March 31, 2011, - 10:26 pm

FUNNY Video: Obama’s Twin Foreign Policy Advisers Tell Us Why Libya

By Debbie Schlussel

The whole world loves this video of twin baby boys “communicating,” which has gone viral and been watched multi-millions of times.  Personally, I think it sounds like Obama and his advisers deciding why we should attack Libya (or maybe it’s them debating whether to spend our resources boosting the Muslim Brotherhood or Al-Qaeda), and I can understand it about as much.  I personally like Jimmy Kimmel’s translation, which follows the original below. Watch the video . . .



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4 Responses

I still haven’t heard one rational explanation for our intervention in Libya. At least one makes makes sense. We went into Iraq to stop that country from acquiring WMD. Toppling Saddam was simply a side benefit.

Who is running our military operations in Libya? No one is in charge! Its a mess… almost as yawnworthy as two babies having a conversation.

There are no adults in charge of our foreign policy in Washington.

NormanF on March 31, 2011 at 10:50 pm

I have a question that may sound obtuse, but it keeps coming back to me.

If Samantha Power is so passionate about Genocide, why the hell is she so anti-Israel when that is the Moooooslim/Palestinians goal for all Jews? One would think because she is so passionate about genocide, that the Jews would have her greatest sympathy.

And being a Liberal, I assume she admires Mao (who murdered millions) and Che Guevara.

And isn’t her new hubby Jewish?

Skunky on March 31, 2011 at 11:51 pm

Obama and his advisors (sic) are worse. At least the babies aren’t saying anything wrong. Their babblings are neutral.

Little Al on April 1, 2011 at 7:13 am

These twins probably solve the world’s top ten problems and yet no one is able to understand them. Unlike these twins, we understand the Obama administration’s babblings and know that they and their ideas are the root cause for the top ten problems in this country and world.

Pats on April 1, 2011 at 8:33 am

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