Sunday, February 22, 2015

It's not silly when Wolfie says it

The madcap conservative assault on President Obama is beginning look like a reunion of the crazy uncles in the attic.  From Rudy Giuliani to Paul Wolfowitz , the tarnished oldies  have returned to addle  the narrative still more.

 You' ve experienced the reports of the former New York City mayor who has reincarnated to the extent that even his old friends remorsefully remember the good old days when he was  called America's Mayor.  And now, of all people, George W. Bush's hawkish former deputy defense secretary,  Paul Wolfowitz,  turned up on CNN Sunday to reassure us that Bush's cause was right and Obama's is not.

Addressing Obama's view of  Muslims, Wolfie huffed:

"His word choice makes him look silly."

Let me tell you about silly word choices.  As a member of the Bush pack that steered the U.S.into the invasion of Iraq, Wolfie had this to say on March 27, 2003:

"There's a lot of money to pay for this...the oil revenue  of that country could bring between $50- and $100 billion  over the next two or three years...We're dealing with a country that can really finance its own reconstruction, and relatively soon."

But as Seinfeld's George Costanza has told us: "It's not a lie if you believe it."

1 comment:

Jerry said...

Today at 6:57 PM
Rudy and Wolfie were becoming irrelevant
has beens

In order to keep their Fox gigs, they became relevant again by their outrageous comments

Not to be out done, Scott Walker does not know if Obama is a Christian