Is Obama’s “Blind Eye” Causing Deaths in Syria?

By John W. Lillpop

To say that Barack Hussein is inconsistent, illogical and unduly political when making vital decisions is an understatement of epic proportions.

For example, nearly one year ago, on March 29, 2011, President Obama addressed the nation and unleashed a blast of his world-class, soaring rhetoric to justify military action in Libya, a nation in conflict, but where said conflict did not involve any national interest, direct or indirect, of these United States.

At the time (see reference) Obama invoked moral consciousness as reason enough to shoot 160 or so Tomahawk Missiles into Libya at a cost of nearly one billion dollars to American taxpayers.

Further, because the President acted without approval of the U.S. Congress, his a action was a violation of the War Powers Act and probably an impeachable offense were it not for Harry Reid and like-minded gangsters “serving” the nation as Democrats in the U.S. Senate.

Obama’s exact words from that date:
“Some nations may be able to turn a blind eye to atrocities in other countries. The United States of America is different. And as president, I refused to wait for the images of slaughter and mass graves before taking action.”


One year later, one wonders where the Obama concern for “slaughter and mass graves” is with respect to the carnage in Syria, where the UN estimates at least 7,500 innocent Syrians have been murdered by the brutal regime of President Assad?

Of course, that was then, and this is now.

In 2011, there were no U.S. elections on the horizon to fret about, although Team Obama was already in campaign mode, and was looking to advance the notion that Obama was strongly committed to rooting out tyranny in the name of Democracy and individual liberty.

However in 2012, with elections just months away, Obama knows that the nation is weary of spending American blood and treasure
on wars in Muslim nations.

Still, the question deserves to be asked: Is Obama’s “Blind Eye” Causing Deaths in Syria?