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Bolton weighs in on Obama taking credit for Bush’s successes with regard to the killing of bin-Laden, saying that the only thing Obama really did was get out of the way. The intelligence that led us to bin-Laden came from the very thing Obama railed against and thus banned when becoming president, enhanced interrogations. So for him to take credit for killing bin-Laden, Bolton says, is like Nixon taking credit for America landing on the moon.

The entire interview is great as Bolton also weighs in on much more of Obama’s foreign policy. You can watch below:

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  • 911Infidel

    Can you imagine this guy as Sec Of State instead of the Klintonoid that currently holds that post? See Madam Rodhead has got the whole R2P thing wrong. The real R2P concept needs to be applied to the fight against commies Islamic sympathizers like ODumbo and his cohort of leftist reactionaries. By any means as they say. Hey they co-opt our terms all the time. Let’s co-opt some of their favorite terms. How about starting with their favorite term: “fight”.

  • NYGino

    He’s grasping at straws, there’s nothing he can say he did for the country that improved anything. Might as well steal someones thunder.

  • poljunkie

    Speaking as a righty – Bolton is such a breathe of fresh air.

    • PVG

      Two grown ups having an intelligent conversation without name calling……priceless!

      • stevenbiot

        I want our candidate to name call till the cows come home, if that’s what it takes for him to win. I want Romney to call Obama a dog eating, child abusing, country destroying, ex coke head Marxist. When he wears those terms out, I want him to reach into his bag of tricks and get creative. Anything to prevent Obama from obtaining a second term is acceptable.

  • MacSwain

    Bolton has a perfect grasp of our political situation. The major question I have is: Will the Republican candidate have the “stones” to speak the same truths about about Obama, as Bolton does during the campaign or will these issues be avoided and Obama be treated with “kid-gloves” as McCain did in 2008?

    • StNikao

      Bolton lost great respect when he endorsed Romney, as did Ryan and Rubio.

      • Nukeman60

        I admire John Bolton a great deal. His grasp of foreign policy is spot on. I think he would make an excellent SoS, no matter who is President. However, I also was disappointed when he endorsed Romney, but I look at it differently.

        I listened to one of his interviews once, where he stated that the reason he didn’t run for President was because he wasn’t very good with political sense stuff. I think his endorsement of Romney shows that. He may very well have been going along with the ‘most electable’ idea that he had been hearing about and it may have guided his decision.

        I don’t think it, in any way, deters from his excellent insights into the world relationships that he has dealt with effectively for so many years.

        • Trust1TG

          IF Mr. Bolton is that politically naive, he would make a poor Secretary of State.

          Get real. He was bought and/or pressured by the RNC, PTB and/or Romney.

          This is a very expensive and potentially profitable horse race.

          • Boris_Badenoff

            “He was bought and/or pressured by the RNC, PTB and/or Romney.”

            Your bias is overloading your mind… You make a statement as if it were undisputed fact when the reality is you have no idea what so ever and certainly no first hand knowledge as to John Bolton’s decision making process.
            Your just blowing smoke out your butt because your choice is not the choice for 2012.

            “IF Mr. Bolton is that politically naive,”

            You have really fallen off the deep end here… No , your bias has not clouded your judgment in the least..lol

            You sound like a leftist journo trying to spin the issue to their agenda… These two quoted statements show you to be a joke…

          • Nukeman60

            My apologies for being unclear. What I meant was ‘political campaign stuff’ not ‘political sense stuff’. My bad. His sense of foreign politics has always been on the mark, IMO.

        • K-Bob

          This just shows that some guys are really, really good at what they do, but aren’t necessarily great at politics and people. I’m with you, brother. I’d hire The ‘Stache for SOS in a Shanghai minute, but I sure wouldn’t look to him for political advice.

          Romney would make a good Sec. Treas. or Fed guy. I hope doesn’t do something foolish like run for President. D*mn.

      • Nukeman60

        I admire John Bolton a great deal. His grasp of foreign policy is spot on. I think he would make an excellent SoS, no matter who is President. However, I also was disappointed when he endorsed Romney, but I look at it differently.

        I listened to one of his interviews once, where he stated that the reason he didn’t run for President was because he wasn’t very good with political sense stuff. I think his endorsement of Romney shows that. He may very well have been going along with the ‘most electable’ idea that he had been hearing about and it may have guided his decision.

        I don’t think it, in any way, deters from his excellent insights into the world relationships that he has dealt with effectively for so many years.

