massive powerful herbivorous odd-toed ungulate of southeast Asia and Africa having very thick skin and one or two horns on the snout.
passive weak thumb-sucking knock-kneed neophyte of the liberal wing of the Republican party having very thin skin and no more than one or two vertebrae in the spine.
I’m beginning to think we need to change the GOP mascot from an elephant to a RINO, but this animal would be terribly sway-backed, for the lack of a spine.
Our eldest Senate RINO and senior “Republican” on the Senate Armed Services Committee thinks the President needs to “announce that on [September] the 15th that in consultations with our senior military commanders he’s decided to initiate the first step of the withdrawal of our forces”. Who pray tell am I speaking of? None other than the Virginia octagenarian John Warner, one of the infamous Seven Dwarves, the sad sack RINO half of the Gang of 14 who plunged a dagger deep into the back of then Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist.
Well Senator Warner let me be one of the first to congratulate you for not only cutting the legs out from under General David Petraeus, but also for making it on the Al-Jazeera English – Front Page! And I must say Senator Warner your comments are playing well in the Arab world, playing that is into the belief that we as a country no longer are capable of winning a war.
Check out this gem of a comment from Mishmish of Egypt: “Had the US foreign policy makers read history, they would not get involved in any war after Vietnam”
You know what’s really sad about that comment? There is a lot of truth in that because looking at the past conduct of the American Congress and its lack of courage and willingness to undermine not only our Commander-in-Chief, but also our national security, we should have thought more than twice about entering this war. With the current crop of RINOs we have serving in the Congress, I will seriously consider any further military action until they are collecting their undeserved pension. (Don’t even get me started on that!)
May I encourage you to email Senator Warner to express your opinion on his performance today, or better yet, give him a call! (202) 224-2023
And please be nice!