June 30, 2011, - 2:42 pm

Obama’s Ass-Kissing of Muslim World Really Worked! Ditto for Bush Pushing Out Musharraf: Pakistan Kicks US Off Air Base

By Debbie Schlussel

Remember when George W. Bush, insisted on free elections in Pakistan and American ally Pervez Musharraf’s ouster? It’s hardly different from what conservatives are attacking Obama about in Egypt, but I was the only conservative who consistently attacked that move, as well as Obama’s Mubarak ouster.


Remember when those know-nothing moronettes, Michelle Malkin and Hanan Tudor a/k/a “Nour Saman” a/k/a “Brigitte Gabriel,” whined over the killing of HAMAS/Taliban fan Benazir Bhutto, claiming she was such a heroine and a moderate (when, as I correctly noted then, she was no such thing)?

Well, now, Musharraf’s “democratically elected” con-man replacement, Paki President Ali Asif Zardari, who was Bhutto’s husband and partner in crime, is kicking America off the air base in Islamabad, which we need to launch effective air attacks on the Taliban. Clearly Obama’s ass-kissing to the Muslim world didn’t help much. And as for Bush’s ouster of Musharraf and Fraudkin’s and Tudor/Saman/Gabriel’s love affair with the Bhutto/Zardari duo, I told you long ago, that was a bust. ‘Cuz, I actually know something about the Middle East, unlike those clueless frauds. Check it out:

ISLAMABAD – The U.S. faces the challenge of quickly establishing alternative facilities from which to launch drone aircraft inside Afghanistan after Pakistan ordered U.S. personnel and hardware out of a base believed to have been used in the past for CIA drones, two senior Western defense officials tell CBS News.

Concern mounted Wednesday over the future of Pakistan’s clandestine support for Washington’s use of drones after the country’s defense minister announced Pakistan had told the U.S. to vacate the small Shamsi air base in the southwestern Baluchistan province.

Only “Pakistani aircraft will be flown from Shamsi in future,” Pakistani defense minister Chaudhary Ahmed Mukhtar told reporters. “No U.S. aircraft will fly from Shamsi.”

“U.S. personnel will not be allowed to use the Shamsi air base,” a senior Pakistani government official added to CBS News.

Another senior Pakistani official, who spoke Thursday to CBS News on condition of anonymity, said there previously “have been U.S. activities at the Shamsi air base. All those activities are being ceased now.”

Hey, forcing out pro-U.S. Muslim dictators–yes, Bush did this one, NOT Obama–and Obama’s outreach to the Muslim world (which is just a tiny increase from Bush’s disgusting pandering to the Muslim world) really worked wonders, didn’t it? Ask Fraudkin and Tudor/Saman/Gabriel/or-whatever-alias-the-fraud-is-using-these-days, how that Bhutto/Zardari leadership they pimped is working out for America?

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13 Responses

We all need to grab our ankles and bend way over ’cause we are still going to give the Pakis billions.

I_AM_ME on June 30, 2011 at 3:59 pm

That top picture is like a SIMPSONS joke.

“Are they saying ‘GO, AMERICA!’ or ‘Go America!’?”

I think they are saying like Go, Speedracer, Go!

We should thank them for their support and inability to make signs that properly convey their message.

GO, USA! on June 30, 2011 at 5:30 pm

Just so you all know. The troll who is flaming like an unhinged lunatic is the old post-er known (and driven away) named…

“Diane & Brian”.

Once his mummy comes home with his meds he’ll calm down. In his adult nappy and thumb in his yucky mouth.

Skunky on June 30, 2011 at 6:26 pm

Why should we apologize? For the last decade, Pakistan sheltered Bin Laden and they knew who he was but never told us and they let him live in their country right under our noses. We got Bin Laden in the end despite them and without their help. Pakistan’s security establishment is honeycombed with Islamists, so we figured not too long ago not to share intelligence and strategy with Islamabad. Now Pakistan is taking revenge on us for having “humiliated” them by showing they were harboring a known fugitive in their country? Soo sad, too bad. And all those billions of US taxpayer dollars spent on various Pakistani regimes brown-nosing to them and ass-kissing them didn’t make more “moderate” or cooperative with us. Pakistan has worked to undermine us Afghanistan for the last decade – they fund not only the Taliban and Al Qaeda but various Islamist terrorists, especially Lashkar-e-Taiba, that committed the Mumbai massacre. Trust me on this, being kicked out of their country ain’t a real loss – it was never an “alliance” in the first place.

