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Tuesday, January 12, 2016

Nikki Haley is Angela Merkel

This is how Nikki Haley has responded to this year's pack of Barack Obama lies:

while Democrats in Washington bear much responsibility for the problems facing America today, they do not bear it alone. There is more than enough blame to go around. ... During anxious times, it can be tempting to follow the siren call of the angriest voices. We must resist that temptation. “No one who is willing to work hard, abide by our laws, and love our traditions should ever feel unwelcome in this country.

Here is how her "rebuttal" will come across to the nonpartisan voter, as Futurama put it so aptly:

Jack Johnson: It's time for someone who has the courage to stand up and say,
[slams his fist on the podium]
Jack Johnson: I'm against those things that everybody hates!
John Jackson: Now, I respect my opponent. I think he's a good man. But quite frankly...
[slams his fist on the podium]
John Jackson: I agree with everything he just said.

The best we can say about Haley's faux-rebuttal is that this is the elite of the Republican Party closing ranks, siding with the American nation's clear and present enemies, against the Republicans' primary-voters. Non-partisans will have to wonder with the Hebrew Fathers, if Republican politicians are not for the Republicans' own base, who shall be for them? Who should vote for them?

I'll go further than that, though.

One can see the echo of Angela Merkel in Haley's comments. One sees a woman with no real attachment to the "posterity" of the Constitution's authors, except that she thinks that they're kind of meh, and would prefer a real man to... er, clean her pool. Preferably shirtless.

She is welcome to that opinion, of course.

But I don't want sluts like that in any position of authority over me, male or female.


posted by Zimri on 20:52 | link | 0 comments

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