The Problem With Electing A Sissy PresidentMarch 14th, 2009 at 10:21 am by Brian
My, how times have changed – No Obama bicycle helmet need apply
After you abandon our allies on missile defense, after you send Carrot Top to execute your foreign policy, after you want to engage “the moderate wing” of the Taliban, after you lick the boot heel of Bashir, after you seek to give Hamas a billion dollars, after you’ve capitulated on every conceivable front – they still want to expand by putting long range bomber bases 90 miles off of your coast.
Weakness invites aggression. Wash, rinse and doomed to repeat.
Apparently the locquacious commie-in-chief in Russia doesn’t take the weekend off to galavant around to Chicago bistros with his bitter half:
Zhikharev, who is the chief of staff of the Russian Air Force’s long-range aviation, said, “If the two chiefs of state display such a political will, we are ready to fly there.”
We’re going to be staring down the next Cuban Missile Crisis while Comrade Urkel blithely observes “unhelpful” provocateurs preparing for bombing runs 90 miles off our coast. Those bombers aren’t going to deliver humanitarian aid and they aren’t there to deter the looming Mexican invasion of Cuba.
It’s a threat that is going to go unanswered.
Keep it up, Pooty. We’ll have that radical, rightwing President with his finger back on the button soon enough.
Death to Venezuela! Death to Chavez! ’10 Rain Hot Death on Raul Castro.
Now there’s some election slogans I can get behind.
Back to the “wimp” thing. Politics as perception, etc., etc. Bush might have been rocking the “Gorton’s Fisherman” look but no matter what side of the boat you come down on – this is straight-up gay. All hands on the poop deck-type gay.
Putin’s in a judo outfit and catching salmon with his teeth next to a mountain stream while scolding a bear for standing too close and the Democrats give us Urkel on a bicycle and Kerry crawling around like the Neil Armstrong of test tube babies.
Symbolism matters. Urkel on a bike is going to equal an as yet undetermined number of dead soldiers one day.