Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Quote du jour

"In virtually every foreign-affairs crisis we have faced these past five years, there was a point when America had good choices and good options. There was a juncture when America had the potential to influence events. But we failed to act at the propitious point; that moment having passed, we were left without acceptable options. In foreign affairs as in life, there is, as Shakespeare had it, 'a tide in the affairs of men which, taken at the flood leads on to fortune. Omitted, all the voyage of their life is bound in shallows and in miseries.'"

— Mitt Romney


  1. I'm not Romney's biggest fan, but it really sucks that someone so smart and moral loses to someone who plays dirty pool.

  2. We are leading from behind. Isn't this how it's done?

  3. Our Behind-in-Chief is scarcely leading.

  4. Me, neither. I spoke out against Romney in the primaries early and often. Still, he would have made a much better president than President Selfie any day.


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