Too bad for Germany that someone like Øgutless wasn't president when its armed forces deliberately sunk the Lusitania during the First World War.
nstead of issuing the Kaiser an ultimatum, the White House might have offered him "any assistance we can to help determine what happened and why." That is, before cavalierly yukking it up with reporters and giving Wilhelm II a good laugh, too.
Too bad, also, for Japan and Spain that someone like our appeaser-in-chief wasn't president following the "tragedies" of, respectively, Pearl Harbor in 1941, and the Maine in 1898. Just think of all the major wars our nation could have avoided!
Had Presidents McKinley, Wilson, and Roosevelt each said, "It looks like it may be a terrible tragedy," we'd all be experiencing the incredible joys of speaking only Spanish, German, and/or Japanese now.
“You elected him twice! And the world’s paying the price,
and so are we!”
Labels: aided and comforted enemies, anti-America liberals (BIRM), gutless ONEder, liberalism: THE ideology of fear, liberals are always extreme, surrender monkeys, treason, World War IV, Worst. pResident. Ever.
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