The left and the media have gone bonkers over the last few days skewering President Bush's comparison of the liberal push (adopted by Obama) to open diplomatic talks with terrorist groups like Hamas and nations that sponsor them like Iran and Syria with the failed attempt to appease Hitler in the build-up to World War II.
They've called Bush "divisive" and labeled his remarks "inappropriate" but who, if any, in the mainstream media have asked the question, "is Bush right?"
Neville Chamberlin and his fellow liberals truly believed that they could reason Hitler away from his sick dream of conquering Europe and eradicating Jews, gypsies, Jehovah's Witnesses, etc. Obama and his followers also seem to truly believe that they can construe some heretofore undiscovered nugget of logic that will persuade Iran to love the Israelis, Hamas to give up power and hug a Jew and the North Koreans to lay down their arms...and they make fun of Bush????
Does anybody with half a brain really believe that Mahmoud Ahmadinejad will stop denying the holocaust, recognize Israel's right to exist, halt a quest for nuclear weapons and cease funding terrorist groups because he and Barack become peeps? If you do believe it then do yourself a favor and throw out your bong.
The only thing that anti-Semitic, half-crazed, inbred tard will ever possibly do is to become the first mass murdering fascist to make business casual all the rage. I mean honestly what's with the rumpled clothes from J.C. Penny? Doesn't he look like a creepy high school math teacher who gets flipped off a lot behind his back? And is that a Member's Only Jacket? What is he, the last member?
Well, hey, there is a great chance that Obama will get elected and get the chance to sit down and rap with the clear headed, rational dictators of foreign nations publicly dedicated to eradicating Israel and killing all of us. Barack will then follow in the footsteps of great diplomats like Jimmy Carter and Bill Clinton who also promised to talk their way into a lasting peace in the middle east--that worked so well, didn't it?