Sometimes it almost seems like the only thing keeping John McCain alive and in the Senate are the times he gets to pretend he’s president by bashing President Trump and telling his adoring fellow establishment tools how things should be and would be, if only he were in charge.
Amnesty John isn’t satisfied with killing the last best chance to repeal Obamacare, he’s got to attack our President in any way possible. Trump’s comments about North Korea were irresistible to the self-serving RINO.
In response to President Trump’s warnings that continued provocation by N Korea would be met “with fire and fury like the world has never seen,” McCain told a local Arizona radio station, “I don’t know what he’s saying and I’ve long ago given up trying to interpret what he says, as he set about showing he knew exactly what President Trump had said and interpreting it.
“That kind of rhetoric, I’m not sure how it helps.” McCain favors that kind of talk when it comes to Russia and engages in it every chance he gets, because they’re not really a threat. Responding in a forceful manner to a rogue nation led by a madman doesn’t make much sense to the establishment tool. It’s not the war they’re looking for.
Maybe McCain can explain how his comments in March, referring to Korean leader Kim Jong-un as “that crazy fat kid” is the kind of rhetoric that meets his “high standard of helpfulness.” The North Koreans responded at the time by declaring his comments to be “hurting the dignity” of the North Korean leader, calling it the “manifestation of their worst hostility toward the DPRK.”
Who knows, Songbird, maybe there’s still a little sting from your comments factoring into their aggression and manifesting itself as hostility towards our nation as a whole. Kim’s crazy so who’s to say that’s not the case, eh Johnny?
McCain shows us a bit of restraint that he reserves for every nation other than Russia or Syria, and some of his arrogance by comparing himself to President Theodore Roosevelt and his “big stick” policy. McCain said, “In other words, the old walk softly but carry a big stick, Teddy Roosevelt’s saying, which I think is something that should’ve applied because all it’s going to do is bring us closer to a serious confrontation. I think this is very, very, very serious.”
McCain added, “I take exception to the president’s words because you got to be sure you can do what you say you’re going to do.” There’s no doubt that the United States can deliver what was promised to Kim, McCain, though the President does make it his policy not to telegraph a response. Fire and fury is not specific but we do know that it’s not something anyone other than a crazy fat kid would go looking for.
Since McCain is not privy to the deliberations, it would be nice if for once he would keep a promise and not try to interpret, or discredit and demean, what President Trump says.
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