Monday, October 5, 2015

He Kept us Out of War

President Barack Obama, for his many flaws, has actually not been all bad. And as much as he will eventually have to answer for, his unwillingness to commit to a ground war has, without a doubt, saved innumerable American lives. The sad fact is, no matter how bad the past eight years have been, they could have been worse.

Now President Obama certainly suffers from no fewer delusions than the rest of his set:
"Iran and Assad make up Mr. Putin’s coalition at the moment. The rest of the world makes up ours"
Nonetheless, delusions like these, almost universally held by the chattering classes, become somewhat more forgivable in the face of this admission:

"This is not some superpower chessboard contest."
It is this quote that sums up the great silver lining of the Obama administration. Possibly from some remaining bit of conscience, possibly from the memory of how hated his predecessor was because of his wars, or even possibly from a simple unwillingness to pull the trigger, President Barack Hussein Obama has kept us out of war.

And yes, the last eight years have seen an unprecedented amount of moral decay, feminist lunacy, Black beligerancy, and Aztec Reconquista. All this is true. But Obama, for all of his disdain for Whites and Christians, still has maintained some level of humanity, a tiny shred of humility that is absent in many of his peers. In our excitement that his reign is drawing to a close, let us still be careful that we don't do still worse in replacing him. 

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