By John W. Lillpop
President Obama is on the move, militarily, once again, this time sending combat-ready troops to Africa to quell an atrocity which has been going on for two years.
In order to turn back critics who demand that he return his Nobel Peace Prize, the President has established a new criteria for defining the term war.
To begin with, the word “War” is NEVER used except when describing Republican assaults on poor and middle class Americans.
The politically-correct term for foreign invasions is “kinetic Military Action.”
When Obama and his Marxist advisers meet to discuss possible U.S. military intervention on foreign soil, the President sticks to a set of rigid standards:
( )In order to be eligible, the foreign crisis must NOT involve legitimate American interests.
( )Military intervention at a time of domestic scandals, such as Solyndra and Fast and Furious, is a big plus. For the uninitiated, its called “wagging the dog,” a term still synonymous with Bill Clinton, Monica Lewinsky and shock and awe over Iraq.
( )All interventions must be described to the media as small incursions taken to advance humanitarian causes where US involvement will be complete in a matter of days rather than weeks.
( )For the purpose of not upsetting peace-loving Americans, Kinetic Military action will be announced by the president in a letter to Congress, released to the public on Friday when most folks are fantasizing about weekend sex, new movies, and food that Michelle Obama secretly admires and sometimes eats, but only when alone.
Based on the above criteria, Obama’s FOURTH WAR was made public as described at the reference:
In a letter to Congress, President Barack Obama said Friday that the troops will assist local forces in a long-running battle against the Lord's Resistance Army, considered one of Africa's most ruthless rebel groups, and help to hunt down its notorious leader, Joseph Kony.
The first of the troops arrived in Uganda on Wednesday, the White House said, and others will be sent to South Sudan, the Central African Republic and the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Way to go, BHO! You have four wars going at once—who says you are a pacifist wuss?