Monday, April 06, 2009

"Words must mean something."

"Words must mean something," said The Obamessiah in Prague.

Yes, except when said by a politician.

When the Messiah says he doesn't want to control the car industry, that doesn't mean he doesn't want to dictate what that industry does, and who sits on its boards of directors.

When he says he doesn't want to control the banking industry, that doesn't mean he wants bank's bailout money back -- much more difficult to control them then.

When he talks about freedom and liberty, it doesn't mean he wants them, any more than Tehran or Pyongyang mean it when they say they want "peace."

Or, even when he says anything about anything, it means he has a frigging clue what he's talkng about -- as even the Guardian has realised by now.

Although when Helen Clark, according to her husband, says she "felt NZ rejected her," that doesn't mean she isn't right. She was. Comprehensively.

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Anonymous Mark said...

If I was the Banker I would write the cheque and tell B H Obama publicly to fuck off.

4/10/2009 05:55:00 pm  

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