Friday, October 5, 2012

Prep for the Foreign Policy Debate

The next debate between Romney and Obama will be on the subject of foreign policy.  Here is a good place to start explaining things to the American people, Mr. President.

"Just a bump in the road."

When Obama was trying desperately to show his chops for taking out bin Laden by his ownself with a knife held between his teeth, wearing camouflage gear with leaves in his helmet, it was a pretty big deal.  As I remember. 

But have four US embassy personnel, including a US Ambassador, murdered and dragged through the streets and it's a "bump in the road."

I can't wait for Obama's presidency to be remembered as a "bump in the road" for this nation. A "bump in the road" to rediscovering our greatness.

Thanks, Mr. President. But we'll take it from here.

Sometimes, you just have to let someone go.

Bye. Bye.  Don't let the screen door hit you on the way out.


  1. I don't know what questions will be asked, but Romney has met with foreign leaders in the last six months, knows exactly what's on their mind and Obama can only hope Hillary hasn't been feeding him bullshit.

    I'm betting Obama will, again, look woefully unprepared and uncomfortable. Facts will be distorted and his arrogance of avoiding dealing with the rest of the world will haunt him during the debate.

    1. Obama has spent the last four years watching basketball, avoiding meetings, letting Valerie Jarrett make all his decisions, and playing golf.

      Not the BEST way to prepare for the presidency, which he seems to be just now trying to do.

      The debate with Romney was like he was running for the first time - AGAINST himself. He kept talking about what he was GOING to do. Then why didn't you do it, champ? We've all been waiting.

      He even tried to convince us he would do what CLINTON did.


    2. "He kept talking about what he was GOING to do."

      THAT is the part that hits me the hardest in re-election campaigns. Nobody ever really process that little piece of sunshine and the media never asks that question: Why isn't it already in the works?

  2. Obama (the smartest President ever) isn't quite smart enough to do a little research, realize Clinton could fall in a pile of shit and come out smelling like a rose, and managed to have his Presidency end when the economy was reacting to the dotcom bust.

    1. Besides, I remember Clinton didn't do shit and everyone HATED Hillary. The whole country was worried that she was really running things and that they would socialize medicine. Remember Hillarycare?

      And we voted in a Republican Congress and stopped him. Clinton was smart enough to be stopped. He saved his "legacy" that way. Now everyone remembers HIM as being the great president, instead of the a Republican Congress which drove him back to center.

  3. Personally, I feel that many of the Republican establishment didn't like the fact that Newt Gingrich was assuming a lot of power, so they were part of the witch hunt to remove him as Speaker. With Newt out of the way, the "under the table" politics could resume at the expense of the taxpayer.

    1. I think you're right. You can't fight "city hall". And that goes double for the Feds.

      There is too much power and no one person will EVER be allowed to change things.