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Defending the Defendable

September 11th, 2013 - 3:16 pm

In an otherwise-negative piece, Ron Fournier did find three nice things to say about Professor Ditherton Wiggleroom’s Syria performance. Here’s one:

The man elected in part as repudiation of President George W. Bush’s narrow approach to decision-making never closed off his options. He is paying a price for waffling (more on that later), but the president deserves credit for rethinking his plan to wage war without congressional approval. For anybody unwilling to cut Obama some slack, ask yourself: What would Bush and Dick Cheney have done?

Gee… I dunno, Ron. Maybe BOOOOOSH and Cheney would have gone to the American people and successfully drummed up support, gone to Congress and won authorization, and put together a big international coalition?

You know, like they did twice in real life, Ron?

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Shown some f'iing ownership of the issue and done some leadership on it, that's what Bush and Cheney would have done.

And the Syrians would damn well know who it was that had lit 'em up too.
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It's Lecturer Ditherton Wiggleroom. He never got his promotion.
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Let's ask ourselves a better question: what would journ0lists like this boob do if Obama implemented exactly the same policy that Bush and Cheney were excoriated for during their time? I think we know the answer to that. Journ0lism is the new fellatio.
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"the president deserves credit for rethinking his plan to wage war" right at the point he was going to launch the missiles. Then he recalled how well it went the last time he waged war w/o congressional approval. That, coupled w/ the opinion polls re: a Syrian war, made the President think he oughtta have someone he can creditably blame this time.

FIFY, Ron.
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