newt gingrich has passed gas in response to the commander-in-chief's presentation of his NCAA final four picks on ESPN. ought to be focusing on more weighty matters, intones the flatulent one:
"'You know, the president has this fixation with the Final Four. Spent time on ESPN giving us his version of what really mattered to him, which is the Final Four,' Newt Gingrich said on Fox News Channel Thursday night. 'What's strange is, with all of these crises, how can you focus that kind of time and attention as president of the United States -- not as a private citizen, not as a spectator, not as a hobby?'" latimes.com
funny how obama can't ever seem to quite get it right with these guys. they've been hollering about how he's a socialist invader from another galaxy, or channeling his late father's anti-imperialist, drunken rants. newty particularly liked that last bit, calling it one of the most insightful analyses he's read on the president.
so get it straight, guys... is obama a red-blooded american, or what?
either he's a big fan of NCAA basketball or he's a pinko agent -- can't have it both ways.
i've got no great love for obama, but then the newtered one makes the following observation, which makes me grateful for the idiot we have, rather than the one who's speaking:
"The president announced on March 3, 'Kadafi has to go.' … [Eisenhower and Reagan] would have made sure that he was gone. There are a lot of ways to get rid of a dictator if you want to. This idea that we posture, we talk, we have diplomatic meetings. … This is very weak," he said.
i suppose newtie would have gone straight in to tripoli and announced that we were taking over. he probably hasn't noticed that we're already occupying two muslim countries as it is, and because his political party believes that deficits don't matter (dick cheney), there's no limit to the number of invasions and occupations we can simultaneously maintain. somebody ought to give newt a calculator, which he might find handy in situations where the absence of a brain could be a disadvantage.