  • rjcylon

    I hate to take the wind out of Bolton’s sails but Barbara Walters said Obama killing bin-Laden cinched is re-election.

    • Linky1

      Since when did Baba Wawa’s opinion mean anything?

    • K-Bob

      I believe that was, “Kiwwing Bin Wadin cinched his we-ewection.”

  • Trust1TG

    Obama hasn’t got much of anything positive for which he can take credit.

    Bolton talked about the same thing here: http://www.therightscoop.com/bolton-bin-laden-was-killed-while-obama-was-president-not-because-he-was-president/

  • Kordane

    Who is this Fox News presenter? I like her. She’s good at this.

    • MikhailKennedy

      Liz Cheney who is the daughter of Dick Cheney, I think that she is an awesome interviewer and from what I have seen of her as a political commentator she will do well. I hope to see more of her.

    • MikhailKennedy

      Liz Cheney who is the daughter of Dick Cheney, I think that she is an awesome interviewer and from what I have seen of her as a political commentator she will do well. I hope to see more of her.

      • Boris_Badenoff

        I have seen Liz Cheney numerous times over the past 2 years and I would have to say imo she is a smart, highly capable person. I would think she will have a future in politics if she so chooses and knowing what I do of her I more than likely would support her in her efforts.
        She has impressed me to this point.

        • PVG

          Liz is awesome! She would be an asset to the NEXT administration…..said with confidence!!

  • denbren52

    “President Romney would have a full plate …” is perhaps the understatement of the new millennium. Obama has done so much damage to our sovereignty, our foreign policy, our domestic tranquility and our economy, it will take a miracle to undo all the damage before it is beyond repair.

  • squeakyb

    I wonder if Romney will have the needed courage to stand up to Iran, I just don’t see him as a tough guy in this arena. Now Newt would be and I am still saddened that it appears he won’t be our nominee. I still plan to vote for him in our primary next month and I hold on to hope. We need another Reagan and Romney isn’t even close.

    • Boris_Badenoff

      No Mitt is no Reagan, but he could very well appoint John Bolton as SOS. I believe that America’s foreign interest would be well served if that happened.

      Everyone knows Mitt is no Ronald Reagan. That’s a no brainer.. but Mitt is an accomplished manager and is totally capable of surrounding himself with good people.

  • 12grace

    Bolton is a good man, he tells it just how he see’s it.

    • StNikao

      Not after endorsing Romney.

      • stevenbiot

        Which candidate in the race should he endorse? Please don’t say, “Ron Paul.” Please God, don’t say that.

        • Trust1TG

          Not the proven lying, liberal, taxpayer-robbing Romney – makes Bolton look really bad.

          • stevenbiot

            Anger clouds rational judgement. He’s the conservative nominee, for sure.

            • http://profile.yahoo.com/EPNKCLUJ4F2PBVGOB7MU7O56ZA W.

              Romney is a crook and liberal/socialist in sheep’s clothing.

              His policies in MA are Obama’s now. G.E.T. R.E.A.L.

              • stevenbiot

                He’s not as bad as Obama, though. I don’t like him; he’s gonna be our nominee, though.

            • http://profile.yahoo.com/VNYSALCJWXWHB4TV2AXW5VFYBU TJ

              As Santorum put it, the choice is like one between Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum.

              Romney is not conservative, though he might become the nominee.

          • Boris_Badenoff

            It’s either Obama or Romney , that is your choice. If you want to write in your candidate you might as well hand Obama a vote. That is reality.
            We can not allow this Marxist P.O.S. to appoint anymore leftist to SCOTUS among many other things.. you can argue this point all you want but it is reality.

            I have not supported Romney any during the previous 12 months. But that was then.
            The coming election has been set. The time for supporting others will have to wait till next time. That is reality as it is now.

            Yes there are several ticket combinations I would prefer over a Romney led ticket, but wtf, things did not turn out the way I wanted either.

            The time is here to suck it up and get this Marxist piece of s#!t out of the White House.

            THAT is now priority number 1. Defeat the Marxist.

            Bolton knows it is The UTMOST priority to get obama OUT of the White House to prevent further damage to America. That is the number one priority and perhaps the most important objective facing Americans in the past 50 years. I believe Bolton thinks this . Yes there are other important issues to be dealt with however removing obama is #1.

            I support Bolton 100% The time for bitching and complaining about the 2012 candidate is over. That has been decided weather everyone agrees or not and it is now time to work to defeat the current leftist P.O.S. that occupies 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.

            Defeat the Marxist in 2012.

