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Monday, January 18, 2010

That damned...What Now?

What's Mallard raving about today?

Foreign Policy, President Obama, Oprah Winfrey, Robyn Okrant.

Now, I'd defy Mallard to back that statement up with some sort of example, but of course, Mallard is all about McCarthy-esque accusation with no proof or substantiation.

Mind you, if Mallard had his way, our Vice President would be someone so ignorant that they never heard of the Foreign Policy doctrine created by President Bush.

12 comments:

deepbeep said...

His complaint against the United States foreign policy is... what, exactly? The Department of State flies to Ukraine and spends an entire day being excited about menopause education?

i-hate, I may be presumptuous here but please don't go off on Oprah again. We already know that she's your mortal enemy. There are bigger fish to fry than a sappy TV show for women!

Toots McGee said...

Drivel

Iron Dragon said...

Maybe he views foreign aid in the same track as Oprah giving away things on her show? This is another odd one.

dlauthor said...

Uh-oh, looks like all the blacks are in league! Time for the Freedom-Lovers Who Really Aren't Racist Because It's Them Colored Folks Who Is the Real Racists You Know to send their standard-bearer, the lazy drunk who can barely draw, into action!

Kip W said...

Ignore the middle part. Just play "six differences" with the two expressionless, staring duck-things. I got to three before I started screaming.

Erich said...

On the bright side, at least Tinsley forgot that the 18th is Martin Luther King Jr. Day...I'd cringe to see him paying lip service to the man whose efforts Tinsley is constantly trying to undermine.

Anonymous said...

Instead we got a VP who thinks FDR went on television in 1929 to reassure Americans about the Stock Market crash. And we got Bush III for President.

dlauthor said...

Oh, Anonyrast. You can't pretend to dislike Bush now. We know you too well, sadly. It'd be like if you pretended to dislike the boys' swimwear sections of old Sears catalogs.

Bill the Splut said...

Bush's foreign policy was stolen from Stephen King.

GeoX said...

I personally do not believe these accusations that our resident troll is a pedophile--but it's puzzling to me that he continues to refuse to answer the troubling questions that so many people have raised. He could easily clear up all this lingering doubt--so why does he persist in refusing to address an issue of concern to so many Americans?

rewinn said...

Oprah is one of the most successful persons on the planet, and she got there using to old-fashioned American virtues of hard work and smarts.

She didn't have a rich daddy or even one that was president, and she's never lied our troops into dying in a far-off land. She's been highly successful by studying problems and figuring out good solutions.

On the evidence, Mallard is praising Obama's approach to foreign policy.

exanonymous said...

I never understood this mocking of Oprah. The entire premise for why Rush, FOX, and everything else is good and right hinges on number of viewers and salaries.

All of which Oprah beats hands down.

But they mock her. What is she, one of their mythical welfare queens who's REALLY lucky at managing food stamps?