Thursday, September 13, 2012

“It is an inconvenient thing to have to be president when you really are best at running for office”-- Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-Texas)

     In addition to having no clothes, the Emperor has been revealed to be a eunuch, and may also be aphallic.

     Probably the best observations I've seen since cowardly assaults on our embassies in Egypt, Libya and now Yemen, come from a Unites States Congressman from Texas.  Representative Louis Gohmert probably best described our current leader, Barack Obama, as today's answer to emperor Nero who fiddled while Rome was burning:

“It does not help when an administration in response to American attacks on American Soil and American individuals, the administration ends up asking Americans to give up their First Amendment rights for which our service members are fighting,” Gohmert said. “It doesn’t help when a general asks an American to give up your First Amendment rights rather than proclaiming, ‘We’re the United States military, you have attacked our country, you have attacked our brothers and sisters, and you will pay for that.’”

     Gohmert continued with these sobering words of criticism leveled at our Commander in Chief:

“It’s OK to burn a Bible, that’s OK,...OK to burn a flag, OK, that’s all right,”  “But just, you know, for heaven‘s sake don’t say anything that might offend someone of the Islamic religion.”

     The Congressman wrapped up his remarks with a tinge of partisan personal pronouncement:

“Take a little time from a fundraiser, take a little time that you don’t go to the golf course and meet with the leader of a country that sees hatred for its people, antisemitism, the racism, the bigotry growing around the world, who is scared for its own existence, who can‘t be sure that we’re going to be there with them because of the actions of this administration.”
“I mean, it is an inconvenient thing to have to be president when you really are best at running for office."*

*Full text and video can be seen at the following link:

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