Thursday, December 10

'simpleminded'

Former UN Ambassador and all-around-smart-guy John Bolton, on Obama's Nobel acceptance speech:
“He played to the crowd and filled the speech with clichés from the American and international left by saying ‘America cannot act alone’ and that he ‘prohibited torture.’ The speech was also typical of Obama in its self-centeredness and ‘something for everybody’ approach.”

“It was so diffuse that though I wouldn’t call it incoherent, it was getting close,” says Bolton. “It was a lot about him, again, especially with his comments about being at the ‘beginning, not end’ of his labors for the world.”

Obama made some “breathtakingly simpleminded statements in his section on humanity’s history of war and the ‘hard truth’ that war will not end in our lifetimes,” adds Bolton. “No kidding. I don’t know what that is supposed to prove.”
Bill Clinton was an arrogant bastard, but he's got nothing on Obama. No wonder 44% of Americans want President Bush back.

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