PROGRAM NOTE: Watch Ralph Peters talking to Michell Malkin about this subject on the O'Reilly Factor on Fox at 11pm EDT, and tomorrow at 4am EDT
Barry Hussein has been runnin' off at the mouth for months now, but recently, he stepped up the pace and it's getting attention.
Today's New York Post editorial said this:
"If he's serious, he's dangerous
And the Post is only referring to that part of the Obamafesto wherein if he were President, he would unilaterally invade Pakistan if the need arose.
The Post should have labeled him "world-class dangerous." And that's got nothing to do with whether or not he'd actually mount such an invasion, it's about the fact that he'd even entertain such an idea and then voice it.
Of course he wouldn't actually do such a thing, he was merely trying to sound tough, and for the first time in ages, Republicans and Democrats alike agreed that he failed utterly.
But that's not even the worst of it for Obo. It seems that Col. Ralph Peters was also paying attention, and he has this to say:
In critiquing the senator's happy-go-lucky belligerency, I have two disadvantages: Unlike Obama, I actually served in the military and, unlike the senator, I've actually been in the stretch of Pakistan he speaks so merrily of invading.
So look for the new Hussein, aka, Barry Backdown to come along soon.
And in the meantime, let's see if we can follow the trail BO would set out on if elected…
He'd pull out of Iraq and pretend it doesn't exist.
He'd close Guantanamo and give current prisoners an airline ticket to the destination of their choice. Would that include family members and spending money?
He'd have a virtual poker game with Kim, Chavez, Ahmaginejad… and Castro if he's not too dead yet.
And he'd get all his new friends to agree that invading Pakistan is just the ticket for world peace.,,
"Go after al Qaeda? You bet. Anywhere, anytime. But we've got to do it in a way that makes military sense. A general staff recruited from MoveOn.org isn't going to enhance our security. The only thing Obama accomplished with his wild-eyed pistol-waving yesterday was to make his primary opponent, Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, sound like a serious wartime leader."