John McCain’s ‘Scorn and Disdain’

By Cole

And a Merry Christmas to him, too.

Obama’s finally putting a lid on Bush’s wrongheaded fiasco in Iraq, and Republicans are stomping their sour grapes. Apparently, squandering $1 trillion and killing 4,500 Americans and 100,000 Iraqis isn’t enough. The GOP wants more waste and bloodshed under its tree this Christmas.

On the final combat troop withdrawal, John McCain declared to the Senate, “I believe that history will judge this president’s leadership with the scorn and disdain it deserves.”

Yeah, like McCain’s stellar “leadership” when he unleashed that opportunistic nitwit, Sarah Palin, as his running mate. Three years later, she’s still spewing stupidity across the lower 48.

Republicans claim that Iraq is still so unstable, it will probably fall into Iran’s arms and stop being our friend.

Since we decided to shove democracy down its throat, when has Iraq ever been our friend? If Iraqis haven’t learned self-governance after nearly 9 years of hand-holding, what makes McCain think they’ll catch on if we stay 9 more — or 100?

Granted, facing reality is a real strain for Republicans, but the fact is that being a mess is the norm in the Middle East. We’ve watched them riot and depose murderous rulers they’ve tolerated for decades, only to end up going, “Ruh, roh! Now what?”

Even if Arab countries could fulfill their hearts’ desire and wipe out Israel, they’d probably just start picking fights with each other and escalate hostilities toward Christians, just for the fun of it. That region will NEVER be mini-America.

Nor should we want it to. Nearly half the U.S. is living in poverty or close to it, with little hope of escape.

Inadequate, unaffordable healthcare is steadily sucking the economy dry with NO end in sight, but Americans are in poorer health than those in most other industrialized nations.

Republicans have “scorn and disdain” for our black leader and try to keep him from accomplishing ANYTHING whenever they can.

Is that what McCain wants the Middle East to aspire to?

If they really do love this country so much and want to lead it again, McCain and his cronies would do better to stop deifying every wack-job who comes down the pike wanting Obama’s job, forget countries they can’t control, and start getting proactive about what CAN be fixed here at home.


3 Responses to John McCain’s ‘Scorn and Disdain’

  1. Anne Linde says:

    You and I are of the same mind. Thank you for printing your opinions about people who would rather break the country’s back than to give the once ” working stiff ‘ A break!

  2. catsworking says:

    Anne, we’ve got LimPaw, Beck, Coulter, O’Reilly, Hannity running their mouths non-stop, convincing the most gullible, non-thinking people in this country that the Republicans are on their side, while kow-towing to the 1% (their brethren) and special interests and opposing ANYTHING that could help the average “working stiff” have any sort of a safety net.

    If cats can’t feel free to hiss and spit “Foul!” at that on behalf of our owners, who can?

  3. Tuxi says:

    Amen, Brother Cole! It’s time for the GOPers and Tea Party to go away and I have the perfect location! Planets were recently discovered and because of their proximity to the sun they are considered to be “hotter than Hell”. Sounds about right to me for that bunch!

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