LMAO The right-wing media and Rethugs are screaming and whining about President Obama giving George Dubya his props for the freaking SURGE!
What’s the matter; early withdrawl from these?
Here we are, since 11-4-08, and the babies are still crying over… I mean the election.
Gretchen Carlson couldn’t get a fresh diaper change from Press Secretary Gibbs, so she had to sit in her shit. Check out the exchange here:
And then there’s the Fox channel AKA Faux Noise
Hat tip SG2 *Tucker Carlson objects to President Obama’s family photos. 3Chics OBJECTS to this photo right here:
Carlson said, “Everything about it was small. The run up was small. His spokesman attacked President Bush for the ‘Mission Accomplished’ banner, as if that hasn’t been hashed over… The presentation itself, I objected to the pictures of his kids in the background. I felt it was taking advantage of them and their images.”
My, my, me thinks Tucker the little F#*cker is a bit envious. If it doesn’t fit, you must not be bitter. Check out the wingnuts heads exploding here.
John’s twin Brother; He’s definitely not a square.
No Siree! Orange Julius couldn’t wait for the POTUS to address the nation on Iraq. He had to stage a one man show in defense of the SURGE.. He’s coming for you Nancy P!
GOP claims Iraqi success came despite Obama
By Dana Bash, CNN Senior Congressional Correspondent
August 31, 2010 8:37 p.m. EDT
“One lawmaker rejected the idea that the surge would reduce violence in Iraq, saying — and again I’m quoting — ‘in fact, I think it will do the reverse.'” Read the rest of Ms. Bash’s hash here.
Ron Christie on Ed Shultz show-8-31-10
Ed Shultz: With us tonight, Karen Hunter, journalist and publisher and Ron Christie, republican strategist with us tonight. Ron, let`s start with the Iraq conversation, if we can. Do you think that President Obama should give President Bush some credit tonight when he announces where we`re going in Iraq, ending combat operations? Your thought on that, Ron?
RON CHRISTIE, REPUBLICAN STRATEGIST: I do. I think it`s not only President Bush. I think it`s the commanders that we had in the field and our joint military leadership, that we made a determination in 2007 that the war wasn`t going well, that we need to rethink and we need to reassess the strategy and that`s where the surge came in. I think it was very well executed by General Petraeus, so I think that there`s much to do about nothing here. I think one commander-in-chief recognizing that the actions of his predecessor have helped stabilize Iraq, what`s so wrong with that?
SCHULTZ: Well, there`s a lot wrong with it because we never should have been there. But that`s just my thinking.
CHRISTIE: We can relitigate why we were there or not. But again, I`m only acknowledging that he made a tactical decision along with Petraeus and I think that we should recognize that for being factual.
SCHULTZ: Well, I`m not so sure of that. There`s a lot of different ways that we could have fought that particular thing. To give credit to Bush for what, for gutting our infrastructure? Well, it`s either a right war or it`s a wrong war. It was a war of choice, it was not a war of necessity, so how can you give credit, Ron, to someone who makes a decision to go in on a grudge after lying to the country, outing CIA operatives, gutting our intelligence community, and fabricating the story in the lie to the American people? What the hell is Obama supposed to do, say thanks, President Bush?
CHRISTIE: Where do I start with you, Ed? Where do I start? Outing an operative, that`s a lie. We all knew that it was Richard Armitage who leaked the name. It wasn`t President Bush, it wasn`t Dick Cheney even though you want that to be true. Next you want to say.
SCHULTZ: OK, OK. So nobody knew who Valerie Plame was at the end of the day and nobody knew that her husband went over there and told the truth and ended up on the “New York Times.”
CHRISTIE: You guys — you guys can try this all you want.
SCHULTZ: What do you mean you guys? You got a guy that got convicted.
CHRISTIE: Oh no, actually. Read full excerpt here. And here’s to our #1 TOKEN:
Ron Christie, John Boehner, and the rest of the Republicans can take this, put a finger cot on it, and shove it: