 at 10:29 am

          no need to give up quite yet. If these complaints get filed, and the information gets out, then there will be no choice. When congress tries to stop this, we the people can basically condition our votes for or against them depending on how they act–republicans and democrats.

          I am sure obama will lose the house and possibly the senate in 2010. it will not be too late to start these impeachment proceedings in January 2011.

  4. 10 drkate October 3, 2009 at 11:04 am

    Atlas Shrugs has an excellent piece up describing John Bolton’s view of the Iran situation. It doesn’t look pretty:

  5. 11 drkate October 3, 2009 at 11:57 am

    OT Congressman Keith Ellison just made it to my list of people to defeat on 2010. Get sharia out of Congress!!!! 😡

  6. 12 stacyx October 3, 2009 at 3:42 pm

    For those that advocate military action (against Iranian nuclear sites), where are we going to get the troops and what is the long-term plan? Anyone with access to a world map can see the difficulty. If a strategic attack on specific sites were to escalate into a full-blown conflict/war, how do we fight a war on three fronts? How would we prevent the same mistakes we made initially in Iraq? Nobody seems to have those answers.

    The thing about John Bolton, Richard Perle, William Kristol and others who want some sort of military action, is that they takes no responsibility for being so wrong about Iraq- they totally misjudged the situation there- they had no plan for what to do once Baghdad fell, no understanding of the underlying long-standing ethnic rivalries that would fuel the insurgency, wrong about troop numbers, wrong about how long we would need to be there and on and on. I’d like to hear some specifics from these folks.

    There is also the possibility that any attack against Iran having the unintended consequence of becoming a recruiting tool for Islamic fundamentalists. I see a lot of people in the blogosphere getting their war paint on, but no one can really articulate a plan.

    I wonder if France and the UK would sign on to military action against Iran if it came to that? In other words, talk is cheap.

  7. 14 stacyx October 4, 2009 at 1:14 pm

    I thought some here who are interested in the Iran issue might find this article by Fareed Zakaria to be interesting in that he is one of only a few commentators who actually talks about the possible short and long-term effects of striking Iran’s nuclear facilities:

    Contrast that with George Will, who just offers the usual criticism minus any real analysis of options:

    Granted, both pundits on the the left and the right tend to just focus on criticism but given that a lot of lives are potentially on the line, the debate would benefit from being a bit more substantive, in my opinion.

    • 15 drkate October 4, 2009 at 1:59 pm

      Two excellent articles posted here, Stacyx, thank you. And your observations are right on: Zakaria takes a principled and important look at options; will just criticizes.

      What I am concerned about is whether indeed Obama is thinking about this in the broadest sense; or whether his ego and desire to appease are ruling his thinking.

      Regardless, this is an important issue and America must tread carefully!

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