Yet yesterday during his inaugural address, President Obama lifts one of the most repudiated and wrong lines from 20th Century history when he quotes then-British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain and promises "Peace in our time" just as Chamberlain did after the disgraceful sellout of Czechoslovakia at Munich in 1938. (In the video of the Inaugural Address, start at about 14:50)
At the same time President Obama was saying that 10 years of war was over and "Peace in our time" is on the horizon, wasn't outgoing Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta saying the U.S. must "fight back" against al Qaeda whenever and wherever? Was that Panetta's way of giving the president the political finger on the way out the door? Johnny Paycheck would be proud.
What? Why then do these guys complain about Republicans not genuflecting to His Majesty when the Obama administration can't get its own story straight? Even the most die-hard Obama supporter HAS to be mortified at the president's choice of language and complete disregard of both history and current events. I'd laugh except too many have died as a result of the bungling.