B. Hussein reveals his inner amateur

FOX News - Many police officers across the country have a message for President Barack Obama Get all the facts before criticizing one of our own. Obama's public criticism that Cambridge officers "acted stupidly" when they arrested black Harvard professor Henry Louis Gates Jr. could make it harder for police to work with people of color, some officers said Thursday. It could even set back the progress in race relations that helped Obama become the nation's first African-American president, they said.

"What we don't need is public safety officials across the country second-guessing themselves," said David Holway, president of the International Brotherhood of Police Officers, which represents 15,000 public safety officials around the country. "The president's alienated public safety officers across the country with his comments." ......"That was totally inappropriate. I am disgraced that he is our commander-in-chief," Stephen Killion said. "He smeared the good reputation of the hard-working men and women of the Cambridge Police Department. It was wrong to do. It was disgraceful," the web site quoted him as saying.
The way I see it, Hussein O heard half the story, jumped to conclusions and opened his mouth before his brain could engage. Perhaps that enormous chip about his skin color that he carries around on his shoulder interfered with the information from getting all the way to his brain. Speaking of amateurs and communists, I never thought I'd agree with commies on something, but I gotta admit, the scumbags have a point.
FOX News - Secretary of State Hillary Clinton suggested Thursday she's holding out hope that North Korea will rejoin nuclear disarmament talks, even as the country's foreign ministry descended into low-brow name-calling -- describing Clinton as a "primary schoolgirl" and calling her unintelligent. North Korean representatives also said the so-called six-party talks are "over" and "dead," and rejected as "nonsense" the United States' plan to offer the country new incentives.

The war of words was just the latest sign of the trouble the United States is having in bringing the communist regime back to the negotiating table. The tit-for-tat apparently started when Clinton earlier compared the regime to "unruly children" demanding attention. North Korea's foreign ministry fired back, calling Clinton a "funny lady" who sometimes "looks like a primary schoolgirl and sometimes a pensioner going shopping." The ministry was quoted as calling her remarks "vulgar" and saying "she is by no means intelligent."
And he's right, read on and you'll see why, you see the state department responded in kind but even after all the insults and sniping remarks back and forth the dumbass still won't learn. Heck even Bush tried a bit of leftist rewarding of bad behavior and failed, but they refuse to learn from that.
But Crowley and Clinton both indicated the United States is not giving up on the rogue regime.
They might has well have just shut up and took it on the chin, because there's no point responding with empty words when you can do more. The other thing I wonder is, would Hillary and the jelly-spined state department be so understanding, so water-off-a-ducks-back if it were an Israel that called her a dumbass. I don't know about you folks, but I think that this sort of appeasement is only reserved for the scum of the earth. That leftist fascination with evil rearing its ugly head again.

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