Romney Reads Neo-Con Shopping List At VMI

Posted on | October 8, 2012 | 1 Comment

I just forced myself to watch Romney’s “foreign policy” speech at VMI—and it was a predictably delusional foray into messianic blathering about America’s supernatural greatness, about its mission to wallpaper the planet with military bootprints, and about its birthright to extract wealth and resources from those nations that refuse to cooperate with “our mission.”

He, like a clockwork figurine, waved a banner of hypocrisy that is transparent around the world. His grand strategy is reminiscent of juvenile genital comparisons in a middle school locker room.

Donald Rumsfeld said it was “terrific.”

William Kristol called it a “kinder, gentler neocon.”

Say “Goodnight,” Gracie.


One Response to “Romney Reads Neo-Con Shopping List At VMI”

  1. leslie griffith
    October 9th, 2012 @ 6:12 am


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