Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Bomb, bomb, bomb Iran.

George Bush took the war on terra to Iraq without knowing the difference between Sunni and Shia muslims, or much about Kurds in the north for that matter.

How'd that go?

Well enough, according to John McCain that we should extend our know-nothing foreign policy into Iran. McCain doesn't know how the Iranian government is structured, doesn't know who is in charge of what, doesn't know which brand of muslims are in the majority and doesn't know what their affiliations are. Yet he takes Obama to task for saying he would talk to Iran before going all shock and awe on them. Bomb first, ask questions later. In fact, he thinks Iran is as great a threat to us today as the Soviet Union was to us throughout the cold war.

Bomb first, ask questions later. (On the upside there would be no "Cuban Missile Crisis". We'd just bomb, bomb, bomb.)

And McCain's strong point is foreign policy because he doesn't know much about economics?

8 comments:

CDP said...

I'm convinced that every time Lieberman whispers in McCain's ear, he's reminding him, AGAIN, what the difference is between Sunni and Shia

Dr. Zaius said...

I don't think that McCain has a strong point, except perhaps the one on the top of his head.

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dguzman said...

It's frightening how few people care how stupid and uneducated our president is. You'd think Chimpy would be a potent cautionary tale against electing a moron, yet here were are with a guy whose only differences from Chimpy are that he actually served in Vietnam and that he doesn't affect a Take-suz accent.

Randal Graves said...

My friends, McCain can speak in complete sentences, as well. Credit where credit is due.

FranIAm said...

I have two words for this-
cluster f*ck!

Dean Wormer said...

These guys are absolutely clueless when it comes to foreign policy.

Distributorcap said...

can i correct you

you said mccain's "strong" point is foreign policy

LOL

i think his strong point is pandering