Obama’s 8 Most Idiotic Statements in Paris
In February, President Obama took out a selfie stick, winked at himself, and stated, “YOLO, man.” In June, Obama said it was time for him to fulfill his “something that rhymes with bucket list.”
He’s living up to his standard.
While traveling in Paris, Obama dropped one rhetorical bombshell after another, all laced with toxic doses of ignorance and foolishness. Here are his top eight:
Obama Says That The Climate Change Conference Represents “An Act of Defiance That Proves Nothing Will Deter Us.” Yes, clearly ISIS is sitting around waiting for the world to give the go-ahead to further carbon emissions – and President Obama has thwarted their evil plans by refusing to cater to such environmental brutality. Obama added, “We salute the people of Paris for insisting this crucial conference go on…What greater rejection of those who would tear down our world than marshaling our best efforts to save it?” Well, a greater rejection could come in the form of, you know, killing them. Also, ISIS is quite happy to watch the West tear down its own economy based on the chimera of climate change. Certainly Osama Bin Laden was. He repeatedly blamed the West for climate change and insisted they pay impoverished countries for their sins.
“In Some Ways, [Climate Change] Is Akin To The Problem of Terrorism and ISIL.” Obama said this on Tuesday in Paris. Why, pray tell, was a marginal change in temperature unconfirmed by consistent scientific modeling anything like an ideologically-driven radical religious movement seeking to murder Westerners and other outsiders? Because, said Obama, they require similarly determined and prolonged responses. So, presumably Obama should have compared both ISIS and climate change to herpes.
Obama Compares Planned Parenthood Shooting to Paris Attacks. Asked specifically about the Planned Parenthood shooting while in Paris on Tuesday, Obama answered:
We are rightly determined to prevent terrorist attacks wherever they occur whether in the United States or with friends and allies like France, and we devote enormous resources and properly so to rooting out networks and debilitating organizations like ISIL and maintaining the intelligence.
Comparing a lone insane person – legitimately insane – shooting people near a Planned Parenthood in Colorado to a highly-organized terror assault in France is the height of cynicism.