Friday, November 23, 2012
To Sen. McCain: Trust me, Hillary was actually in Cairo!
No, not the two figures in the photo, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Egyptian Prime Minister Mohamed Kamel.
The mindless one contnues to be John McCain, current embittered ranter-in-chief against President Obama.
While Clinton was tirelessly on board in Cairo working out a cease fire, McCain was of no mind to cease his own fire. He sneered that although the U.S. once had Secretaries of State Henry Kissinger or James Baker at the scene of a crises, Obama was merely in "Burma making phone calls", clear evidence, McCain huffed, of a weak foreign policy by the re-elected president even though the leaders of the combatants were praising Obama's efforts for a cease-fire.
It should be clear evidence by now that Kissinger and Baker were not the president of their times but held the same title as Hillary, who as we see in the photo was actually on the scene. McCain is so off the page that it's possible he may have forgotten Clinton's name.
A little history for this totally clueless loser to Obama in 2008:
After the elder Bush lost to Bill Clinton in 1992, they later teamed up to raise millions of dollars to aid impoverished Haitians.
Following his loss to George W. Bush in 2000, despite the fact that he received a half-million more popular votes, Al Gore devoted his life to environmental projects.
John Kerry, loser to Dubya in 2004, stayed in the Senate to work for his constituents in Massachusetts without raising hell about Dubya every other hour.
Ah, but John McCain, hopelessly in a snivel? Since his loss in 2008, he has pathetically devoted much of his time to trashing Obama. He's nowhere close to being the loyal opposition but rather a public figure who is so warped by hatred and despair that he needs a lot of help to get him through the day.
Among other things, McCain has pushed another's defined mid-life crises into his mid-70s.