Defer to Rumsfeld
I know a lot of Republicans. Most of them are decent folk. But then I am reminded of the following:
If only Mitt had just gone away. But he just now said of the last presidential campaign, that he didn’t believe in what he said.
Mitt added that he should be in Washington now because he could get us out of this mess.
First Mitt, you didn’t make the Washington thing cut. Secondly, regarding what you just now said, are we to believe that you don’t believe in what you said or that you didn’t say what you meant?
In cases like this, we must defer to Donald Rumsfeld, who said, “We know what we know; we know what we don’t know; we don’t know what we don’t know, or do we?”
Then there is Alice Gore who repeatedly rants about Benghazi [DRC, Feb. 22 and March 10].
Where were your rants with Reagan and the 152 murdered Marines in Lebanon and then when Reagan skedaddled out?
Where were your rants for more than 3,000 people murdered on Sept. 11 when George Bush kept ignoring warnings?
Get hold of yourself and get an imaginary hold on your imaginary friend, Bubba, so I can write pleasant things.
But then there is poor Jeb Bush, who said history will be kind to his brother.
OK, Jeb, I’ll go along with it this time ... we’ll keep your brother out of the history books.