Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Whiter than white Pot John McCain Calling the Obama Kettle Black?
John McCain calls Obama naive, while posing repeatedly
with both islamic terrorists and Ukraine Neo-Nazis

John McCain criticized President Obama - AGAIN. He called the President naive, while being consistently wrong on every item of foreign policy in the past five years. He was wrong on Libya opposition Islamo-terrorists, he was wrong on Georgia, he was wrong on Syria and he is wrong again, in the most epic embarrassing way, on Ukraine. Let's not forget as well, that this is the  same crazy old white guy who picked Sarah Palin to be his VP candidate, in spite of HER grotesque ignorance about BOTH domestic and foreign policy.

John McCain seems to have his foot permanently wedged into his mouth like the fossil image to the left.

John McCain is the poster senator for bad judgment in the area of foes and foreign policy decisions. He is a fool, who like Michele Bachmann's right wing persistent displays of ignorance, embarrasses and interferes with legitimate serious foreign policy. Remember that little screw-up, September 2013, when she claimed that the Muslim Brotherhood was responsible for 9/11? The radical right has a huge problem with credibility in the area of Foreign policy.

The Radical Right are BUNGLERS and FOOLS, who are horrifyingly fact-challenged, and apparently incapable and incompetent at performing any useful, practical research on the topic of who are the good guys and who are the bad guys. Not that I'm a fan of the Muslim Brotherhood - I'm not. But we need to identify them correctly and accurately for what they do -- and do not do. The Obama administration, under first Hillary Clinton, and then John Kerry have done so.
From the Huff Po:
Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) suggested the Muslim Brotherhood was behind the 9/11 attacks during a press conference in Egypt on Saturday.

"We have seen the threat that the Muslim Brotherhood has posed here for the people in Egypt. We have seen the threat that the Muslim Brotherhood has posed around the world," Bachmann said. "We stand against this great evil. We are not for them. We remember who caused 9/11 in America. We remember who it was that killed 3,000 brave Americans. We have not forgotten.”

The Muslim Brotherhood denounced the attacks shortly after they occurred, with several leaders saying they were "horrified by the events" of September 11.
Here we have John McCain with al-Quaeda in Syria:With this kind of track record, John McCain should just SHUT UP. One oops would be embarrassing; this extensive PATTERN of gaffes and goof-ups and mistakes are just too extensive to give this man a moment's credence. He is embarrassing his constituents (God knows they are a group generally without shame or conscience in AZ) and he is embarrassing the entire country, meddling in foreign policy where he should but out, as it is NOT part of his job description (that is part of the executive branch).
U.S. Senator John McCain, right,
meets Ukrainian opposition leaders Arseniy Yatsenyuk, left,
and Oleh Tyahnybok in Kiev, Ukraine, Saturday, Dec. 14, 2013.
photo and caption courtesy of Business Insider

Remember the radical right wing neo-nazi crazies -- like Norway's Anders Breivik, who shot up and bombed that country, killing both unarmed adults and especially unarmed teens? THOSE guys across Europe are the kind of guys that McCain is posing with in Ukraine.

"Protests continue in the Ukrainian capital after an endorsement from US Senator John McCain but at the heart of the movement in Kiev lies an extreme right wing party with links to the BNP.

Ukraine protests - links to the far right? (Reuters)

Ukraine's pro-EU protests show no sign of stopping – US Senator John McCain dined with opposition leaders this weekend, including the extreme far-right Svoboda party.

During his trip the former US presidential candidate met with government and opposition figures, but gave his endorsement to the pro-Europe protesters.

Senator McCain later waved to protesters from the stage in Independence Square during a mass rally in Kiev, standing with Oleh Tyahnybok, leader of the anti-Semitic Svoboda party.

Then we have the well-documented Libya / McCain's naivete about al-Queda -- :
from the American Conservative -- just to show that this assessment, unlike McCain's, is NOT exclusively partisan:

When McCain flew to Libya last week to give his support to rebel leaders fighting against the Gaddafi regime, the Senator said: “I have met with these brave fighters, and they are not Al-Qaeda… To the contrary: They are Libyan patriots who want to liberate their nation. We should help them do it.”

McCain met with Libyan rebel leaders and concluded that they are not Al-Qaeda. But there remains a problem. Who is saying that these people are Al-Qaeda? Libyan rebel leaders.

Admitting to having received support from Al-Qaeda, the UK Telegraph reported of Libyan rebel leader Abdel-Hakim al-Hasidi last month: “Mr al-Hasidi insisted his fighters ‘are patriots and good Muslims, not terrorists,’ but added that the ‘members of al-Qaeda are also good Muslims and are fighting against the invader.”

If it is true that Mr. McCain has a better grasp on who-is and who-is-not Al-Qaeda than Libyan rebel leaders, then the Senator is innocent in his new alliance. But if it is true that Libyan rebel leaders have a better grasp of who makes up their ranks than an Arizona senator: John McCain supports Al-Qaeda.

So, we have McCain and the rest of the radical right faulting Clinton and Kerry for failing to correctly identify al-Quaeda..... while CONVENIENTLY forgetting their own role in supporting al-Quaeda, and seeking to arm our enemies, more than once.

McCain and for that matter the other RWNJ's have no legitimate platform, based on their own gaffes, goofs, and epic failures from which they can criticize  EITHER President Obama or his administrations State Department, except in their dreams - and in our nightmares.

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