Simply the Worst
by some dirty-legged slut
Rumsfeld is starting to make
(Vietnam architect) Robert McNamara look good.
At least McNamara felt sorry at the end for all those lives and limbs
of his colossal misjudgments and cretinous refusal to admit mistakes.
“We do not have the God-given right to shape every nation in our image
as we choose,” a penitent McNamara said.
By contrast, when Diane Sawyer asked Rumsfeld if he ever revisited
that cost lives, he blandly replied, “Well, you know, in a war, many
things cost lives.”
Rummy had a front-row seat to the
ego-driven bungling on Vietnam. But unlike
McNamara, who said that the U.S. repeated Vietnam’s moral, political,
and cultural mistakes in Iraq, Rumsfeld is still blinded by ego.
Rumsfeld stopped by CPAC Thursday, where he got the group’s annual
“Defender of the Constitution” award. Only another person with such an
on the phrase “Defender of the Constitution” could present the award,
so Dick Cheney popped by to give it to his old pal.
Cheney’s entrance music was Tina Turner’s “Simply the Best.”
When supporters of Ron and Rand Paul heckled the crusty pair - yelling
at Cheney, “Where’s bin Laden?” at Rumsfeld, and “war criminal” at both
blithely ordered them to “Sit down and shut up.”
Rummy was still full of vinegar as he taunted Obama for the
"Looking at the administration’s
many reversals of their announced policies on national
security issues - Gitmo,
military commissions, indefinite detention, CIA drone strikes,
it makes me wonder if Dick has
had more influence on Obama than the (Democrats.)
Ain't it a sad state of affairs when bloody-hands Rumsfeld
can stand there
and tell the truth about our Democratic president and make us feel
Don't we at least deserve an explanation from Obama?
But, as long as he's 20 points ahead of any GOP challeneger,
Obama is free to tell us to GFY.
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