Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Uncle Dear Leader Wants You

While FReeper review I found and interesting link at HillaryClintonForums. The essence being that Biden's odd warning about Obama being challenged in the first six months ( such he get elected ) may have been a hint that Dear Leader would bring back the draft. In an interview with Judy Woodruff the Messiah prophesied:
But it’s also important that a president speaks to military service as an obligation not just of some, but of many. You know, I traveled, obviously, a lot over the last 19 months. And if you go to small towns, throughout the Midwest or the Southwest or the South, every town has tons of young people who are serving in Iraq and Afghanistan. That’s not always the case in other parts of the country, in more urban centers. And I think it’s important for the president to say, this is an important obligation. If we are going into war, then all of us go, not just some...

And by the way, we will deploy you in some difficult areas, but that’s part of what it means to be an American and to serve and to sacrifice...
It would be hilarious to see the anti-war moonbats, having ushered in the advent of their Messiah, realize that maybe they should have followed reason instead of emotional symbolism in the voting booth while they freeze in the mountains of Afghanistan.

So the next time you see photos of young moonbats on the march in Seattle, San Fransisco or New York City spouting anti-troop bilge keep this idea in mind and have a chuckle at their expense. Believe I'll pour me a big cup of schadenfreude and laugh my ass off.

Biden has opened the door and Republican pundits need to stick their foot in and ask if he meant Obama was going to bring back the draft. Hire people in the rope lines to yell out the question. Hammer it until Obama is forced to make a statement. Talk about losing the youth vote overnight.

An additional observations here; nobody is likely to challenge McCain. Keep in mind for all the tough talk of the Iranians about the hostages they were released on the very day that Reagan came into office because the rumors of the time indicated Reagan might nuke them out of existence. I think they have an idea where McCain stands.

The other thing I'd like to mention is that a good leader will not ask of those under him to do anything he isn't willing to do himself. We know McCain has more that met that measure. When Obama says he thought about joining the military he decided not to so he could pursue his life's journey towards his mission. At the end of that mission he may demand that others do what he was unwilling to do.

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