CHICAGO -- (TYDN) Materializing are Republican fears espoused during the presidential campaign that a President Barack Obama would be weak on terrorism, according to an analysis by TheYellowDailyNews.
Instead, his 20-minute oration focused solely on an economy reeling by a record number of house foreclosures, bank closures, growing unemployment, a crashing stock market and shrinking domestic output, TheYellowDailyNews has learned.
Republican strategists and revisionist historians quickly seized on what they said were Obama's misguided priorities, including his failure to announce a re-invasion of Iraq contingency plan.
Karl Rove, a Republican strategist and architect of Bush's two presidential victories, decried the statements by Obama, who takes office Jan. 20. "That Obama didn't say he wanted to bomb Iran, North Korea, and Russia shows weakness," Rove said in an exclusive interview with TheYellowDailyNews. "And that he did not want to re-invade Iraq opens the door for another September 11."
Revisionist historian Harry Jeffers faulted Obama for not proposing converting the Big 3 automakers, which are nearing extinction, into tank, missile and other weapons-making businesses to prepare for an Iraqi re-invasion.
"That Obama did not say he wanted to suspend the Constitution's Fourth Amendment guarantee against unreasonable searches, as Bush did, underscores just how liberal and dangerous Obama is. He never even mentioned Osama bin Laden during that speech, either," Cal State Fullerton revisionist historian Harry Jeffers said in an exclusive interview with TheYellowDailyNews.
Obama's press conference came after he and Vice President-elect Joe Biden met privately with economic advisers to discuss ways to stabilize the economy.
Republican Sen. John McCain, who lost to Obama on Tuesday, said Obama's press conference amounted to "an open invitation for terrorists to waltz in here and bomb us and redistribute our wealth. We need to attack or be attacked."
McCain is urging Americans "to stockpile duct tape."
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