Thursday, September 5, 2013
The Obama Administration, and Democrats as a party, are officially beyond parody.
There is no joke you can make, or mocking barb you can toss, that is not immediately bought to life by some Democrat.
When Obama started to wobble on Syria, the wags and the bloggers pointed out that he surely was about to blame Bush for the current mess in the Middle East.
The ink was still wet on that particular lampoon when James Carville (D - Middle Earth), decided to make that argument.
Here is the exchange with Bill O'Reilly:
O’REILLY: Libya a mess. Iran is defiant.
CARVILLE: Come on, look. When is all of this — when was it not? I mean, Gaddafi is gone. It is a mess, I agree with that. But, you know what, it’s a mess and we haven’t lost any kids over there which says something and –
O’REILLY: I’m not sure that’s a litmus test, it doesn’t seem to be any clear vision on the part of President Obama. He doesn’t have — ‘here is what I want.’ He doesn’t have that.
CARVILLE: You know, what I would say and maybe a little bit of a different view here. I think what really is freaking people out is the incompetence of the Bush administration in Iraq.
O’REILLY: You’re going to blame Bush?
CARVILLE: Of course, the Iraq thing is why people have so much trepidation about going into Syria. They said the last time we went over there, look what happened. I really think this has something to do with it.
So there we have it people.
It is all Bush's fault.
And Parody is dead.