Bam’s political insanity

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Did you hear the one about the leader of the free world turning into a global joke? You’ll laugh until you cry.

Baffled, beaten, dejected, deflated, disdainful, deer-caught-in-the-headlights Bam is a political loser whose cloddishness is etched on his face and engraved in his deed. Woe is us.

Mr. President’s crumminess couldn’t come at a worse time. Islamo-nuts are increasing. Around 25,000 Islamo-terror attacks have wrecked the world since 9-11. Muslim radicals are killing and maiming innocent people like barbarians on steroids. Psycho-jihadists are carrying out fatal sorties just about everywhere. Terror-sponsoring Muslim nations are pocketing American dollars while promoting human rights violations and plotting to overthrow western values. The Islamic Republic of Iran is inching closer to making the bomb. And America has become a political eunuch, at least for now.

Politically blotto Obama is as distanced from the disastrous drama — of his making and unfolding on his watch — as the Sentinelese islanders in the Bay of Bengal are from the rest of the world:

• He is exhausting his last kilo-watts of energy to perform linguistic martial arts with the semantics of terrorism.

• He is obsessed with devising nice names for radical Islam and its assorted goon groups and religopiles-of-crap which by any other moniker would still stink like a monkey’s butt on a hot day.

• He cannot make up his mind if the Taliban are terrorists or not. Whatta dud.

The president would rather tolerate unrepentant, mass murderers than team up with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, leader of the only democracy in the rabid Middle East, to battle the plague of our day. Bibi is everything Bam is not — candid, competent, intrepid, and indomitable — and when he addresses a special joint session of Congress next month about why we should sanction Iran, we will finally hear from a real leader instead of a pseudo-defense lawyer trying desperately to rake up a reasonable doubt about the bad guys.

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Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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