And Obama learned his grisly stalking techniques from the masters. First he watched Bush and Cheney stalk, torture and rape Afghanistan. Then he watched Bush and Cheney stalk, torture and rape Iraq. http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article39697.htm
"But, Jane," you might ask, "why are you being so hard on President Obama?" http://dgibbs.faculty.arizona.edu/brzezinski_interview
Why? Why? Because even if all this psychopathic stalking is actually being orchestrated by Wall Street and War Street or the military-industrial complex or the wingnuts and war-hawks in Congress or even the PNAC and Dick Cheney -- all of these stalking nightmares are still happening on Obama's watch. http://thearabdailynews.com/2014/09/15/obama-bites-can-chew/
PS: If the CIA, the American military-industrial complex, the PNAC war hawks, the Pentagon and even the White House and Congress can get so deeply involved in stalking and tormenting and threatening and bullying other countries throughout the world -- and apparently get away with it too, then what's to keep these evil stalkers from saying to themselves, "Hmmm. Let's stalk Americans next." My blood runs cold at the thought. http://jpstillwater.blogspot.com/2014/06/syria-iraq-captain-phillips-isis.html
Where is Maggie Q when we need her!
From journalist David Swanson: "In violation of the Constitution, our Constitutional scholar president, in violation of the UN Charter and the Kellogg-Briand Pact, our Nobel Peace Laureate president, in compliance with the stated desire of ISIS that the United States help it grow by attacking it, President Barack 'don't-do-stupid-stuff' Obama has just attacked another country and no good can come of it.
"He's attacked the opponents of the Syrian regime he said needed to be attacked a year ago, and done so in defense of Iraqis who just held a demonstration opposing such U.S. action. The world needs actual aid and serious support for the rule of law, diplomacy, and good government. So-called 'military aid' doesn't aid anyone, and the U.S. public's willingness to stand for more of it being offered in our name has been greatly overestimated."
From Judy Bello of the Upstate Coalition to Ground the Drones and End the Wars: "On Democracy Now, Vijay Prashad just pointed out that the US airstrikes on Syria are more symbolic than otherwise. They are destroying a lot of infrastructure in Raqqa around Aleppo and Dier Ezzor. But they aren't attacking ISIS' hardened positions and forward positions around Kobani on the Turkish Border. There are also reports that ISIS has abandoned its bunkers in Raqqa and moved into residential areas so US bombing merely destroyed the buildings and bystanders." http://www.democracynow.org/2014/9/23/expanding_us_strikes_to_isis_in