After arriving obnoxiously late to deliver his speech, President “Army of One” addressed the nation on his plan to take military action in Syria. He said he will seek congressional approval, but no rush, you guys.
Obama says he will seek Congressional authorization to take military action in Syria. They don't get back 'til Sept 9. #GreatNowBackToGolf
— Monica Crowley (@MonicaCrowley) August 31, 2013
This Syria stuff? Just like showing up for his speech: “Not time sensitive.”
Obama: Capacity to execute mission is "not time sensitive." #Syria
— Luke Russert (@LukeRussert) August 31, 2013
“His military” is ready whenever and a strike will be just as effective a few weeks from now. It’s all good.
Not time sensitive says Obama. Could happen tomorrow, next week, next month?
— Alana Goodman (@alanagoodman) August 31, 2013
It’s a holiday weekend. So what difference does it make?
Obama saying US prepared to strike, but not time sensitive pic.twitter.com/3ZaPsnC5HT
— Mercedes Stephenson (@MercedesGlobal) August 31, 2013
The Obama doctrine: Timing isn’t everything.
“We are prepared to strike whenever we choose” — POTUS
— ?? (@ShannonPoe) August 31, 2013
"Not time-sensitive." Hahahahhahahahahahahahaahahhaahahhaahah. Bad game theory.
— Rick Wilson (@TheRickWilson) August 31, 2013
After all, it's not time sensitive RT @mattklewis: Congress is set to come back Sep. 9?
— Dina Fraioli (@DinaFraioli) August 31, 2013
Obama: "this menace must be confronted," "we are prepared to strike…it is not time sensitive"
— Andrea Kelly (@andreackelly) August 31, 2013
Obama suggests that a strike "is not time sensitive" except for those dying in Syria from chemical attacks…
— Phoebe (@pmkell) August 31, 2013
Military intervention anncd by Obama on Syria but is not "time sensitive" #Benghazi remember?
— RobinTSmith (@robints) August 31, 2013
Sounds “clear and decisive.”
Syrian opposition already expressing criticism over Obama's decision to not strike #Syrian regime immediately
— Ayman Mohyeldin (@AymanM) August 31, 2013