Wednesday, March 2, 2011

The Earl of Ketchup Goes Hawkish

U.S. Senator John Kerry (D-Mass), Duke of Heinz, Earl of Ketchup today said the U.S. Military should set up and maintain a No Fly Zone over Libyian airspace.
Sen.Kerry, a [Navy] veteran turned anti-war activist and critic of the use of the military by Reagan, Bush 41 and campaigned for the presidency in part against Bush 43's efforts at waging of war on terror (while never criticizing the bombing of civilians during Clinton's misuse of the air force in Kosovo and ignoring the rivers of Rwanda running red with blood and headless bodies) now wants to inject us into a senseless operation and endangering our fighter pilots over Libyan airspace. 

NO, Senator Kerry! This is a problem better addressed by NATO, the European forces of NATO! Europe imports more of their oil from Libya then America and  could be confronted by mass immigration that could come their way from north Africa, so let them let deal with it.
It's their backyard. 

Let the French Italians, Germans and  Belgians pilots take the high risk operations of disabling the Libyan air defenses, which must be done first . We have more important things to tend to, like fighting the war on terror for them! 

 And is it just me, or is it coincidental that anti-war demonstrations tend to disappear and some democrats get all brave, gutsy and hawkish when their guys occupy the White House? Just a thought.
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10 comments:

  1. Mr Heinz Kerry, the thick rich one. Tool extraordinaire. Sometimes these Dem/Lib/Progs get all gutsy and Hawkish when it becomes apparent the populace has had enough of pansy ass foreign affairs policies of Appeasement.

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  2. Kerry should sue the doctor that performed his rectal/cranial inversion surgery. It didn't work. His head is still up his...and we all know what still comes out.

    On the other hand the exorcism of his personality was a success. He hasn't had one since...

    Okay, he never had one.

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  3. You are 100% right on this one. Let the Europeans deal with Libya. It's time to stop trying to fix everything everywhere. Excellent Post!

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  4. D.S.,

    On a serious note, I agree wholeheartedly that European members of NATO are responsible for policing the civil war in Libya. They have their vested financial interests to protect and in concert they are more than capable to put up the military forces to quell Quaddafi's genocide of the civilian population of Libya.

    This is one conflict the U. S. should stay out of other than to provide nominal non-combat support to the European NATO forces and for humanitarian purposes to include medical services available on U. S. vessels standing off shore and food and temporary housing and community health materials.

    Our NATO allies should have been told that the game is theirs to win or lose and that U. S. would only provide minimal support to demonstrate symbolic solidarity of purpose. The Obama administration simply has no foreign policy. Obama is winging it day by day in the hope that someone else will sort it all out. That's how narcissists handle the close plays. It gives them cover in the event that things turn to...

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  5. You guys are so funny.....rectal/cranial inversion surgery.....the thick rich one! LoL!

    Paladin, I'm glad to see you didn't shut your page down after all.

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  6. "Obama is winging it..."

    Robert, I think that goes for domestic policy also. He wanders around looking for something, he just can't find it......

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  7. John F'n Kerry was a Navy veteran,,a disgrace of a navy veteran to be sure...Not an Army vet.


    firefirefire

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  8. I stand corrected. Thank You for pointing that out.

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  9. That T-shirt is more than that moron deserves.

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  10. you are most welcome.

    firefirefire

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