The Obamarometer…You Just Need a Mirror to Read It

Not sure about you folks, but I’ve decided that whenever Obama speaks, he’s running 180 degrees from the truth.

Just this week he declared that the global war on terror is over.

I guess he doesn’t have friends from Boston…most of whom are still trying to get their lives back together minus a foot or a leg.

The brutal death of the U.K. soldier, at the hands of two Muslims, indicated that lower tech terrorism is on the rise.

That doesn’t make it any less global in my book.

Here’s news from Paris, just yesterday, May 25th, 2013.

(Reuters) – A French soldier patrolling a business neighborhood west of Paris was stabbed in the neck and injured on Saturday by a man who fled the scene and is being sought by police, President Francois Hollande said.

The 23-year-old was patrolling in uniform with two other soldiers as part of France’s Vigipirate anti-terror surveillance plan when he was approached from behind around 6 p.m. and attacked with a knife or a box-cutter.

A police union spokesman said surveillance footage of the attacker showed him as tall and bearded, aged about 35, possibly of North African origin and wearing a white Arab-style tunic.

I like barometers.

They give us good information.

Here’s how you can follow what the President is really thinking.

Take whatever he says…hold it up to a mirror…and you’ll know exactly the truth.

Try it the next time you hear him speak something like, “I’ve instructed my justice department to get to the bottom of the AP scandal”…as they investigate themselves.

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