Monday, April 13, 2009


The President authorizes a rescue of the captain, clear and decisive leadership resulting in the safe rescue of the captain, and an exclamation point on his first international test.
The waiting ended Sunday with news that U.S. Navy snipers had shot and killed three of Phillips' captors, with the fourth pirate in custody onboard the nearby USS Bainbridge, and that Phillips had been rescued uninjured. The expressions of relief and praise flowed.

"I share the country's admiration for the bravery of Capt. Phillips and his selfless concern for his crew," President Obama said. "His courage is a model for all Americans."
ScaifeNet reacts, on cue, like a Junior High kid who just got pantsed
Why, it’s almost as if the mainstream media want the whole world to cooperate with a triumphalistic narrative they’ve already written, in which the Obamessiah and his Hope and Change
Never mind the blasphemous name calling the day after Easter, but seriously, its bad enough they all want him to fail, but now almost disappointed that his continued success has saved the captain. You would think there is a level of disappointment in them that the President succeeded. Watch them join in a chorus as the day progresses, claiming the SEAL's maneuvers were carried out in spite of the President, not because of him.

Typical of the 20% cub

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