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Apr 16 2012

Strength Isn’t Provocative, Moonbattery Is

Once again we see that John Bolton gets it:

“The problem with Obama is that he sees American strength as provocative, when in fact it’s the exact opposite. It’s American weakness that’s provocative and we have a president who specializes in it.”

President Romney need look no farther than Bolton to find a Secretary of State who would be a vast improvement over what we have now.

On a tip from Shawn.



16 Responses to “Strength Isn’t Provocative, Moonbattery Is”

  1. Garpin says:

    He is a brilliant man, he would make an outstanding SOS.

  2. Bob says:

    I hope he gets that job

  3. Conan says:

    Future SecState under President Romney and the architect of the plan to remove the UN from the US and the US from the UN.

  4. TaterSalad says:

    Take a few moments of your time and dip into a liberal mind. Have a barf bag ready. You will need it!

    http://dancingczars.wordpress.com/2012/04/16/the-logic-of-the-liberal-mind/

  5. Antisocialist says:

    Yes, foreigners no longer respect you as a nation because they think you are weak because you politicians, military etc. come off as weak, well the leadership that is.

    Secularization makes you weak.

  6. AC says:

    He talks a good game, but with the massive deficit gripping our nation, I don’t see how we can afford his brand of foreign policy. The American taxpayer can no longer afford to make the rest of the world safe for the rest of the world. The American taxpayer can no longer afford to be looted to provide protection to nations which slack off under the shield of the security we provide.

  7. dunce says:

    Deposing dictators costs money but not as much as nation building that does not work with third world groups anyway. Our success with Germany, Japan, and South Korea was because they were smart enough to accept capitalism and rule of law and make it work. Some cultures are inherently inferior and flawed. There are sanctions and there are real sanctions and Bolton knows the difference.

  8. Fiberal says:

    Antisocial,

    What makes us weak is political correctness.

    Dumb-as-Dirt voters self-inflicted BO out of a desire to demonstrate an absence of racial division. Instead they demonstrated an absence of common sense by putting in office a fraud who is one of the least intelligent deviants ever to be adored by liberals.

    The mistake is in thinking that BO was normal, possessed of common sense and would be above criminality and despotism. It turned out he was stupid, a thug and aspires to be a despot.

    And a Kenyan to boot.

    The dim-witted voter couldn’t see it bc BO’s skin color occluded all last vestiges of wit.

    Here’s a worse example: the UK. Both John Major and Tony Blair actively worked to import muslims into Britain under the idiotic assumption that diversity would be good for everyone. Mistake being in assuming that people are all alike everywhere.

    A real kum-bya foreign policy for the masses.

    When in fact what the Brits brought in were a bunch of atavistic, retarded, inbred fanatics.

    .

    It is a law of nature that people are stupid to begin with.

    But when politicians and liberals deceive themselves that all cultures and subcultures are the same along the line of intelligence, when in fact cultures and subcultures breed and select for even more stupidity.

    When those cultures then mix the hyperbreeding outcome with some kind of low-level idealistic fanaticism bc that’s all they can be taught and made to understand, you get toxic waste.

    Or Londonistan. Or BO.

    Or liberals.

  9. Fiberal says:

    In the U.S., the taxpayers pay for other people’s frenetic and indiscriminate breeding results from cradle to final lethal injection.

    That we also let them vote somewhere along the way simply defies belief.

  10. Dr. 9 says:

    Bolton would make an outstanding Secretary of State, or anything else they choose him for. He’s a true patriot.

  11. wingmann says:

    AC says:
    April 16, 2012 at 4:48 pm //
    _______________

    BINGO!

  12. wingmann says:

    Fiberal says:
    April 16, 2012 at 5:29 pm
    ________________

    BINGO AGAIN!

  13. AC says:

    Deposing dictators costs money but not as much as nation building that does not work with third world groups anyway. Our success with Germany, Japan, and South Korea was because they were smart enough to accept capitalism and rule of law and make it work. Some cultures are inherently inferior and flawed. There are sanctions and there are real sanctions and Bolton knows the difference.

    All three of those nations have since made suckers of the US taxpayers.

    Those three nations are export-driven creditors of the United States. We borrow money from them so we can pay from our budget to provide them with military security at our expense.

    Our interests do align with theirs, but there is no reason our grandchildren should be paying interest to the very people we’re protecting for free. Send them a bill.

    We must also remember that latte-sipping Eurotard/Guntherite moonbats have been able to construct their bloated and unsustainable welfare states by omitting defense expenditures the US taxpayer ends up funding.

  14. Jimbo says:

    “Strength Isn’t Provocative, Moonbattery Is”

    Yep.

    I’ve said before and I’ll say again – mass murder like 9-11 happens because liberals DEMAND the “right” to export smut. Pornographic smut, homosexual smut, humanist smut… racism…

  15. Louisiana Steve says:

    Why is this man not the Republican nominee? Have we drifted this far away from common sense, conversative thought, and love of country to have that blasphemy in the White House called Barack Soetoro Hussein Obama? To add insult to injury, this sorry excuse of a President will probably get re-elected. It’s no surprise when the Republican party comes up with another ‘McCain Wannabe’ called Mittens as your alternative to Barry Butthead Obama.

  16. Kevin R. says:

    He would be great as Secretary of State, he’s a normal American adult.


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