        • http://profile.yahoo.com/VNYSALCJWXWHB4TV2AXW5VFYBU TJ

          Nikao is not God.

  • WestGAFlash

    Great analogy. Somewhat like Rutherford Hayes taking credit for inventing the lightbulb.

    Methinks not.

  • StNikao

    Bolton endorsing Romney is like…

    Bolton losing any conservative credibility.
    Bolton being a sell-out.
    Bolton being an establishment shill.
    Bolton being black-mailed?

    • stevenbiot

      Romney is our candidate. Bolton endorsing Romney is like……reality!

      • Trust1TG
        • stevenbiot

          Yeah it is. Say it ain’t so ain’t so. It is definitely so.

          • Trust1TG

            Not yet, baby.

            Crowning Romney backfires on FOX News and RNC as Delegates, Voters say NO!

            http://rightonweekly.com/crowning-romney-backfires-on-fox-news-and-rnc-as-delegates-voters-say-no/

            • stevenbiot

              Don’t make me show you the delegate count. I’ll do it! Look, I wanted Santorum, but I had to let it go once he dropped out. You aren’t one of the “sit this election out” kinda voters are you?

              • K-Bob

                It’s like baseball. It’s over when it’s over. You’re just joining the folks leaving the stands early.

                • stevenbiot

                  It’s over. He will be the nominee. It is a bitter horse pill to swallow; but I have to swallow it.

                • Nukeman60

                  Swallow what you want, but it ain’t over till the ‘fat candidate’ sings – at the convention.

                  Go, Newt. Hang ‘em high.

                • K-Bob

                  He probably will, but he still hasn’t clinched it. It’s over when it’s over, and not one second sooner.

              • http://profile.yahoo.com/VNYSALCJWXWHB4TV2AXW5VFYBU TJ

                Did you vote already?

                If not, hope you will read this:
                http://wepickrick.net/profiles/blogs/can-your-vote-silence-be-bought

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_E4C65QOIQ4XH67F6MEHWTXGODY Alan

    I remember Newt saying he would like Ambassador Bolton in his administration. But it seems that he chose the wrong candidate to endorse.

    We’ll see what happens, but I think Mr. Bolton will come to regret that decision.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_5L4RE3FBBG5SN3KXERKJZ53VLU Stormwalker

    We need a leader that can deliver ‘gunboat diplomacy’, (look it up), the idea that ‘a man’s worth is what he can build or create – not as he sits on the stoop’, and that world leaders will have to contemplate, not be confused about, or discount all together.

    Consideration of Rubio for anything is disqualified by his parents not being American nationals, as per the Constitution, period.
    Consideration of Romney should be disqualified, because his father was Mexican-born, same rule.

    Who is the closest thing we have today, to a Teddy Roosevelt? Sarah Palin. Which, by the way, in case anyone has not had this particualr brain idea, she is also First American heritage.

    • Nukeman60

      Consideration of Rubio for anything is disqualified by his parents not being American nationals, as per the Constitution, period.
      Consideration of Romney should be disqualified, because his father was Mexican-born, same rule.
      ‘ – stormwalker

      Per the Constitution, the only positions that Rubio is disqualified for are Pres and VP (natural born citizen issue). As to Romney, his parents were both naturalized citizens when he was born, so he is qualified (same Article 2, Section 1, claus 5 issue). Parents don’t have to be natural born citizens, just naturalized.

      • http://twitter.com/PJRodman Paula J Rodman

        If Rubio isn’t eligible for VP, why is he always on the short list? He’s always touted as a great presidential candidate as well…I’m confused…he has a birth certificate he’s willing to produce right? No one claims that Obama’s father was born in America and he never became a citizen.

        • Nukeman60

          Exactly. Neither are eligible. Politics are strange bedfellows, aren’t they? Just because Rubio is on the short list (and will probably get picked), doesn’t mean that he therefore is naturally eligible. Same with Obama. They are not natural born citizens, but many people (both on the left and on the right) claim that ‘citizen’, ‘native born citizen’, and ‘natural born citizen’ are all the same. Therein lies the problem.

        • http://black-avenger-1.livejournal.com/profile VirusX

          Because you’re dealing with RINOs that only bring up the Constitution when they want to look good for voters, yet have absolutely no knowledge of what it really says, or even what it really stands for. That’s why people keep bringing him up. Personally, I despise him as another RINO, and wouldn’t want to see him run for dog catcher. The sooner he’s out, and replaced with a real Conservative, the better.

    • Boris_Badenoff

      Yeah, only thing is she never got into the race so like who cares..

