Saturday, March 19, 2011

The Last Word in Inanity

Richard Wolfe was on The Last Word last night and was talking mouthing inanities about Obama's decisions regarding Libya.

"Here is a president who wants to split the difference." He said. "He's not actually engaged in a third war. He's chosen something in between inaction and intervention, which is very characteristic for him."

That may well be the stupidest thing I have ever heard a political pundit say. It may be the stupidest thing I have ever heard anyone say. Obama didn't like going to war, and he didn't like not going to war, so he chose something that was halfway between war and not war. He engaged us in half-war. That was a half-assed statement spoken by a half-wit.

Wolfe went on to say of Obama that, "He's obviously avoiding the pitfalls of America taking the leadership role," which may be true but is hardly anything the we would want to be said in public about our nation's president. At least not on a network that pretends to be politically liberal.

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