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Jay Carney: The American people appreciate the indecisiveness on Syria

By Doug Powers  •  September 13, 2013 10:50 PM

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The quote of the week has to go to Jay Carney, who said this at Thursday’s presser:

President Barack Obama’s Syria strategy may not have been particularly decisive, but that’s not a bad thing, according to the White House.

White House Press Secretary Jay Carney defended his boss Thursday after a blistering few weeks of criticism in Congress and elsewhere over his handling of the Syria crisis.

Carney said the American people “appreciate a president who doesn’t celebrate decisiveness for decisiveness’ sake.” He also said Americans like that Obama is open to “new information” and adjusts his course accordingly.

So the “red line” was just to mark a point where re-evaluation would take place? That sounds about right.

Video on the Indecise-o-Tron via Mediaite:


Just for kicks, here’s a headline about Joe Biden’s speech at the Dem convention just over a year ago:


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