Wednesday, October 26, 2011

President Suave and Nonchalant

President #Compromise told Jay Leno what he thought about the capture and killing of Muammar Qadafi: “he had an opportunity during the Arab Spring to finally let loose of his grip on power and peacefully transition to democracy. “We gave him ample opportunity, and he wouldn’t do it.” And “it sends a strong message around the world to dictators.” (Except the ones we support, of course.) And what is that message? My guess is that you can never know just when we'll turn on you. One day we're propping you up, playing along, the next, we're taking you out. You might want to see if you can acquire some nuclear weapons as a precaution.

Leno also asked him if he watched the GOP debates, and his smarmy reply was that he was waiting for everybody to be “voted off the island.” “Once they narrow it down to one or two, I’ll start paying attention.”

What a funny guy.

He’s not worried. He hasn’t even started paying attention.

Barack Obama’s aides and advisers are preparing to center the president’s reelection campaign on a ferocious personal assault on Mitt Romney’s character and business background, a strategy grounded in the early-stage expectation that the former Massachusetts governor is the likely GOP nominee.


....but hey, do what you will anyway.

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