Since it’s July and all, and poison poon Clinton is out, and by demand, I decided to update this some. The other version with the info with Hillary
Clinton in it is here. So let’s start out with Barack Obama. In his Blueprint for Change thing, he even has the same navy blue and white color combo
and font that a certain upscale clothes store uses on its bags and ads. So I’ll call him Brooks Brother. It’s pretty appropriate, don’t you
There’s not that much difference between my position and George Bush’s position at this stage. The difference, in my mind, is who’s in a
position to execute.” – As quoted in the July 27, 2004 Chicago Tribune on the Iraqi invasion
Well, let’s see how he holds up against the Bush litmus test.
Bush says: We must take the fight to the terrorists so that we can be safe at home.
No difference here, as this Washington Post article shows:
Romney says that “the jihadist threat is the defining challenge of our generation,” as real as the threat that was posed by Nazi Germany and
Stalin’s Soviet Union, and he promises an appropriately sized response. Obama, albeit using slightly different terms, agrees: “To defeat al Qaeda,
I will build a twenty-first-century military and twenty-first-century partnerships as strong as the anticommunist alliance that won the Cold War to
stay on the offense everywhere from Djibouti to Kandahar.
Stay on the offensive? With what money? People seem to have this idea that we have this unlimited cache of money, and we can wage as many wars against
as many countries as we want, without care of the consequences to our economy or for the regard of the innocent citizens of countries like Iraq, none
of whom asked to be precision bombed to pieces by the coalition forces. The more money the government prints out to fund wars, the less it is worth.
People are screaming with joy with the fact that the price of gold is soaring through the roof. It is doing so because it takes more dollars to buy
the same amount.
Obama has also declared that he would not hesitate to send US troops into Pakistan, to root out Al-Qaeda.
A little too long for this format. Link is here