Rollin' Like Sisyphus

Kinesiology — The New Warmaking

Posted in The Fail Pail by Huckleberry on March 24, 2011

Don't move. Plus, my laptop died which is kind of like a child dying, but, you know, kinetically.

War, Kinetic Military Action, what is it good for?
Look, Ma, no hands!
This is what your post-modern deconstruction has wrought: words mean nothing if they can mean anything, and all of a sudden bombs falling and bullets flying is little more than Morning PT to hear the Commander-in-Chief tell it.
I thought Struggle Against Global Extremism was bad, canned as it was weeks prior to the aught-six elections where the Elephants got roundly drawn and quartered.
But this?
Really?
“Kinetic Military Action” isn’t even Orwellian, its something an eager but untalented PR intern would gin up when no one else could think of anything, with the clients already in the lobby drinking tepid coffee and admiring the plastic horticulture.
That’s it.
The O-Force is finished.
He’s been nothing but incompetent in everything that’s come along, which I figured many Americans were willing to forgive so long as he doesn’t botch a war effort then obfuscate it behind a bunch of generic, poorly spun wordplay.
Yet he managed to bungle the military, political and public relations execution of Operation Odyssey Dawn, and that’s that.
Even with the 2010 in the rearview, the O-Force has cooked himself.
I’ll bet dollars to donuts he’s challenged in the primary, or that he does not seek the re-election nomination.
In other news, my laptop fried out last night, and though there are a couple of things I’m going to try tonight to revive it, I am not hopeful.
I also do not fancy having to shop for a new one, as I don’t want to give up XP.
And I hate Windows 7 with a passion.
Ugh.

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