      She could have, BUT she did not. Her choice. She decided for whatever reason(s) Not To Run.

      The sooner people understand the decision has been made the better. So either work to defeat the Marxist or just go ahead and mail in your 1/2 vote for the leftist p.o.s.

      It’s up to you.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_5L4RE3FBBG5SN3KXERKJZ53VLU Stormwalker

    We need a leader that can deliver ‘gunboat diplomacy’, (look it up), the idea that ‘a man’s worth is what he can build or create – not as he sits on the stoop’, and that world leaders will have to contemplate, not be confused about, or discount all together.

    Consideration of Rubio for anything is disqualified by his parents not being American nationals, as per the Constitution, period.
    Consideration of Romney should be disqualified, because his father was Mexican-born, same rule.

    Who is the closest thing we have today, to a Teddy Roosevelt? Sarah Palin. Which, by the way, in case anyone has not had this particualr brain idea, she is also First American heritage.

  • stevenbiot

    Romney better pull every trick out of the bag. I want him fighting with low blows, cheap shots, everything that he can to defeat this clown. I don’t want to hear crap about taking the high-road, because we are conservatives. He needs to understand and implement Saul Alinsky’s Rules for Radicals. If Obama is re-elected, we are going to be sorry we didn’t get into the gutter and battle it out with the democrats. We can save our moral, we are better than that, rhetoric for after the upcoming election. Also, everybody donate a few bucks to Governor Walker; he’s battling for his office against union thuggery.

  • NYGino

    Next we’re going to find out that Al Gore didn’t invent the internet.

    • K-Bob

      If he didn’t , it was Bush’s fault.

  • http://twitter.com/BoseEinstein0 Bose Einstein

    I thought it was over with George W Bush, but if Obama is reelected we will have 4 more years of Bush, is responsible!

  • chuck jenski

    President Romney??? nice try, no sale!

  • Boris_Badenoff

    You people are a bunch of pussy’s, waaa… my guy didn’t win so I’m gonna take my ball and go home…. Hey I have not supported Romney either. I personally did not think he was the man for the job at hand. But guess what, more people did than didn’t..

    It’s done.

    Go change your diapers and realize the fight is to defeat the Marxist in November.

    That or have a repeat of 2008. What’s more important, your ego’s or throwing the Marxist prick out of the White House. A write in or non vote is 1/2 a vote for the Marxist dog eating narcissistic P.O.S.

    Grow the “F” up…

    • http://twitter.com/08hayabusa 08hayabusa

      I got news for you buddy, getting the Progressive Romney shoved down our throat by the elite RINO GOP may agree with you but it doesn’t sit well with the rest of us. We are damn sick and tired of holding our noses cycle after cycle and pulling that lever. But don’t count your chickens before they are hatched. It ain’t over until the fat lady sings. Read this article. Romney isn’t out the weeds yet. He’s in a world of hurt.

      http://08hayabusa.blogspot.com/2012/04/crowning-romney-backfires-on-fox-news.html

      Go Newt.

      • Boris_Badenoff

        Well if you would read you would know I have NEVER been a prior supporter of Romney .

        However he is going to be the nominee . SO you can vote for him come November or go right ahead and send in your 1/2 vote for Obama this November.. your choice.

        And your dream team is irrelevant. It’s a fairy tale. Had you done any checking you would know I am a vocal supporter of Palin and West as well as a financial supporter of Palin but guess what. She ain’t running.
        That was her choice. So your “Dream Team” is just that .

        Newt has barely been able to get above single digit support since Alabama.. Ain’t gonna happen. The American public has made up their mind about him.

        To my knowledge there have been primaries in like 11 states now, voters have cast their votes, last time I checked that was not shoving anything down anyone’s throat.
        Just because things are not going to your liking does not constitute shoving something down your throat.. The power will be in the hands of those willing to get out and exercise their ability to vote.

        The fact is for the Presidential election in 2008 America had a participation rate of like 57.% of Voting Age Population percent of its citizens. This was the highest since 1968.. pretty pathetic imo.
        America is allowing roughly 30% of the population to make the decisions for all. If Americans really gave a rat’s butt they would get off their lazy duff’s and vote.

        We can not allow Obama to stack the Supreme Court with more leftist.

        Defeat the Marxist.

        • http://twitter.com/08hayabusa 08hayabusa

          I’ve been voting since 1972, so don’t even attempt to school me in the process. I’ve been well aware of how the elite GOP, media, caucus and primary rigging, all work together to get the candidate they want nominated. It has nothing to do with what America wants or doesn’t want but everything to do with people shirking their civic duty, and the elites in power taking advantage of that.

