CRANKY CLINTON'S HER OWN WORST ENEMY.
AFTER THE DISASTROUS LAUNCH OVER HER CAMPAIGN, SHE'S NOW ATTACKING THE PRESS.
REACHED FOR COMMENT BY THESE REPORTERS, CRANKY EXPLAINED SHE'D HIRED SEAN PENN TO HELP HER GET IN TOUCH WITH HER FEMININE SIDE "YOU KNOW, THE WAY NAOMI WOLF HELPED AL GORE LOOK HUMAN OR THE WAY RENEE ZELLWIGGER MADE TOM CRUISE A BETTER MAN IN 'JERRY MCGUIRE'?"
As we were noting Friday, Diana Ohlbaum blew her chance to explore a serious topic via her own dirty whoring. The Hill published her "Republicans' revisionist history on Iraq" possibly in an attempt to open her up to the public ridicule she now so richly deserves.
In a tacky poly blend of fact and fiction, she offers this mouth dropper:
It was President George W. Bush who signed the security agreement with Iraq that set a date of Dec. 31, 2011 for all U.S. forces to withdraw from the country.
Because Bully Boy Bush did a treaty with Iraq, no one else can.
It's a liar posing as a child's view of the world.
By this 'logic'?
He left no time to regret
Kept his dick wet
With his same old safe bet
Me and my head high
And my tears dry
Get on without my guy
You went back to what you knew
So far removed from all that we went through
And I tread a troubled track
My odds are stacked
I'll go back to black
-- "Back to Black," written by Amy Winehouse and Mark Ronson, first appears on Amy's Back to Black album
So by the liar's 'logic,' since Bully Boy Bush got his dick wet, Barack must be a virgin, right?
In an either/or, dichotomous binary world, that is the only possible outcome, right?
By her 'logic.'
It's a 'logic' that's fact-free.
Here's Barack speaking about it on June 19, 2014:
Q Just very quickly, do you wish you had left a residual force in Iraq? Any regrets about that decision in 2011?
THE PRESIDENT: Well, keep in mind that wasn’t a decision made by me; that was a decision made by the Iraqi government. We offered a modest residual force to help continue to train and advise Iraqi security forces. We had a core requirement which we require in any situation where we have U.S. troops overseas, and that is, is that they're provided immunity since they're being invited by the sovereign government there, so that if, for example, they end up acting in self-defense if they are attacked and find themselves in a tough situation, that they're not somehow hauled before a foreign court. That's a core requirement that we have for U.S. troop presence anywhere.
That's right. Barack tried to get a new agreement but failed.
A fact that a cheap whore who can't even get honest about her politics thought she'd lie about in an article slamming Republicans for lying.
I don't need cheap whores.
None of us who are trying to tell the truth need cheap whores 'helping' us.
All their lying does it obscure reality even further.
I am trying to be as honest about Iraq as I can be because the Iraqi people matter.
I'm not the whore Bob Somerby who announced this week that his entire reason for existence online is to elect Democrats (Ruth noted it here).
Lies are not helping the Iraqi people, lies have never helped the Iraqi people.
The lie that sanctions were a 'humane' way to avoid war didn't help the Iraqi people.
The lie that Iraq had WMD didn't help the Iraqi people.
Democratic politicians were the ones chiefly responsible for the first lie, Republican politicians were the ones chiefly responsible for the second.
A lot of politicians did a lot of lying and, thing is, politicians lie all the time. It's only when whores enable them that their lies have traction.
It's only when filthy whores see themselves as something better than they are -- cheap tricks who will be used and tossed aside -- and lie for politicians. Diana Ohlbaum is just the latest whore to sling a tired ass.
Third, it is clear that leaving U.S. troops in for longer, or returning them now, would not essentially change the fundamentals of the conflict. ISIS and other extremist forces are expanding, not for lack of powerful enemies, but because those enemies are themselves so abhorrent. The repressive, violent and corrupt regimes in Syria and Iran are the chief antagonists and targets of ISIS. By inserting ourselves into this fight, we unavoidably strengthen the very regimes we find so repugnant and so threatening to U.S. interests in the region.
Is that clear?
No, it's not.
And you have to be a damn liar to claim otherwise.
I have been speaking out against the Iraq War since February 2003 -- one month before it started.
It is still going on and I am still speaking out.
But opposition to the illegal war or the desire to stop it does not give me the excuse to lie about it.
The drawdown of US forces is December 2011.
And immediately Nouri al-Maliki
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