Our president plans, finally, to address the nation on his actions, and inactions, regarding Moammar Khadafy, Libya, maybe the United Nations, maybe NATO, maybe Hillary, maybe the price of keffiyehs in Tripoli. 

Speech well-prepared, trusty teleprompters at the ready, President Barack Hussein Obama will take the Oval Office seat, long disinfected of Clinton droppings, and try to explain:  

   .  Why he abandoned America’s leadership role in the world by dithering as France, Italy, and England stepped to the Libyan forefront; 

.  Why he went off on a junket to Brazil and Central America when the country was on the cusp of a military excursion and allowed and is still allowing an appointed official, Secretary of State Clinton, to articulate our policy;

.  Why a president of the United States who had oft inveighed against previous chief executives not seeking and securing congressional approval for military interventions had committed American forces and endangered American lives without bothering to seek consent or even to advise Congress of his intentions;

.  Why he wavered and diddled over whether Khadafy should be removed from power, or killed, even as American Tomahawk missiles tore into the Libyan despot’s compund;

.  Why he felt it was paramount to subjugate any American interests in Libya’s conflict to the opinion of the United Nations while still proclaiming an urgency that prohibited time for congressional advice and consent;

.  Why he okayed support for Libyan rebels who are associated with and aided and abetted by elements of Alqaeda, those same maniacs who perpetrated the most horrific terrorist attack on our shores;

.  Why, when he did deign to comment on Libya, he indicated our involvement would be over in days not weeks and his Secretary of Defense is now saying that we have accomplished our goals but that U.S. military commitment could last until year’s end;

. Why America became involved in Lybia in the first place when Gates is also saying we had “no vital national interest” in Libyan affairs; and, most importantly of all, 

.  Why he thought he was qualified to become president of the United States and commander in chief of our armed forces. 

(Sources for all of the above may be found on http://drudgereport.com/ ) 

It was amusing when Prissy famously said in GWTW, ”I don’t know nothin’ ’bout birthin’ babies.”  It’s terrifying when an American president effectively says, ”I don’t know nothin’ ’bout what tha hell is goin’ on in the world.”  He also knows nothin’ ’bout being president.