Talking Points

June 21, 2006

Bring back the good ‘ol days when those in Government had respect for the U.S.

Filed under: Talking Points memo — talkingpoints @ 2:36 am

You know there was a time when government officials, current or former, avoided criticizing US policy overseas – that’s the subject of today’s Talking Points memo.

Everybody understood that besides being classless, it provided aid and comfort to the enemy.  Thus the common saying: “politics stop at the waters edge.” 

But that was then.

On Monday former Clinton Secretary of State, Madelyn Albright, in Russia, attacked the war effort. 

She said the war in Iraq sent the wrong message to Iran and North Korea.  She said “if you don’t have nuclear weapons, you get invaded.  If you do have nuclear weapons, you don’t get invaded.”

Give me a break.  That is ridiculous!

But it was Madelyn Albright, along with Jimmy Carter and Bill Clinton who provided North Korea with the means to go nuclear. They believe giving a nuclear plant to a American hating –pot belly-dog eating – nutzoid – communist – dictator thug, would result in him making electricity; and liking us.

Instead he made nukes.

Zhazamm!  And who sent the wrong message to Iran?  Two words – Jimmy Carter.

With his inept policy of appeasement, Carter created the Iran problem himself which resulted in Islamic fanatics taking over that government.

Now, we are winning the war on terror.  Saddam is gone.  40% percent of the terrorist we  faced in Iraq are dead.  Yea, we have to deal with Iran and North Korea, but thank God, that the Clinton ‘s, the Carters, the Albright’s, the Pelosi’s, the Murtha’s, the Kerry’s and the rest of the linguini-spine party are on the side lines.

How in the world this woman got the word ‘bright’ in her name, let alone become the secretary of stats, is a cosmic joke.

The right message that should be made is – she is dangerous.

And that’s the memo.

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