The Great Divider Demands Your Assent (Even Though He Doesn’t Need It Anyway, So Nyah)September 1st, 2013 at 11:24 am by Brian
David Gregory appeared in full Indian headdress with his war paint on this morning to cast aside the peace pipe with a bloodthirsty, lazy-eyed John F’in Kerry over a little known continent known as Syria. How different is today’s Meet the Press from the one the late, great Tim Russert used to host? For one, there were no video clips from 2007 where John Kerry, in an effort to stick a finger in George W. Bush’s eye, laid down in bed with Assad in a matter traditionally frowned upon in the Bible.
In 2007, Nancy Pelosi, over strong objections from the State Department, visited Syria, and said, “The road to Damascus is a road to peace.” Senator John Kerry predicted that “Syria will change as it embraces a legitimate relationship with the United States.”
A WikiLeaks document revealed that Kerry told the emir of Qatar in November 2010 that Assad is a man who “wants to change” and that Israel should cede the Golan Heights to the Syrians “at some point.”
When is someone going to call this traitor on his bullshit? I guess that’s left to me. He was wrong then and he’s wrong now. I know we’ve always been at war with Oceania but my memory is not so short that I don’t remember The Logan Act defying Kerry draped all over Assad like one of his shiny suits calling him “a reformer” and demanding that we re-open our embassy because Unilateral Cowboy McBushitler or something. Not that the embassy closing had anything to do with Assad’s regime ordering the assassination of Lebanese Prime Minister Rafic Hariri in 2005 that facilitated their Cedar Revolution or Assad using Lebanon as a launching pad for attacks on Israel.
I still remember Hijab Nancy. The Whore of San Fransicko offering Damascus her ancient holes in exchange for a photo op to show the folks back home how Bush was isolating good, decent men like Bashar with his chimpy, simpleminded ways. She calls for war now as well with no so-called journalists drilling her like a Gulf Coast jackup rig for her past love affair with the terrorist state of Damascus.
Where are our brave, young liberals filling in the role of much needed cannon fodder at our nation’s recruiting stations? Who will be the first to die for Obama’s mistake of painting himself into the corner and rushing to war over something as petty as his monument-sized opinion of himself? I can think of several dozen off the top of my head – and that’s just locally.
I mean – don’t get me wrong. It’s not like I’ve never seen a hypocrite before. Just not so many in the same place at once.
Exit Note: Back to Meet The Press. I loved the pictures of gassed children on my television this morning. Class act that. Did Assad do it? Did al Qaeda in Syria in an attempt to goad us into action? Who cares because emotional manipulation! Those pictures were intentionally left out in the build up to Iraq and more kids are killed on a weekly basis in America’s many abortion clinics and those pics never see the light of day. If we’re really concerned about kids being killed in an inhumane fashion, we need surgical aistrikes on every Planned Parenthood office by tomorrow morning.
Bonus Bootlick / Turd Polishing / Peter Puffer Award: F. Chuck Todd’s “The Week That Was” segment focusing on Dear Leader’s courageous about face from War Any Minute to War One of These Days – Maybe Not Now But Soon! One day we’re gonna smack down some brown people and we’re all gung ho followed by pics of dead kids, chemical warfare and six destroyers already on the scene in the Mediterranean Sea. The next day it’s hurry up and wait. But then, a miracle! Obama changed his mind and sought Congress to share the blame after he couldn’t get one ally to sign on to his Chickenhawk misadventure because Smart Diplomacy. As Todd said of John Kerry’s eloquence to describe the Syrian situation – his “strong, passionate…Churchillian” orations successfully won everybody over to doing the opposite of his demands. What a week and we were all there to see history in the unmaking. ;P