This headline was too good not to post! The story is worth it, too:
Gerald Warner gets it.
Today the columnist for The Telegraph asks, “Is it just me?”
…No Gerald. Not everyone in America drank the Far Left Cut-n-Runner’s KoolAid… Or smoked his hopium.
From The Telegraph, via Free Republic:
President Barack Obama has recently completed the most successful foreign policy tour since Napoleon’s retreat from Moscow.
You name it, he blew it. What was his big deal economic programme that he was determined to drive through the G20 summit? Another massive stimulus package, globally funded and co-ordinated. Did he achieve it? Not so as you’d notice.
Barack is not the first New World ingenue to discover that European leaders will load him with praise, struggle sycophantically to be photographed with him and outdo him in Utopian rhetoric. But when it comes to the critical moment of opening their wallets – suddenly it is flag-day in Aberdeen. Okay, put the G20 down to inexperience, beginner’s nerves, what you will.
On to Nato and the next big objective: to persuade the same European evasion experts that America, Britain and Canada should no longer bear the brunt of the Afghan struggle virtually unassisted. The Old World sucked through its teeth, said that was asking a lot – but, seeing it was Barack, to whom they could refuse nothing, they would graciously accede to his wishes.
So The One retired triumphant, having secured a massive contribution of 5,000 extra troops – all of them non-combatant, of course – which must really have put the wind up the Taliban, at the prospect of 5,000 more infidel cooks and bottle-washers swarming into the less hazardous regions of Afghanistan.
Read the whole thing here.
Look for Jesse and Al Franken to scream racism over the surrender monkey headline.
Amen, amen, and amen! Though they still love him, the international press is still willing to write this sort of thing from time to time because they aren’t nearly as blindly-in-love with Obama as the American media is. Not that that’s difficult.
There’s my two cents.