In an article published this week on TruthOut.org, Cusack begged the question, “Is the President just another Ivy League a**hole shredding civil liberties and due process and sending people to die in some sh**hole for purely political reasons?”
Cusack attacked the POTUS for accepting the Nobel Peace Prize when he still didn’t “get the job done in Afghanistan,” as he promised he would in a speech at West Point in 2010.
“The Christian president with the Muslim-sounding name, would heed the admonitions of neither religion’s prophets about making war and do what no empire or leader, including Alexander the Great, could do: he would, he assured us ‘get the job done in Afghanistan,'” the actor wrote.
Cusack even went to town on the president’s catchphrase from his 2008 campaign.
“‘Change we can believe in’ is not using the other guys’ mob to clean up your own tracks while continuing to feed at the trough,” he wrote.
Cusack said he wrote the piece after Mitt Romney won the Republican nomination and “in light of the blizzard of bulls**t coming at us in the next few months I thought I would put it out now.”
The ‘High Fidelity’ star not only attacked Obama, but the Left for being too soft on the President.
“I thought we should examine ‘our guy’ on a few issues with a bit more scrutiny than we hear from the ‘progressive left’, which seems to be little or none at all,” Cusack wrote.