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Monday, March 23, 2009

And the gaffes keep on coming ....

No, Captain Gaffe-tastic wasn't involved in this screw-up. Lord knows where he is, but this one is all Barry's. Seems that he sent a letter to France. It was warm and cozy, talking about how he hopes they will work together in peace. Just one tiny problem with the letter. He sent the bloody thing to the wrong guy:

US President Barack Obama has indirectly praised former French president Jacques Chirac's fierce opposition to the US-led invasion of Iraq, the online edition of the daily Le Figaro reported on Thursday.

In a letter described by Chirac as 'very nice,' Obama wrote, 'I am certain that we will be able to work together, in the coming four years, in a spirit of peace and friendship to build a safer world.'

The use of the word 'peace' was taken to be an indirect reference to Chirac's stance against the US intervention in Iraq, which Obama had also opposed as senator.

HT to Gateway Pundit and Gabriel at AoSHQ And no, Sarkozy isn't amused by this. So much for hope and change.

Look, I'm keeping this one short and sweet because I've got a couple of errands I need to run, but basically this is how I see it. I hope all the Barry voters out there are proud of themselves. They have elected the most inept, embarrassing, idiotic president this country has ever had. If he's not making an ass out of himself daily, I have no idea what he'd do with all the free time. And I know there are people out there who will say "Give him time. Have faith." No, I'm not giving this rube any time at all. He is the President of the United States, and he's treating the job like it's a joke.

He has zero respect for the office. He acts like this was supposed to be an easy job, and he's ticked he has to actually work. Got news for him -- this is the most important job in the world. It doesn't suffer fools, and you need more than an on-the-job training mentality.

Publius II


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