Saturday, September 25, 2010

Obama – At War With the Joint Chiefs - 7:45 P.M. Friday September 24th 2010

It was at the North Doors of the Palm Room at the White House where the President ended his long three-day U.N. business. A lot was whirling in his head, especially the meeting with the President of Kyrgyzstan where the U.S. had its very important supply base that was the lifeblood to our troops in Afghanistan. It was a private meeting that went on for about two hours just before he departed for his return to Washington. If the Joint Chiefs had been flies on the wall they would have dive-bombed the President in formation with a crescendo of missile and rapid fire attack guns, not to mention a few nukes dropped somewhere around his groin area. Since the boys at the Pentagon had stonewalled him for the past two years over, "Don’t ask, don’t tell," and oh yeah, Afghanistan, the President felt it was time for a little payback. The President made a very lucrative deal with the leader of this backward central Asian country he couldn’t refuse. It was probably one of the most diabolical plans any President ever made and now our troops on the ground in a theater of war would be at risk because of it.

With Russia being the overlying power in the region, the U.S. was in Kyrgyzstan at Putin’s pleasure. Of course, it came at a cost to the American taxpayer of quite a few million in a numbered Swiss bank account, deposited yearly, to enhance that pleasure. It seemed that our President was setting up civil disorder in this small country that would threaten the functioning of the supply base thus causing supply interruptions with an eventual closure. The President, being the over educated one-day wonder that he was, figured in his own egocentric mind that by single-handily shutting down the supply line to the war he would force the Joint Chiefs to vacate Afghanistan, thus satisfying most of his supporters on the left that hadn’t already committed harikari. Some of our best young men and women would die for this political and selfish decision, but it was all in a day’s work for the leader of the free world.

The President quickly left the gathering of press reporters and headed for the private quarters of the White House, where Michelle greeted him with a kiss on the cheek and a pat on the ass. He was glad to be home but as his aides' resignations poured in on a daily basis, home was getting lonelier and lonelier as the 602nd day of the Obama Presidency started talking to himself for lack of a better thing to do.

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