Thingish Things

World’s Toughest Job

Written By: William F. B. O'Reilly - Mar• 21•11

President Obama is catching a beating from the Left and the Right for his decision to bomb Libyan targets alongside the French, British, Canadians, and others. He’s also lost the support of the Arab League which encouraged the President to weigh in with military action just days ago.

Rep. Dennis Kucinich (D-Il) used the word impeachment yesterday – Ralph Nader’s been using it for awhile now – and so-called “paleo conservatives” are questioning his end-game strategy, which he very much seems to be lacking.

The President is being criticized for sending mixed messages on the military action, and for doing it while “vacationing” in South America.

Add to that crisis situations in Japan, Egypt, Bahrain, Yemen, Saudi Arabia, and Syria; the War in Afghanistan – including the release of photos of U.S. servicemen toying with dead civilians – the economy, horrific terrorist murders in Israel, the federal budget deficit, dissent within his administration, and planning a 2012 re-election campaign and one almost feels sorry for the guy.

Whether one likes what he is doing or not, this is a good time to remember that he is our Commander and Chief and to keep him in our prayers, even while challenging him.  It ain’t easy being President of the United States.


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