(Video) The President on the North Korean threat

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**Posted by Phineas

The Virtual President, that is. “President” Bill Whittle holds a press conference to explain American policy (and opinion of) North Korea in no uncertain terms:

Honest, direct, and no diplomatic weasel words such as “unacceptable,” “world opinion,” or my favorite, “the international community.” (1)

Neither bellicose nor warmongering; no chest-thumping to be seen. Just a clear, confident statement of the problem and the actions the president will take in defense of American national interest, American lives, and American allies. It’s like Walter Brennan used to say in “The Guns of Will Sonnett”No brag, just fact.

Isn’t that how an American president should be?

Footnote:
(1) Imagine me pausing for a moment to gag. Actually, no. You’re not imagining it at all.

(Crossposted at Public Secrets)

3 thoughts on “(Video) The President on the North Korean threat

  1. “Isn’t that how an American president should be?”

    Above all, he should not be a lying weasel Marxist community organizer. But what do I know? I’m simply a dumb country boy workin’ my way through life, part of the great unwashed, and he’s the DiC.

  2. @drew…yes, if only! What do you think O will do if Kim what’s his face actually fires a missile? I really don’t know and that scares me!

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