I Have A Theory
I have a theory about Obama’s supposed reconsideration of seeking congressional approval to oust Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. My first thoughts are that Assad is more legitimate than Obama, and no one’s threatening to storm our shores to oust Obama. I do not believe for an instant that Assad used chemical weapons on his people, but there is no ambiguity pursuant to Obama doing his absolute, Neo-Leninist best to destroy our Free-Market Capitalist System and foment racial discord.
It is my opinion that the plan was to capitulate to congressional pressure the whole time. Listen up for a moment. He and his administration may appear outwardly to be inept, but that is only because people are judging them by traditional American presidential standards. But when he is judged by the standards of the late Vladimir Lenin and Saul Alinsky, he and his cabal are anything but.[quote style=”boxed” float=”right”]It is important for the American people to at least partially understand how corrupt politics and the federal government are. The Machiavellian machinations taking place away from voice recorders and prying eyes go unaddressed, but they nonetheless exist. [/quote]
What if his pretense of going to war without congressional input and/or approval was just that — a pretense? If you’re now asking, “Why pretend?” the answer would be so Boehner, McCain, and the other feckless, so-called leadership on both sides of the aisle can get what they want. Both Democrats and Republicans (more so the Republicans) can boast to their constituents that they prevented Obama from skirting congressional authority which makes them look good especially with the 2014 elections just around the corner. It also allows the media to continue to overlook that Obama has ignored Constitutional boundaries since he first took office by his subversion and abuse of Executive Orders. He didn’t seek congressional input to invade and depose Libya’s Muammar Qaddafi. He went to them after the fact and essentially told them what they were to think about it.[adsanity id=8405 align=aligncenter /]
It is important for the American people to at least partially understand how corrupt politics and the federal government are. The Machiavellian machinations taking place away from voice recorders and prying eyes go unaddressed, but they nonetheless exist. It is important to understand that a politician’s life is built on cutting deals and brinksmanship. And I argue that is exactly what we have witnessed these last couple days. Undisclosed to the public, all politicians concerned got a deal they wanted as Obama feigned brinksmanship to get what he wanted even as the feigned outrage of congressional members earned them the cloakroom deals they were seeking.
I do not expect everyone to agree with me, but when you understand how corrupt the government system is, nothing is too corrupt to put beyond them.
The bottom line is, no matter how Obama, congress, and the media try to spin it there is no summum bonum associated with Obama’s obsession to depose Assad. Unless, of course, one believes that allowing the rise of a state governed by sharia law is same. Or unless one believes that placing Syria in the hands of vicious and condemnable Muslim terrorists meets the criteria for summum bonum.
Syria is not our enemy as such. I have Syrian friends and colleagues both here and in Syria who are telling me exactly what I’m saying pursuant to what the fall of Assad to radical terrorist Muslims will result in.
It is important to not be swayed by a retired military officer posing as a talking head on some news program. We must keep in mind that in all likelihood that officer was nothing more than a uniform with decoration on its chest earned because they were Carter, Clinton, and/or Obama sycophants.
We do not send our men and women to die just so Obama can fulfill some maniacal scheme to allow for the spread of Islamic terrorism.
I say if congress wants to depose a lurid dictator who fancies himself a demigod let them begin at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
About the Author
Mychal S. Massie is an ordained minister who spent 13 years in full-time Christian Ministry. Today he serves as founder and Chairman of the Racial Policy Center (RPC), a think tank he officially founded in September 2015. RPC advocates for a colorblind society. He was founder and president of the non-profit “In His Name Ministries.” He is the former National Chairman of a conservative Capitol Hill think tank; and a former member of the think tank National Center for Public Policy Research. Read entire bio here