The Week in Pictures: Mush from the Wimp Edition

The only thing missing to complete the picture of the complete and total collapse of the Obama Administration this week is the “More Mush From the Wimp” headline.  Is there a liberal media cheerleader left out there who still believes in Hope and Change?  The latest defector is NY Times columnist Roger Cohen, who wrote Thursday:

The sight of a president who draws a red line on chemical attack and then says “I didn’t set a red line” (the world did); who has Kerry plead a powerful case for military action only to stall; who defers to Congress but seems happy enough with Congress ambling back into session more than a week later; who notes that for “nearly seven decades the United States has been the anchor of global security,” and then declares “America is not the world’s policeman” — the sight of all this has marked a moment when America signaled an inward turn that leaves the world anchorless.

And the less said about John Kerry, the better. Besides, pictures do him the most justice.

It was only a matter of time.

Can I play through?

And finally. . .


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