April 26, 2015
Train Wreckers

Here’s George W. Bush, our first frat boy president, speaking to the board of directors of American foreign policy:

Several attendees sensed a tacit critique of Mr. Obama and his failure to follow through on his threats to use force when Mr. Bush said “you gotta mean it” when talking tough, and that America’s allies and enemies needed to know where an American leader stood. He said also discussed his own approach in Iraq, saying he changed course when it was warranted.

“You call in the military and say, ‘Here’s my goal. What’s your plan to help me achieve that goal?'” he said, according to attendees. He said that when asked what had to be done with terrorists bent on America’s destruction, the answer was “well, you kill em,” several attendees recalled.

Bush, like our first half-white president, fails utterly to grasp what should be the cardinal principle of all public policy, foreign and domestic: If you’re on the wrong train, all the stops are wrong.



Posted by Jerome Doolittle at April 26, 2015 01:48 PM
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I think the time might be ready to market that zoo book.

Posted by: BP on April 27, 2015 3:20 PM

The king seems to have found his jester: http://badattitudes.com/MT/archives/2005/09/the_idiot_king.html

Posted by: Buck on April 27, 2015 3:32 PM
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