Sunday, April 26, 2015

The Emperor's Learning Curve

By Chris Rossini

Marco Rubio claims to have the skills of an Emperor. You see, he's on the Senate Intelligence and Foreign Relations committees. That's a much better position to be in than some punk Governor:
“Governors can certainly read about foreign policy in briefings, and meet with experts, but there is no way they’ll be ready on day one to manage U.S. foreign policy because the learning curve alone would take a number of years, and you see that reflected in the history of the presidency.”
You know what doesn't take "a number of years" to learn?

The U.S. Constitution.

I know...I know...these "public servants" raise their right hand and swear to uphold the U.S. Constitution as a matter of tradition only. We all know that the whole ceremony is nothing more than a politician's very first official lie.

Instead, there's a very steep learning curve that apparently takes a number of years. And for what? The destruction of foreign peoples and lands, as well as the subjugation and bankruptcy of your own.

Yes, the learning curve is tough. The Emperor must decide which country to ruin next. He must decide whether to back Sunni here, or Shia there. He must decide whether a foreign goon is a "freedom fighter" or the enemy....a "moderate" or an "extremist".

It's all just a learning curve.

Rubio says he's got it. Ready "on day one to manage U.S. foreign policy".

Sheldon Adelson's lucre is starting to jingle.

1 comment:

  1. "Terminate with extreme prejudice" must be a familiar phrase to Marco and the boys in the senate as they work off a growing list of countries to be annihilated.