Tuesday, October 28, 2008

France: Unilateral US Actions would be Problematic

Of course, this s a line we've all heard before, and coming from the so-called "Cheese-eating surrender monkeys", what do you expect?

Except that this time, it's the French president criticizing a potential willingness of an Obama administration to break ranks with the Europeans and go soft on Iran.

And it gets better! According to the Haaretz sources
Sarkozy has made his criticisms only in closed forums in France. But according to a senior Israeli government source, the reports reaching Israel indicate that Sarkozy views the Democratic candidate's stance on Iran as "utterly immature" and comprised of "formulations empty of all content."
Is it conceivable that two years of elementary school in Indonesia were not enough to teach Obama about international relations? Look's like we'll be finding out pretty soon.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...


WHEW! There's a land barrier between Israel and Iran! Mountainous terrain, too. Not something that can threaten you "officially." As Israel was almost just threated by a dirty bomb.

If it wasn't for those Somali pirates!

Besides, Iranians, for the most part, have their own problems. They're not arabs. And, they've also got Kurdish stock. You think they're without threats over there?

Yes, Syria is a problem. But of what sort? If the Saud's didn't want Irak. And, Dubya didn't want to "take revenge" on Saddam ... could a better plan have been developed?

People laugh at Biden. But Biden's on record of saying Irak's not a total whole. It's in 3 parts. So? Take a box of crayons. And, draw some lines.

Will the arabs fight among each other? Well? Didn't the AMerican Indians? Of course, it's so much easier to blame the White Folk. Dunno why. Except that myth usually outweighs truth. And, seems like such a "complete story" why not just believe it?

Story. That's a good word. You can use it to explain fiction.

YOu know, I really don't care what the french think!

And, yes. I think Obama wins. And, I think he'll do his best to "control the democratic party" from the center.

As to the words used to describe him as "Hussein" ... or a muslim. Or someone not born in the USA. And, even when he's called a "socialist." It's just the appearance of bigotry.

New names for old crap.

While the world's economy is going to hell in a handbasket. (On the other hand? The Saud's may be stuck, now, bailing out an empty hole.)

You mean you didn't know the gambles taken with money? Stay tuned.