"President Obama, facing the historic and precarious situation of 'Brexit,' inexcusably failed to advise our British cousins of the perils of leaving the European
Union. This lapse was but another demonstration of Obama's reluctance to lead — in fact, his utter leaderlessness.
"A strong, visionary president of superpower grit would have lectured the Brits like children, explaining that we love them, but also that they need to grow up. A U.S. president worthy of the title would have advised and pressured the Brits to vote 'No' on leaving the E.U. Yea, verily, a true superpower president would have led the free world in opposing Britain's impending act of stupidity.
"Yet, once again, President Obama sank into weakness, indecision, and disastrous silence — leading, as he would have it, from behind. He said nothing. He failed to act. And, wouldn't you know it, a calamitously successful Brexit was the result."
But of course President Obama did say something. Indeed he said plenty. He did advise, lecture, and lead. So what do we get from our conservative commentators? Self-satisfied babbling about how Obama's arrogant intervention into Britain's internal affairs "backfired."
Don't you just love 'em? They're so fucking predictable.
Note: The above, "quoted" text is a spoof.