All the President’s Men & The President
By Joseph Allen
To quote one of the greatest philosophers of our generation, There are known knowns. These are things we know that we know. There are known unknowns. That is to say, there are things that we know we don’t know. But there are also unknown unknowns. There are things we don’t know we don’t know”.
What do we really know? We do know that someone told Mike Brown, Former FEMA Director, Browney, you’re doing a fine job. We do know that Kenny Boy is a fine individual.
We also know that international negative perceptions abound about US objectives and intentions worldwide. We also know that the best way to handle it, is to call an able bodied comedian. To hold sensitive Defense Department press conferences. This we do know.
Karen Hughes was recently tapped to go on a listening tour in the
This might have started when a C student became President. A student that partied during school, instead of after school, an apparent classic difference. Then the State of
Having been a Congressman’s son, and a baseball owner, that was apparently enough qualifications for Texans to elect him Governor. The chief executive of one of the largest states in the union, and they loved him. The very same state that has more boots per capita, and no those boots are not just made for walking.
His verbal skills are now legendary. Webster’s Dictionary, is sure to be contemplating many changes. The C’ student did get a A in something however. The Washington Outsider turns out worse than the insiders. The deficit is at appalling numbers. The biggest mistake in the history of international politics is a devastating economic disaster in the wings. And a human tragedy, all based on a mistake.
The people of
Joseph Allen is an expert on Middle East issues and a syndicated columnist. In addition, he often appears on radio and TV talk shows regarding issues in the Middle East. He can be reached at [email protected]