In Which Eiron, the Goddess of Irony…

…laughed so hard she farted:

“Rarely has a U.S. president been so wrong about so much at the expense of so many… Too many times to count, Mr. Obama has told us he is ‘ending’ the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan—as though wishing made it so. His rhetoric has now come crashing into reality.”

Liz Cheney has a winning smile.

Liz Cheney has a winning smile.

–The most important Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs in our nation’s history, maybe ever Liz Cheney, in the pages of the Wall Street Journal in an editorial written in collaboration with noted undead and unindicted War Criminal (“Daddy!”) Blam-Blam.

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6 Responses to In Which Eiron, the Goddess of Irony…

  1. ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© says:

    A shame these war criminals weren’t brought to justice, isn’t it?


    • tengrain says:

      Yup. I keep bringing it up and wondering if Eric Holder is just an extended remake of Weekend at Bernie’s. The bankers, too.




  2. Jim H. says:

    I must take objection to this latest in a series of posts. I just returned from a dive trip on which I was lucky enough to see not one but two sharks (a white-tipped reef and a Tiger!). It was one of the highlights of my vacation—and it always is whenever I see a shark.

    To put up that shark pic whenever you discuss the most important Deputy Assistant, etc., etc., does a disservice to a beautiful, powerful, amazing, and endangered sea creature.

    Thank you very much.

    Yours, etc.

    Col. Molly Bloom (ret’d)

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  3. roket says:

    “On a trip to the Middle East this spring, we heard a constant refrain in capitals from the Persian Gulf to Israel, [commence dissing Obama]”

    Who takes a trip to the Middle East, of all places, with a known war criminal is what I’d like to know. The stupid, it burns like hell..


  4. Pissed in NYC says:

    Thank Nancy Pelosi for taking impeachment off the table, and Obama for “looking forward.” The history books won’t be kind, but they won’t care. As for Bush and Cheney (and Blair, and Rumsfeld, etc), I wish I believed in hell.


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