Saturday, November 14, 2015

Timing award 2

John Kasich, 3:25 pm EST Nov. 13: Ohio Gov. John Kasich had harsh words for President  Barack Obama’s decision to send roughly 50 military advisors to support rebels in Syria’s civil war late last month.

John Kasich 6:30 pm EST Nov. 14: Because “an attack on one is an attack on all of us,” Ohio Gov. John Kasich says NATO must launch military action against ISIS in response to Friday’s terror attacks in Paris.

Kasich the hawk says he wants to "convene meetings immediately." Our man of action.

Go home John, go home. To DC, I mean. Or maybe Pennsylvania.

Bonus tidbit: How the press helps a guy out. Only Obama usually gets this treatment, but hey, it's a hometowner.

"He did take issue with Obama’s plan to admit at least 10,000 Syrian refugees to the U.S. over the next year. While he came out in support of the proposal about two months ago, he changed his mind a couple of weeks later after an admission by the Obama administration that it could not weed out terrorists from the flow of refugees."

Well, hell, I'd change my mind too. I didn't know that.


Anonymous Denver Guy said...

While I can understand France and Germany's dilemma, what with hundreds of thousands of Syrian refugees arriving, how can our government claim it can't background check 10,000 people? I mean really, I bet the US Government hires more than 10,000 people in most months!

8:20 AM, November 15, 2015  
Blogger ColumbusGuy said...

Seems pretty straightforward. There's no database these people will be a part of (except of course for those, presumably few, say, less than 100 of the 10,000, who were released from Gitmo), so no background check can be run.

And that assumes Obama's crack corps kept anything resembling an identifying indicator, such as a fingerprint.

So, the obvious conclusion is, let them in, and pontificate endlessly about how immoral it is to limit it to 10,000. Unquestionably Ted Cruz's racism is keeping them out and causing the terrorism.

Now can we please get back to CNN coverage of a transgendered 19 year old at Missouri?

10:15 AM, November 15, 2015  

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