Friday, April 13, 2007

MORE ABOUT THE DEMOCRATS AND THEIR "ALTERNATIVE FOREIGN POLICY" INITIATIVES


David Limbaugh, an remarkably gifted writer and thinker, opines today in his Jewish World Review column:

"Their puerile petulance is one thing, but we are talking about an area over which the president is primarily in charge: foreign policy. This means it is incumbent on them to come to the White House to discuss the matter. Chief Justice John Marshall wrote, "The President is the sole organ of the nation in its external affairs, and its sole representative with foreign nations.… The [executive] department is entrusted with the whole foreign intercourse of the nation." But these Democrats will not honor protocol, will not play by the rules and will not respect their constitutional role, even though their abominable behavior guarantees negative consequences to our national security and fighting forces."

*****
"Meanwhile, Harry Reid fiddles, the globe-trotting Nancy Pelosi flouts presidential authority and the Logan Act, Sen. Biden waxes negative and Sen. Byrd exhorts all of these charlatans to ratchet up their mischief. "

*****
"If I were not actually witnessing this spectacle unfold before our eyes, I wouldn't believe it. "


NEITHER WOULD I, FOLKS, NEITHER WOULD I.

3 comments:

Paul said...

Speaking of practicing foreign policy:

“So how do you motivate the Maliki government? Well, one of the ways is go sit down and have dinner with him like Lindsey Graham and I did last week,” he said, alluding to his Republican colleague from South Carolina. He said that he and Mr. Graham had warned Prime Minister Nuri Kamal al-Maliki that the patience of the American public was running out. Many members of the Bush administration and other lawmakers have met with Mr. Maliki to make the same point.

Gayle Miller said...

MEMBERS OF THE BUSH ADMINISTRATION is the operative phrase. Doing so without the guidance of the State Department and the approval of the Commander in Chief is just WRONG. Sorry paul dear, you aren't going to win this one!

Paul said...

I thought Lindsey Graham was a member of congress.