In another nationally embarrassing act by the President of the United States, Barack Obama, was partying with lawmakers and was absent in the meeting to discuss approving a no-fly zone so U.N. forces could start bombing Lybia and spent the first couple days goofing off while the Japanese government made attempts to call Washington officials begging for help. Sean Hannity said;
“Apparently the President was groggy when he answered that call because on Saturday hours after the quake struck, he went golfing; and later that evening he attended a dinner with members of the mainstream Obama-mania media; and today the President spent the afternoon filling out uhhhh..his NCAA brackets for ESPN. Sadly, none of this is a joke.“
While Japan begs the United States for help to send rescue personnel to dampen dire situation at Fukushima, Obama seems more concerned about dressing up nicely to please the media elite at, what Hannity was referring to, the annual Gridiron Dinner.
Three days later he made time to travel and visit the Blackhawks Hockey Team.
The most energy Obama could bother to devote to what is fast becoming the biggest nuclear disasters in history was to make an empty statement about how people could donate to usaid.gov, while labeling the NCAA exercise a “great diversion.”
Even as the situation at the stricken Fukushima nuclear plant continues to worsen by the hour, and as radiation surges across the Pacific towards the U.S. west coast while Americans panic buy supplies of potassium iodide, President Obama seems disturbingly sanguine about the whole affair.
“But the fun stuff won’t end anytime soon,” writes veteran White House reporter Keith Koffler, who accuses the President of succumbing to “childish distractions” while the world is afire. “On Thursday, the Taoiseach of Ireland will be in town to help the president celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. And then Friday it’s off to Brazil for the start of a three-country Latin American tour.
All we can say is “DAMN, now I wish I had that job!”