Click this link for the picture to the left just to view the body language being displayed and let me know which ones are "on board" with the Truth here. It is "Rather" astonishing.
Seoul (AP) – President Obama described North Korea’s attack Tuesday against a small South Korean island as “provocative incident”.
“This is a — just one more provocative incident in a series that we’ve seen over the last several months,” President Obama said in an interview with ABC News, adding, “We strongly condemn the attack, and we are rallying the international community to put pressure on North Korea.”
He wouldn’t comment on the likelihood of military action, but called it “a serious and ongoing threat that needs to be dealt with.”
South Korea’s president called for “enormous retaliation” in the wake of the clash. Meanwhile Obama pushed for “peace and stability” in the region.
The attack on the island of Yeonpyeong was the latest in a series of provocations from the Communist country. South Korean officials said the North launched the attack after warning the country to halt military drills in the area.
A senior U.S. military official told Fox News the attack was nevertheless “unprovoked.” The official said the first shots came from the North Korean side at around 2 p.m. local time — this prompted an exchange of roughly 200 artillery rounds between the two sides that lasted until around 3:30 p.m.
“We will stand by South Korea and are firmly committed to defending our ally,” House Republican Leader John Boehner said in a written statement.
On Monday, State Department spokesman P.J. Crowley told reporters the administration is studying the evidence a group of visiting American scientists used to conclude the North was building the enrichment facility, which presumably could be used to produce fuel for nuclear weapons.
WASHINGTON -- President Barack Obama on Tuesday pledged the United States would stand "shoulder to shoulder" with South Korea after what the White House branded a provocative, outrageous attack by North Korea on its neighbor. Its options limited, the U.S. sought a diplomatic rather a military response to one of the most ominous clashes between the Koreas in decades. [...]
Options limited? Limited? Obama is NOT a Ronald Reagan - FYI. A diplomatic response? Isn't that a WIMPLOMAT response? Yes? No?
[...] The USS George Washington carrier strike group will join South Korean naval forces in the waters west of the Korean peninsula Nov. 28-Dec. 1 to conduct air defense and surface warfare readiness training that had been planned well before Tuesday's attack, the White House said.
Obama assured Lee that "the United States stands shoulder to shoulder with our close friend and ally, the Republic of Korea," the White House statement said. [...]
Isn't this "one of those moments"? Well?
Isn't this "one of those moments" and all Obama can do is demand an apology? AN APOLOGY?
Rallying the community? For pressure?
Obama. A useless Soros sycophant.
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