Sunday, August 23, 2009

Quote Of The Week

"I don't know that he's given much consideration to whose hand he will shake or whose hand he will not shake. I'm confident, knowing the President, that presented with the opportunity to greet any of the leaders, that he'll do that,"

Senior White House official Denis McDonough shrugged off Obama's handshake with Gaddafi, remarking that relations between the two countries had been restored.

Source

It's just a handshake, right? What's the big deal?

Gaddafi embraces Lockerbie bomber and thanks his 'courageous friend' Gordon Brown for releasing him

10 comments:

Always On Watch said...

Releasing the Lockebie bomber to live in freedom -- I don't give a damn that he's dying -- is a travesty of justice.

I'd also add this: follow the oil-money trail between Libya and the UK.

Chuck said...

Will be interesting to see how mthat turns out

Z said...

maybe it's just about time this president DID start giving 'some consideration' to SOMETHING he does, huh?
To think we have a president who suggested to Libya that they not look too excited that this murderer was released..who's Obama think he IS?

Average American said...

So now we have another potential suicide bomber running free. He's already half dead, so what does he have to lose?

NObama should keep his frigging piehole shut about this disaster. He would have been one of the first to let the bastard go if he was here instead of in Scotland.

Chuck said...

Z, like I said at another site, if he has nay stones he will slap sanctions on them

AA< hadn't thought about that angle, he has nothing to lose does he? Also right on Obama

MK said...

I don't care much for the hand shakes, it's the other bit that gets to us, you know, how obama always sides with tyrants.

shoprat said...

A handshake is nothing. You shake hands with the enemy under some conditions.

What worries me is where he plants his lips.

cube said...

My problem with BO is that I don't get the feeling that his fealty is with the US. This is not a good quality in a president.

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Chuck said...

MK, agreed

Shoprat, yuck

Cube, I have to agree. I sometimes wonder where it is