Monday, April 29, 2013

If Bush DOES Intervene Militarily Abroad, He Is to Be Lambasted; If Dubya Does NOT Intervene Abroad, He Is… ALSO to Be Lambasted

Former President George W. Bush rejected a request from former Mexican President Felipe Calderon to use armed drones to curb the growing influence of drug cartels, the Washington Post reported Saturday
writes Mollie Reilly. Or, as the Huffington Post summarized the story on AOL's front page:

George W. Bush Ignored Leader's Plea

A report suggests that Bush denied a request from the president of Mexico in 2006 -- and it could've possibly alleviated a problem today.
When Bush DOES use the military abroad, it can only create problems;
when Dubya does NOT use the military abroad, it can… only… (wait for it) create… problems…

In the meantime, of course, we learn that Syria has used chemical weapons in its possession. Needless to say, this in no way means that Syria's former neighbor, Iraq's Saddam Hussein, ever used, or tried to obtain, his own weapons of mass destruction — what a ridiculous idea!