30 June 2008

Pots 'n' Kettles

Photo: (August 27, 1994) Lt. General Wesley Clark meets and exchanges hats with Serbian war criminal Ratko Mladic. Clark accepted as gifts from Mladic a hat, bottle of brandy and a pistol inscribed in Cyrrilic. A US official complained of Clark’s unauthorized visit: “It's like cavorting with Hermann Goering.”

The simple fact that EX-general wes clark is still wasting perfectly good oxygen is bad enough, but the additional fact that he's continuing to spew his ass-kissin', self-serving bullshit to the media just makes things worse.

Show of hands:
How many people know that - except for the level-headedness of a British general - the incompetent punk clark nearly started a war with the Russians when he got into a pissing contest with them over who should be in charge of the
Pristina air field in Bosnia?

And that incompetent, posturing jackass has the nerve to talk shit about mccain?

Don't get me wrong - I'm no fan of mccain, who's as ate-up as a soup-sandwich with his compulsive obsession to try to make liberalites like him - but for a consumate poppinjay like clark to trash-talk mccain's war record?

Sure, now snob-ama (whose ass has clark's lip stick all over it) is "distancing himself from the remarks".

Right.

Wind up the little clark-toy, point him at mccain, then deny you did it.

Same shit, different shovel....and snob-ama is supposed to be the "candidate of change"?

You bet'cha....and this summer I'll be competing in the freestyle truck-tossing event in Beijing, too..........

2 comments:

MK said...

Had no idea about him and that Russian thing, thanks TS. Though i do view anyone kissing Obambi's ass in a very dubious light, thanks for confirming my suspicions.

MK said...

For the fourth - Happy Birthday America, may you have many, many more and thank you for what you are, a beacon for what is good, for freedom, for liberty, for hope in this dark and dangerous world and for being the protective brother who we don't appreciate and acknowledge enough.

Thank you most of all to your sons and daughters who put their lives on the line, in distant parts of the world for those they don't even know, for something bigger than themselves.