          But America every once in awhile gets it together. Jackson, Lincoln, Coolidge, and in my time Reagan. And you had better hope Romney’s nomination doesn’t occur, because as Newt has said he will simply manage the decay, he will not change the country’s direction even if he does manage to beat Obama and that is a really big IF.

          Everyone is foolishly assuming that the anybody but Obama mantra and that the generic Republican is going to win hands down. Right. I heard a similar tune on Clinton’s second run. No way Clinton should have been reelected but he was.

          I fear for America if Romney is the nominee. Whether he wins or loses America loses.

          • Boris_Badenoff

            Have you ever thought he should not have been elected the first time?

            Perot pulled down about 19% of the vote in ’92, Clinton won by just over 5%.

            Divide and conquer , the leftist way..

            Too many here act like we will get it all in one election, that’s where you are wrong and that is where the leftist have been beating us for decades.
            They even told us how they would win years ago, but Americans act like the proverbial frog in soon to be boiling water..

            • http://twitter.com/08hayabusa 08hayabusa

              It’s not a question of getting it all in one election. We are heading into the endgame.

              The United States has had it’s credit down graded for the second time. 50% of the population is not paying any taxes and many of them are on some kind of entitlement program. We are 5 trillion dollars in debt. They are devaluing our dollar at an unprecedented rate through quantitative easing. We have a 105 trillion dollar debt in unfunded promises. There is no future without a civil war unless immediate action is taken this January because complete economic collapse is on the horizon.

              And don’t even get me started on the demilitarization of our military and national security.

              It’s now or never because Thomas Jefferson’s prescient musing is about to come true for the second time: The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants. It is a natural manure.

    • http://black-avenger-1.livejournal.com/profile VirusX

      Well, then, tell me why I should support him.

      He’s been rabidly in support of the murder of unborn children, and even campaigned on it. Obama did, too.

      He’s in favor of raising taxes. Obama does, too.

      He’s anti 2nd Amendment. So’s Obama.

      He’s hateful and contemptuous of Conservatives, and dislikes Conservatism. Just like Obama.

      He despises Ronald Reagan, and even went as far as to politically campaign on his hatred for the archetype Conservative.

      He’s pro-gay, and enamored with the idea of gay “marriage”. So’s Obama.

      He hates the Constitution, and twists it’s meaning every chance he gets. Just like Obama.

      He loves socialism. Just like Obama, again.

      He’s not a Christian. Neither’s Obama, but both fraudulently claim they are.

      He spent a lot of money concealing records, and lies pathologically, when questioned. Hmmm.

      So, tell me, again, why I should vote for this guy? Because he’s got an “R” behind his name? That’s why I despise Gingrich, because that’s all you need to get his support, like that disgusting, bovine RINO Scozzafava out of NY, whom Gingrich put over a true Conservative, DOUG HOFFMAN, who, unlike Gingrich or Romney, is a REAL Conservative. So let’s hear your BS, slickster. Let’s hear you sell WILLARD (since he even lies about his first name).

      • Boris_Badenoff

        You can support whoever you like.
        The fact is come November a vote for Joe write in is 1/2 a vote for Obama.
        Enough people do that and that is 4 more years for the Marxist to appoint more leftist to the Supreme Court.

        • http://profile.yahoo.com/VNYSALCJWXWHB4TV2AXW5VFYBU TJ

          No a vote for someone else is just that- a vote for someone else. Romney appointed a number of leftists himself in MA.

        • http://black-avenger-1.livejournal.com/profile VirusX

          So, in other words, “NO”, you have no explanation and absolutely nothing intelligent or insightful to say. Nothing more than the usual BS and garbage that you usually spout, because if you did have anything intelligent to contribute to the discussion by way of answering A SINGLE ONE OF MY QUESTIONS, you would’ve done so, by now. You offer platitudes and condescension, when I’m looking for truth and answers. I guess those are things we just shouldn’t expect out of people that tie themselves, willingly, to an un-Godly LIBERAL and LIAR like Willard.

          • Boris_Badenoff

            Justice Scalia just turned 78, Justice Kennedy will turn 78 later this year, Justice Breyer will be 76 in August, and Justice Ginsburg turned 81 about a week ago.

            But that’s o.k. I guess we can all wait around for your imaginary candidate that is going to appear out of somewhere and take the nomination.

