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Glass Jaw O-ba-ma

Lori253 Wrote: Oct 27, 2012 9:50 AM
Which part of "above" are we supposed to see? The part where you changed the subject to old pre-WWII ships or the part where training, intel and troop safety to be "irrelevant arguments?" Only an inhabitant of Planet Stupider would find training, intel and troop safety to be "irrelevant" arguments. As the granddaugher of a sailor, daughter,sister, Mom and MIL of Naval officers, I am seriously unimpressed with your family Naval ties. Also not impressed with your lunch with Admiral Clark as my father (USS Indianapolis) lunched with General Paul Tibbits (Enola Gay) and their discussion was completely and diametrically opposite of your discussion with the Admiral. Wehavemet theenemy and the enemy is you. Heartbreakingly sad.

If Peggy Noonan is correct, and the president’s performance in the first debate revealed him to be “[p]etulant, put upon, above it all, full of himself,” then the two weeks since have shown him to own what they call in the world of boxing, “a glass jaw.”

A glass jaw is the inability of a fighter to take a direct hit, one on the chin, a roundhouse. Once hit, a glass jaw boxer goes down and usually doesn’t get back up. If he does manage to get on his feet, he staggers around, lost and confused. for the rest of the...