Your “Well, Duh!” Moment For The Day

Senator John McCain on the US’ role in the world:

“Our great power does not mean we can do whatever we want whenever we want, nor should we assume we have all the wisdom and knowledge necessary to succeed.  We need to listen to the views and respect the collective will of our democratic allies.”

We have allies?  I mean besides Britain and Australia?  (Oh, wait.  The Aussies did to John Howard what we haven’t been able to do to Bush.  [Thanks, John Kerry.  Now go play in the ketchup with Teresa.])

I’m waiting for Hillary to say the tax cuts will expire because “We’re in debt, stupid!” or Barack Obama to mention that we have this marvelous, dusty old document called “The Constitution” that he’s going to use to guide his presidency.

Remember when the worst thing the president did in office was get a hummer in the Oval Office?

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3 thoughts on “Your “Well, Duh!” Moment For The Day

  1. we have lots of allies. because we have an empire

    friends and allies are different. allies are bound by treaties and law.
    they wil drag us into war that is not in our national interest

    that’s why it is said america should be “friends with all, allies with none.”

    but don’t expect our fearless leaders to do whats best for the nation.

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