We Shouldn’t Be Too Quick To Ascribe Incompetence To Obama’s ‘Apparent’ Bungling Of Syria
This post is part of a series of posts that illustrate the ‘Spirits and Types’ behind the agendas that drive our world. In this series, I will indirectly illustrate these ‘Spirits and Types’ by showing how they manifest themselves into political agendas. This will be done by highlighting specific figures from our modern world and drawing the connections between their ideology and the historic roots behind their ideas. In this manner, it is hoped that the history of these original ideas will be sufficiently self-evident to allow the reader to draw the proper conclusions about their modern manifestations and the people pushing them. If you are on the side of truth, once you learn the connections, you will see the agenda for what it really is. Now, let me explain why I think we shouldn’t be too quick to ascribe incompetence to Obama’s handling of Syria.
First, we start with the Limbaugh Theorem:
“Obama has positioned himself as an outsider…That’s one of the reasons why the constant campaign,” he said. “So he doesn’t appear to be governing, so he doesn’t appear to be part of Washington. So he appears to have this mysterious, powerful bunch of forces that are opposing him and stopping him from creating jobs and stopping him from giving people proper health care…but he is constantly out there fighting.”
Now, this is an area where I happen to agree with Limbaugh: