Tuesday, June 22, 2010
E. Pluribus Unum
One out of the MANY incredibly stupid, vapid, inane, trite, and at the end of the day INCORRECT banalities spewed by cliche-in-chief Barack Hussein:
“The one answer I will not settle for is the idea that this challenge is somehow too big and too difficult to meet. You see, the same thing was said about our ability to produce enough planes and tanks in World War II.” Barack Obama, live from the Oval Orifice.
Since the imposter-in-chief doesn't seem to know anything about history, let's be the first to tell him that NO ONE doubted America's manufacturing capabilities during WWII. The Japs banked on the incorrect presumption that their soldiers would be better fighters than ours, the Krauts believed their technology to be superior, but neither was dumb enough to say that America...the land of the never-ending assembly line...could not make lots and lots of stuff.
This is what happens when you elect an affirmative-action leader who was promoted to higher levels of learning predicated upon effort (PRESENT!) as opposed to results. But good Lord; do ya think the man would pick up a book now and then and actually learn something about something?