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Worst Case Scenario? - the Worst is Yet to Appear..........

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in response to reader comment: Tovey - many valid arguments - by now we seem to move towards the worst case scenario

Submitted by M. Tovey (United States), Apr 7, 2011 at 19:08

Your observations of the American Administrative Executive, Mr. Obama, provide a clue that, if followed to its logical conclusion, would demonstrate an unstated objective of the man in the Oval Office. Recapping a couple of your notes (in parphrase):

Mr. Obama appearing reluctant to engage in Libya: why?

Mr. Obama appearing to initiate enforcement efforts in a seemingly defensive gesture towards the 'rebel' forces though with reservations: why?

Mr. Obama appearing to ingratiate a political situation with the Arab League, and not with the non-Arabic African Union: why?

Mr. Obama apparently involving covert activity before engaging in outright engagements, but with reservations clearly being displayed from the beginning: why?

And on, and on, and on…..to arrive at one inevitable conclusion and several subliminal observations, we note the following.

It is all political. But, it is not politically advantageous for America to follow this course, yet expedient only for the American Administrative Executive. There's more, but we'll leave it here for now.

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