Saturday, April 13, 2013

So he picks up his bowling ball and puts it in the sink...

Gee. I can't imagine how anything connected with this slice of genius pie could possibly go wrong in any way.

What the hell is the matter with the New York Times, giving this moron space on the editorial page?

"China’s role in a potential war on the Korean Peninsula is hard to predict." Gee, we can't figure out which way the large Asian nuclear superpower will react to an aggressive act of war on our let's bomb some of their allies' shit and see what happens?

What sort of goddamn fool thinks that way? Wait, wait...I already know - the sort that thinks that invading a crapped out ethnically chaotic former Ottoman Empire Third World kleptocracy will result in candy and flowers?

Haven't we seen what happens when you listen to that sort of mouthbreather?

"This is the kind of pre-emptive action that would save lives and maybe even preserve the uneasy peace on the Korean Peninsula." Because we've seen how well bombing things without a sensible geopolitical plan for dealing with the fallout and blowback works in places like Yemen, Somalia, and Pakistan?

Why, why, WHY can't we have a better press corps?

And UT-Austin...WTF, guys? You PAY this moron? For teaching this kind of stuff? And yet I couldn't get on full-time at the local community college?

Christ, UT, for the money this guy makes I promise - seriously, no shit - I could at least produce something smarter than this. I'll bet there are Aggies who could, too.

Aggies, guys. Fucking Aggies.

Just sayin'.

1 comment:

  1. Out of curiosity (and morbid fascination), I did a Google search on this idiot.

    Very short bio at

    "Jeremi Suri holds the Mack Brown Distinguished Chair for Leadership in Global Affairs at The University of Texas in Austin. He is a professor in the university’s Department of History and the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs and author of five books on contemporary politics and foreign policy."

    "Court astrologer" seems to be a pretty good paying job, if your conscience was surgically removed early enough.