July 02, 2009
The White House says it’s worried about Niger President Mamadou Tandja’s decision to dissolve his nation’s top court in an apparent effort to extend power.
White House spokesman Robert Gibbs said in a statement Wednesday that the United States is concerned about Tandja’s attempt to hold onto his office despite term limits. Gibbs says the actions undermine the African nation’s progress toward good governance.
"Good governance"? Yeah, good luck with that, pal, especially coming from a product of the ACORN/Chicago School of politics.
Anyway, I bet this Niger guy must not have paid enough in campaign contributions to Obama, so he has to go. I mean, two dictators (Iran and Honduras) were good enough for Obama to defend, so what did this guy do that was so wrong?
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