~ Mrs. AL
Good piece, Mrs. Al. While Assad is like Ahmadinejad was, I don’t believe he wants to destroy America like Iminajihad did. There is still something about this Syrian deal that stinks on ice. Like, WHY is the loony lib left FOR military action, when they were so VEHEMENTLY against with Bush?
Hypocrisy is what happens when your motives are not what you pretend them to be.
Indeed, there does seem to be something “off” about this whole thing. Some “libs” are for it just because the Resident wants it, imo. Ok, I am going to go out on a limb here and anyone is invited to correct me … Assad isn’t the problem, it is Iran-Russia. I perceive the reason to do anything in Syria is to get rid of as much as the gas as possible. From what I have read, this is nasty stuff. And it can get through customs (heard a commentator on Fox also say this).
It is very interesting, Mrs. AL. If nothing else it demonstrates the importance for a president to surround himself with people who understand the dynamic going on in the Middle East and how all of the players are involved. Instead we have Obama.
Not to be catty, but I will be, the Resident has surrounded himself with Jarret.
Our Community Organizer-in-chief has positioned himself (and the country) in a no-win situation. Simply because of his vanity and wanting to appear “tough,” he has arranged all of the dominos in such a way that (now) no matter what he does, they will fall the wrong way and the result will be bad for the United States. That’s what we get when we elect an empty suit, without a clue, affirmative action candidate to be our “leader.” We (as a voting body) asked for it, now we got it.
Can’t disagree with anything you have said, Garnet. Indeed, “elections have consequences.”
It has become obvious it takes a higher level of public intelligence for a republic form of government to florish.
Those folks have minds still in the 6th Century and cannot support our system of government.
Over the past 100 years our folks have been systematically dumbed down almost to the point where we cannot support our system of government. We need to forget about exporting our ideas to people unable to understand them. Instead we need to stay home and concentrate on reestablishing an education system where WE can again understand and support our disappearing form of constitutional government.
Yes siree, Buck! This Republic required that those supporting it via their voting were educated. And I don’t mean PHD’s, but educated none-the-less.
Take the time to check all those college grads who are whining about inability to secure a job.
What were their majors in college to qualify them for a job?
PolySci? Race Relations? Basket Weaving? Philosophy?
Surely anyone who goes to higher education and selects courses in math, science or physics, law or medicine could find employment.
I am about ready to declare Motorcycle Mechanics Institute higher education. If you have had your bike worked on in the past couple of years, you might, too.
Oh, honey, you can’t swing a dead cat without hitting hundreds of out of work lawyers.
Nan, I know your comment is meant for Buck but I wanted to welcome you to ‘Nox and Friends. Haven’t seen you here before.
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