Friday, March 25, 2016

Thinks That The Man In The High Castle Is A Documentary

Running a close second in the category of dumb remarks by world leaders responding to the March 22 Brussels terror attacks is perennial dumb commentator, Barack Obama --

"We defeat them in part by saying you are not strong, you are weak."

Take that! you evildoers!

During his half-hour harangue appeasing the communist thugs running Cuba's totalitarian regime, Obama reluctantly spent 51 seconds responding to the Brussels terror attack. His cliché-ridden remarks included this line -
"The thoughts and the prayers of the American people are with the people of Belgium."

Remember back to the San Bernadino terror attack in December and the NY Daily News' outrage when Republican spokesmen offered their "thoughts and prayers"?
No such moral outrage was forthcoming from the Daily News after Obama offered his "thoughts and prayers" following the Brussels attack. Apparently, invoking God is inappropriate when Islamists murder with guns but it's perfectly OK when they use bombs.

Vulgar, Stupid, Ignorant, Evil -- Trump touches all the bases.

Ian Tuttle (NRO) expresses proper revulsion at the latest example of Trump's depravity.

Providing welcome comedy relief to our latest run of national and global bad news is James Lileks' column in the March 28 issue of National Review. Lileks asks, why would a terrific, tremendous, beautiful multi-billionaire real estate titan stoop so low as to lend his name to a vitamin supplement hawking scheme? Very, very, VERY funny. (Sorry, it'll cost you a quarter without an NR subscription).

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