Thursday, November 26, 2009

How is that new Iran policy working out for you?
Mike Rappaport

Yes, that means you, President Obama.  The New York Times reports that Iran apologist and UN nuclear investigator Mohamed El Baradei says "that it ha[s] been more than a year since Iran had answered questions about the extent of its nuclear ambitions, including suspicions that it is pursuing nuclear weapons. . . . We have effectively reached a dead end, unless Iran engages fully with us."

Now what has been going on for the last year?  Can't quite figure it out.  Some new leader got elected a year ago?  Can't remember.

Is it too soon to call Barack Obama one of the worst President's of all time?  Well, I suppose it depends on what you mean.  I think that judging his proposed policy objectives clearly puts him in that category.  But, thankfully, he has only instituted some of them so far, so maybe its premature.  He may be helped by congressional resistance over the time of his presidency, like the last Democratic President was.  Sadly, President Bush did not get much help in that direction. 

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As much as Our Friend In The White House chagrins me, he is a long way off from my two candidates for "last in the class": James Buchanan (allowed the Secesh to get off to a running start without lifting a finger to stop of even slow the process); and Woodrow Wilson (whose lies kept him in the White House in 1916, and whose stiff-necked imbecility kept Europe from anything even faintly resembling a just and lasting peace).

Posted by: David | Nov 26, 2009 1:10:56 PM

"Is it too soon to call Barack Obama one of the worst President's of all time?" But you are spoiled for choice - practically every one, bar Geo Washington and Silent Cal.

Posted by: dearieme | Nov 26, 2009 3:35:32 PM

Yeah, Wilson was very bad, as was Roosevel and Johnson among others. I didn't say the worst, but one of the worst.

Posted by: Mike Rappaport | Nov 27, 2009 1:38:55 AM