posted on Sep, 8 2013 @ 05:19 PM
reply to post by xuenchen
It'll be a bunch of BS as usual. Since most people do not support the use of force, I am curious the types of questions that will be asked by the
various stations (especially MSNBC, which I used to love, now hate). Sure Fox will give him some fast balls, but he'll just talk around them. Just
like politicians do.
But what I really want to see (but probably won't watch) is the PBS one. I like PBS. They're generally no BS, no nonsense when it comes to things, but
I am almost certain Obama will pull the usual politician's no answer, round-about, indirect-nonanswers to whatever is asked.
Will the questions be pre-approved? Hmm, I'm sure they'll have to submit a list but i doubt they'll be "pre-approved" per se. He'll be able to BS
whatever is thrown with the usual politician's answer, even in the face of a direct question.
"But do you have proof Assad ordered it?"
(Obama voice) "Look, we know Assad is a dictator...who has...uh, has killed his own people. We know...uh, he...has WMDs. The videos coming out of
Syria...show the people he's gassed. We know that. The evidence is there. Now, we cant just sit by.." Blah blah
It's a big circus. If you've seen ANY speech on ANY serious, you can predict this one.
Great speaker or not, a lot of BS will be regurgitated.
edit on 8-9-2013 by Liquesence because: (no reason given)