Friday, March 4, 2011

Clinton: We're Going With the Winning Side.

The U.S. State Department issued its strongest message to date about the developing situation in the Middle East by making absolutely clear their intentions "to stand by whichever side winds up winning". 

President Obama joined Secretary of State Hillary Clinton at the press conference where she made clear, "We are vigilantly standing on the sidelines and offering the strongest possible monitoring of events from a distance.”
The pro-winning-side message, articulated by Secretary Clinton, was intended to send a clear signal that the United States is willing to put all of its power, might and prestige on the line as soon as matters are settled.

The President, speaking without the luxury of a teleprompter stumbled through a repeat of Clinton's statement and added Uh......The administration backs  Secretary Clinton’s mixed message...uh hundred percent.  The President then went on to apologize to the owners of a middle eastern restaurant down the street from the White House for any perceived  hostile posturing by the U.S.  

Secretary Clinton seemed to rule any possible change in policy concerning the present situation in the future, “We will remain consistent in our policy of issuing meaningless statements at random intervals.”

 Clinton also strongly urge dictators to resist the temptation to pass power on to their sons buy reminding them: “If that had happened on ‘The West Wing,’ that would have been Charlie Sheen.”


  1. I have to ask ... which one of these two morons is more stupid?

  2. Thank you so much, DS, for reminding everyone of the wonderful, decisive, strong leadership we have.

    Keep up the good work.


  3. Nice to know this administration doesn't let anything like integrity stand in their way.

  4. Well, at least with Charlie Sheen he has an excuse for being stupid and insane.

    Came here via USA Admiral. Nice to meet you.

  5. Woodsterman, you have posed a conundrum for which there may be no answer, remembering that stupidity has no limits.

  6. "Came here via USA Admiral. Nice to meet you."

    ...and welcome to you,Elm.
    Glad to have here!