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Hey! Let’s Outsource the President!

Posted by bosskitty on April 30, 2007

Today’s New York Times front page article pleads for someone with brains.

Stephen J. Hadley, President Bush’s national security adviser, is in the market for someone who “has Star Power” — with the hope of saving Iraq.

“Mr. Hadley is interviewing candidates, including military generals, for a new high-profile job that people in Washington are calling the war czar.”

My previous post (SAGAW) may proffer some candidates that for you, Mr. Hadley.  Our military service academies make sure their graduates are thoroughly familiar with the U. S. Constitution and the Declaration of Independence.  They are educated to be leaders.  They are educated to analyze and deduce solutions to untenable situations.  They also have better ideas about what presents real or imagined threats. Sorry, those decisions were already made by GOP royalty, but they might have more of a clue how to redirect and protect our human resources.  They may not be experts in navigating the convoluted political quagmire they will inherit, but they have educated intellectual tools to work with, unlike …..

If the corporations who rule this country can outsource their workforce and the president outsource a Commander-In-Chief, then, why can America’s voters outsource the president?

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3 Responses to “Hey! Let’s Outsource the President!”

  1. I’ll chip in to buy him a one-way ticket to Paraguay! 🙂

  2. neilaquino said

    I would like to outsource the President and in his place have Chuck Barris from the old Gong Show as President. When a bill comes from Congress, Barris could either sign it or gong it out.

  3. nytexan said

    These guys talk out of both sides of their mouth. Hadley wants someone to save Iraq and Bush says there’s progress in Iraq. So which lie is it?

    Once Hadley finds the war czar we should impeach Bush for being too incompetent to do his own job. Among other reasons.

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