These Things Are Not Unrelated

MAGA, you MoFo’s

Commander Bunnypants is declaring victory in Syria, bigly,  and saying it’s time to bring American troops home. At home, Prznint Stupid is vowing to use the military to build his stupid wall along the border with Mexico.

These decisions were made after consulting with… his gut, maybe? (Or the Kremlin, probably. Definitely Stupid did NOT consult with John Bolton, obviously.)

Senatorette Miss Lindsey Graham, who was led-on by that cad Prznint Stupid and never appointed Attorney General:

That’s gonna leave a mark!

Last night we noted BRAVE, Brave, brave, L’il Marco ‘Big Gulp’ Rubio—the Cold Warrior for a New Generation, and beloved grandson figure of Wingnuts over the age of 65 and under the age of death—his passive-voice reaction.

But they were not the only ones! A group of bipartisan senators sent a letter to Prznint Stupid last night:

Lookit, I know nothing about geopolitics, and I try to avoid commenting on it because I know that I know nothing, but even I can see that a sudden pull-out (even from a mistaken military adventure) is a tactical and logistical mistake.

Anyway, the Kurds are about to be abandoned again by a Republican prznint (Hi Poppy Bush!), Israel is sweating, Gen. Mattis is fuming (and probably realizes it is time to leave), and meanwhile Vlad, ISIS and Al Qaeda, Iran, and Syria are all grinning. Vlad’s little gambit on the 2016 Goat Rodeo is paying off.

You don’t have to be Kreskin to see that Prznint Comrade thinks the Ameros he saves in Syria can be spent on his Tortilla Curtain, and just ordering the troops to build it is gonna work (Clue: that’s illegal). Re-allocating resources is what he would do as a CEO if this were another branded sky bordello project that needs to get back on schedule.

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4 Responses to These Things Are Not Unrelated

  1. Dennis Cole says:

    Supreme Dictator for life err, Prime Minister Erdogan called Commander Bunnypants last week, and told him it’s time for a little ethnic cleansing full-on push against enemies of the Turkish State in northern Syria, (read the Kurdish Army, who have been our staunch allies, and the single most successful weapon AGAINST ISIS,) and to NOT GET IN HIS WAY. Turkey considers the US-backed Kurdish forces to be a terrorist organization, because of their connection to the Kurdistan Worker’s Party, a Kurdish insurgency group in the area.

    In recent days, Turkey has accused the US of failing to tackle security threats in the region. So I suppose the normal response would be to tuck our tail between our legs, and retreat, err, I mean, “Advance to the rear!”

    Besides, as well, his BFF Pootey-poot has plans of his own in Syria, and they don’t involve US participation – either as fighters, or witnesses. So, it’s time to GTFO, and declare victory. Anyone else remember a large banner that read,”Mission Accomplished”? Yes? Good.

    And as for his statement, “I get very saddened when I have to write letters, or call parents, or wives, or husbands of soldiers who’ve been killed…” Puhleaze. There’s no doubt in my mind that he has never once done that – not a single call, or letter, or even a postcard from Merde-a-go-go.

    He could, of course, take a page from “Catch-22”, wherein Corporal Whitcomb devises an all-encompassing form letter in order to make it easier on Colonel Cathcart and other high-ranking officers who had to notify next-of-kin as a a part of their duties:

    “Dear Mother/Father/Sister/Brother/Aunt/Uncle of ___________. It is with great sadness that I must inform you that ________ was killed in action on //__. He/she was a brave soldier, and made the ultimate sacrifice in order to keep our country great.”

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  2. Bruce388 says:

    “ISIS Names Trump Man of the Year” — Andy Borowitz

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  3. roket says:

    Putin’s Puppet Speaks


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