Obama’s Syria Strategy and one more look at George W Bush

As the evidence piles up that Hassad crossed President Obama’s red line and used chemical weapons in Syria; as it becomes evident the President is not in a rush to do anything about it; his strategy for Syria is abundantly clear.

It’s the Bugs Bunny Gambit!

Is it any wonder millions of Americans are going looney tunes. When I look at what is happening:

  • Incredibly, 11 percent of all Americans aged 12 and older are  currently taking SSRI antidepressants – those highly controversial,  mood-altering psychiatric drugs with the FDA’s “suicidality” warning label and alarming  correlation with school shooters. Women are especially prone to depression,  with a stunning 23 percent of all American women in their 40s and 50s – almost  one in four – now taking antidepressants, according to a major  study by the CDC;

It makes me wonder If America’s best days are truly behind us.

Since tonight is the White House correspondents dinner and this week was the opening of the George W Bush Presidential Library. An event that according to Peggy Noonan:

felt like an antidote to Obama—to the imperious I, to the inability to execute, to the endless interviews and the imperturbable drone, to the sense that he is trying to teach us, like an Ivy League instructor taken aback by the backwardness of his students. And there’s the unconscious superiority. One thing Mr. Bush didn’t think he was superior. He thought he was luckily born, quick but not deep, and he famously trusted his gut but also his heart. He always seemed moved and grateful to be in the White House. Someone who met with Mr. Obama during his first year in office, an old hand who’d worked with many presidents, came away worried and confounded. Mr. Obama, he said, was the only one who didn’t seem awed by his surroundings, or by the presidency itself.

I thought I would end this with President Bush’s 2007 appearance at the dinner, like the man said “the good old days”

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