In his address to the UN General Assembly today, Il Duce revealed his latest excuse for the Iraqi débâcle.
I don’t see any reason to cover most of the rhetoric, which is predictable, but as an aside he does make the claim that the new presidents of Iraq and Afghanistan have given voice to “more than 50 million people”.
Sure. Less about 200 per day.
Here’s the clincher in his speech.
Some have argued that the democratic changes we’re seeing in the Middle East are destabilizing the region. This argument rests on a false assumption: that the Middle East was stable to begin with.
Smell that? It’s the aroma of fresh Talking Point.
Here’s the unlie. The ME was unstable, sure — but it’s much more unstable now than it had been, and there were less disruptive ways we could have made a difference there than mavericking about the countryside, spitting on the very organization Il Duce addressed today.
This man has no credibility whatsoever.
Don’t expect that response from the
lockstep sheep conservative “commentators”, though.
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