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  • plmartin2012 plmartin2012 Feb 27, 2013 3:07 PM Flag

    Bob Woodward Finally Transistions to Adulthood

     

    Most people grow out of the foolish childishness of liberalism by around 30 years old, as they mature with the spirituality and experience of getting out into the real world. You took a little longer Bob, but welcome. Welcome to the arena of grown-ups at 69 years old.

    Washington Post Associate Editor Bob Woodward crucified Obama on MSNBC this morning for his decision to up the ante on his political economic gamesmanship by recalling an aircraft carrier from the Persian Gulf because of so-called impending budget cuts, calling Obama's actions "madness."

    "Can you imagine Ronald Reagan sitting there and saying ‘Oh, by the way, I can’t do this because of some budget document?’ Or George W. Bush saying, ‘You know, I’m not going to invade Iraq because I can’t get the aircraft carriers I need’ or even Bill Clinton saying, ‘You know, I’m not going to attack Saddam Hussein’s intelligence headquarters,’ as he did when Clinton was president because of some budget document? Under the Constitution, the president is commander-in-chief and employs the force. And so we now have the president going out because of this piece of paper and this agreement, I can’t do what I need to do to protect the country. That’s a kind of madness that I haven’t seen in a long time."

    Well Bob, let's hope it will be a long time once again, after we can finally get this charlatan out of our White House.

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