            Let me know when it happens o.k.

    • Nukeman60

      I personally did not think he was the man for the job at hand. But guess what, more people did than didn’t..‘ – bb

      Careful what you promote. More people do not think he is the man for the job than think he is. That’s why only 40% have voted for him (4,595,908 for Romney, 6,684,884 anti-Romney, and that doesn’t include all the other non-Romney votes for people who have dropped out).

      http://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/2012/president/republican_vote_count.html

      The true Conservative vote has been split this entire primary season and Romney is the benefactor of that. Doesn’t make him most popular, though.

      It’s funny that it’s people like you that gave Romney the nod, but you are the ones who will blame all the true Conservatives for him losing to Obama.

      • Boris_Badenoff

        Glad YOU have been assigned the task of deciding who the “true conservatives” are… must be quite a burden..

        • Nukeman60

          Nah, it’s pretty easy. You, on the other hand, seem to have decided, all on your lonesome, that Romney is popular. Hmmm

          • Boris_Badenoff

            Yeah you are right. It was all me and me alone. How I managed to cast all those votes in all those state primaries I haven’t quiet figured out yet but it must be so if you say so.

            Just remember if Obama gets the opportunity to appoint probably 2 or maybe even 3 leftist judged to SCOTUS this little discussion..

            In ’92 Perot took almost 19% of the vote, Clinton won his 1st term that year by only 5%.

  • http://navalwarfare.blogspot.com/ Libertyship46

    Obama really believes a nuclear armed Iran can be contained? He’s even more insane than I thought. What Obama and his minions never discuss, though, is what if a nuclear armed Iran CANNOT be contained? What is their plan then? We are facing dangerous times here and we have an empty suit as a president. We really, really, need a new president in November. The future of this nation, and maybe even the world, depends on it.

    • Boris_Badenoff

      Defeat the Marxist in 2012.

    • http://black-avenger-1.livejournal.com/profile VirusX

      Oh, you can contain a nuclear Iran.

      With a couple of CBGs (Carrier Battle Groups), a squadron of Aegis Combat System equipped cruisers, 1 – 2 ballistic missile submarines (preferably Sea Wolf class), Patriot missile batteries in Afghanistan and Iraq, UAV overflights, CUAV overflights, the 5th SFG (5th Special Forces Group), a few QRFs (Quick Reaction Forces) of Ranger, SeAL and MSRP (Maritime Special Purpose Forces) teams, a mess of E2C Hawkeyes, etc.

      However, we’d also need a real Commander in Chief, so that makes the whole point moot.

  • http://black-avenger-1.livejournal.com/profile VirusX

    Picture this:

    A DC bar. Obama and Michelle stroll in and break out the taxpayer credit card, so they can start racking up drinks on the public. While they’re there whooping it up and smiling, they look over at the nearest booth, and sitting there is JOHN BOLTON and DICK CHENEY.

    Looking right at them.

    John and Dick get up, frosted mugs in hand, and saunter over to a visibly shaken and nervous Obama.

    Then, the talking starts…

  • aZjimbo

    barry hussein nobama:
    iraq- worse
    Afghanistan- worse
    economy- worse
    food stamps- worse
    unemployment- worse
    fast & furious- worse
    solyndra-worse
    czars- worse
    racial tensions- worse
    under-employed- worse
    inflation- worse
    gas prices- worse
    standing in the world- worse
    egypt- worse
    libya- worse
    miliatry- worse
    bowing to others- worse
    having a son namerd trayvon- worse
    first lady- worse
    etc, etc, etc.

    • Nukeman60

      Hey, come on now. The economy may be down, our paychecks may be down, and our morale may be down since 2008. But Obama has, indeed, succeeded in getting unemployment up, food stamp usage up, gas prices up, world tension and fear up, and most importantly, Presidential vacations UP.

      • K-Bob

        Presidential golf rounds, up. Parties at the White House up. Failed “Green” companies supported by stimulus money up.

        • WestGAFlash

          Moochelle’s vacations UP!!!

  • hongryhawg

    Mr. Bolton, America thanks you for accepting the position of United States Secretary of State. You will do wonderfully, considering the weak act of the current holder of that office. And though Newt aspires to it, He Don’t Have It. He will certainly qualify as an ambassador of sorts, but Mr. Bolton would be the wise choice for Secretary of State of any aspiring nominee to POTUS, hands down.

  • MiketheMarine

    Thank God for democrats. We can thank Algore for inventing the internet and Maobama for killing Bin Laden. They are the party of superheroes.