Friday, October 02, 2009

What an embarrassment for him

Chicago has been bounced from contention as the site for the 2016 Olympics on the first vote, despite the Messiah traveling to Copenhagen to shill for his adopted hometown in person. He's apparently lost whatever international influence he was once perceived to possess.

Good. Since that subject has been decided, maybe now our Commander-in-Chief can get back to dithering over whether to send the additional troops to Afghanistan that Gen. Stanley McChrystal, Obama's handpicked leader over there, has been absolutely begging for. Don't hold your breath, however. The President has announced that he's going to "take several weeks to review U.S. strategy on Afghanistan and Pakistan", even as our soldiers are experiencing large numbers of casualties while desperately fighting the Taliban under the Messiah's hamstringing new rules of engagement for that theater.

No hurry, sir. Take your time. Maybe there's some other shindig you'd like to go sweet-talk before getting around to deciding whether to reinforce our troops.


Bike Bubba said...

How could that have happened? Graceland and Burr Oak turned out 100% in favor of a Chicago Olympics!

Anonymous said...

I agree with you on a lot:
- Gun rights
- Your Jack-Booted Thugs reports
and many other things.

I can understand your disagreement with the President on many things.

But your continual repetion of "Messiah" is getting old, tiresome, and offensive. None of his supporters have ever called him that, only tired, intellectually-challenged losers have called him that. It isn't fitting, and you should know that.

Furthermore, he isn't a Communist, a Socialist, or evil, unless Bush was a Fascist, the Antichrist, or evil.

Bitterly Clinging said...

Yup. That's how I feel. That's what you get when you elect a rock star as president. Too bad that the good conservatives of the military have to pay the ultimate price while the nihilistic liberals get to sit back and enjoy the freedom.

Bike Bubba said...

Anon, Dear Leader IS a socialist. Just look at his initiatives to run the car industry (into the ground) and the medical industry (into the ground). Socialism is government control of the means of production, and that's about 20-30% that he wanted right there.

I personally don't like calling him "Messiah," though, as I've got a very real one, and I don't think it honors Him to associate him with a socialist thug from Chicago.

Now calling that Chicagoan "Dear Leader" after Kim Jong that works!