Sunday, October 11, 2009

Go Away Already, St. John

McCain, from TPM:

"McCain...had some strong words about Afghanistan, saying that if President Obama doesn't take Gen. Stanley A. McChrystal's advice to send 40,000 more U.S. troops to Afghanistan, it would be "an error of historic proportions."

What, like the brilliant idea to take out troops out of Afghanistan to attack Saddam Hussein? Now, I wonder who was behind that 100%? Or believing that Iraq would be a cakewalk, with no sectarian strife afterwards?

Or an error of historic proportions like picking an ignorant, malicious demagogue to be one step away from the White House?

One thing for sure: there's no one around that's had more practice making errors of historic proportion than John McCain.

At least the American public didn't make one last November.

2 comments:

Cardinal44 said...

McCain has come to believe the lie that he actually is a war hero, and as such, a military expert. Maybe he's forgotten that his own father ordered the bombing of Hanoi when he was a prisoner in the Hanoi Hilton to put stop to his collaboration with the enemy. Too bad they missed.

Green Eagle said...

And maybe he's forgotten that he has been wrong- massively, stupefyingly, unbelievably wrong about everything.

I'm not sorry that he survived the Hanoi Hilton; I just regret that not one single person with a national voice dared to tell the truth about him, while they were all piling on the Muslim socialist Nazi Obama.