Narcissist-in-Chief…

…appalls even Dianne Feinstein with his willingness to risk the lives of our troops in order to score some political points.

The man is not a genius. The man is stunningly amateurish and vain. And stuff like this just make him lose support among all the idealistic folk who voted for him in 2008.

  • Zzedar

    I’m not sure I follow. I don’t see anything that would indicate that he deliberately allowed the information to escape (which isn’t necessarily praise — incompetence in keeping secrets secret has its own problems). Or am I missing something?

  • Michaelus

    Is Obama hoping that Iran does something stupid in retaliation?

  • Ted Seeber

    I’m usually for absolute transparency in government and business (even got fired over it once- and I’ll NEVER work for government again because I clearly have utterly different aims and different interpretations of policy in that regard than most people) , and normally believe that secrets have no place in the public sphere at all (if you are outside of your house, outside of the confessional, or on the internet, you’re in the public sphere, like it or not). But that means that our troops shouldn’t be used in covert ways at all; not that you should betray the location and identity of troops that are in an illicit covert situation! Once again, Mr. Change proves to be “Meet the New Boss, same as the Old Boss”.


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