He says something patently stupid like "You didn't build that" or, "I didn't draw the red line..."
Then the 'bots dutifully wrap the statement in paragraphs of fluent, albeit vacuous verbosity so the minions will focus on that rather than what it's hiding and so they can call all of us stupid for not getting the message, for taking him "out of context" etc etc. etc.
But in the end, when you unwrap the layers of obfuscation all you have is a petty little man who cannot own up to his own mistakes.
Who chimes "No Absolutes!" chimes absolutely.
A Canadian conservative is one who believes in limited government and that the government should stay out of our wallets and out of our bedrooms.
U.S. intelligence committees say they're not properly consulted on Syria
U.S. congressional intelligence committee leaders believe the Obama administration has not properly consulted them as the president engages in final deliberations for possible military action in Syria, according to congressional officials.
One of the officials said the administration's discussions with critical lawmakers, including Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Dianne Feinstein and her House counterpart, Mike Rogers, had been limited to "very brief status updates."
Another official said such talks had largely taken place over unclassified non-secure phone lines, making it difficult to discuss sensitive intelligence findings or details of the administration's plans for a possible U.S. military response.
But the administration as of midday on Wednesday had yet to share a U.S. intelligence report that may directly link the Assad government to last week's attack. A senior administration official said on Wednesday a formal assessment was expected this week and a classified version would be shared with Congress.
Jim Inhofe, the top Republican on the Senate Armed Services Committee, issued a statement on Wednesday raising questions about how the United States would pay for any intervention.
"Today I told the Administration that I cannot support military action in Syria unless the President presents to Congress his broader strategy in the region that addresses our national security interests and the budget to support it," Inhofe said.
"I'm not sure how we look at the conduct of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and believe that we're going to be successful at pulling the strings of Syrian politics through military intervention," Democratic Senator Christopher Murphy told Reuters in a telephone interview on Wednesday.....snip~
U.S. intelligence committees say they're not properly consulted on Syria | Reuters