Obama Calls For Stronger Support Of Syrian Terrorists

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May 28, 2014 2:24pm PST

As America’s current long-winded war is slowly coming to an end, it appears as though Obama thinks this country hasn’t endured enough killing for one decade. Recently speaking with the graduating class of West Point Military Academy, he explained that America needs to lead the way in support of the Syrian opposition – a.k.a. the Muslim brotherhood, a.k.a. terrorists.

Despite heavy American citizen opposition to Obama’s proposal that has already unsuccessfully made its rounds once just a short time ago, it seems as though Obama’s personality is once again rearing its ugly head. Showing that the American people mean less than foreign nationals willing to kill one another in the name of the same god, Obama’s narcissistic personality is truly astonishing.

(See also: Donald Trump Releases Startling New Facts About Obama’s Citizenship)

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Explaining that, “America must always lead on the world stage,” he further noted that, “If we don’t,” aid the Syrian terrorists, “no one else will.” Hmmm, I wonder why that could be. Defiant in those he’s supposed to represent, he continued by stating, “We will step up our efforts to support Syria’s neighbors,” and will make sure, “those countries, and not just the United States, are contributing their fair share of support to the Syrian people.”

Obama then demanded that countries surrounding Syria will, “confront terrorists working across Syrian borders.” Of course, trying to sugar coat the situation, smooth talking Carney shared, “That is why we’re going to continue increasing our support to the moderate opposition, who offer the best alternative to both the murderous Assad dictatorship and the extremists who have exploited the crisis.”

So what do you guys think – do we even belong in that crisis? Then why is Obama dragging America into it despite the extremely heavy opposition on the matter? Let us know in the comments below.

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