NormanF on June 30, 2011 at 7:01 pm

I never liked Pakistan governments present and past. I will include most of the people. First most Pakistanis I encounter here where I live are 100% anti-USA. I have never heard a good word from them. MOst of them are students here studying to get their degrees. The Pakistani students are to get their degrees and then give the USA the big middle finger. I personaly wished they limit the amount of Pakistanis entering the USA. Look how Great Britain is having problems with them.

Mario on June 30, 2011 at 8:15 pm

    Nothing wrong with Pakistan a sufficient number of ICBMs couldn’t cure in 20 minutes. AND, we’d get thank yous from her neighbor.

    Look how much bombing it took to beat Germany and japan in WWII. And they were combined less than 200 million. How much bloodletting will we need to do to these assclowns to make THEM see the light. AF-Pak would be a great place to start. No cultural contributions to lose. No tourism sites to miss. (The Buddhas have been destroyed.) It would allow us to skip out of Af-Pak at minimal cost, and it would teach the appropriate lesson in blood, skin, bone, and ash.

    It worked for Germany and japan.

    Occam's Tool on June 30, 2011 at 10:07 pm

      I don’t know why I didn’t Capitalize Japan.

      Occam's Tool on June 30, 2011 at 10:09 pm

That’s exactly what’s true. No matter how much you do for the Muslim World, it won’t make them like us more or motivate them to help us. To them, we will always be the infidel enemy, the Great Satan. But that’s not a lesson America’s leaders are interested in learning.

NormanF on June 30, 2011 at 9:09 pm

So — we’re losing Pakistan, Iraq and Afghanistan. Problem is, Pakistan has the bomb. Without doubt, if we want to defeat Islamic terrorism, we have to be prepared at some point to potentially invade Pakistan and take control of their nuclear weapons. But given our track record, and given the fact that the Republicans are willing to cut defense in order to finance health care and illegals, how likely is that? And to think that 20-22 years ago, we seemed to be on top of the world.

Little Al on June 30, 2011 at 10:02 pm

Can we stop the jizya to Pakistan now?

Tanstaafl on June 30, 2011 at 10:44 pm

Too bad nobody in charge has any intelligence. They should take everyone of those drones assigned there and pulverize the base and the surrounding area. It can’t be used against our forces in the future. But like the mexican gun fiasco, this won’t matter to the evil people in charge.

samurai on July 1, 2011 at 12:43 am

Agreed about Bush.

Post 9/11 he, in effect, offshored the war against predatory Islam.

Diversionary tactics thus enabling his Saudi friends and Carlisle connections.

He coined the con of Religion of Peace, tiny few and the perception of separation of Islam from it’s Islamic roots by the constant use of perversion when it’s no such thing.

How many times do the ones who should know from Bin Laden to Erdogan have to tell us? Islam is Islam. There is no ‘moderate’ and we’re learning from the likes of supposed ‘American’ CAIR where the affiliation will always lie.

It is and always has been to the Ummah and no matter where they settle, the appellate Muslim will always trump.

That’s the real danger yet we bomb the crap out of foreigners whilst performing virtual fellatio on the ones within our borders.

Of course that lot residing here don’t like it when we splatter their brothers, a simmering resentment brews and attack on their hosts is the result.

Attack takes many forms from sedition to actual physical violence, yet they’re always off the hook as they whine and wheedle, talk rights, rights, rights and the grovelling commences.

There’s an old and crude expression in my native Yorkshire where to the point speech is a badge of honour. It’s called arse about face and that just about sums up the appalling judgements our so called leaders are taking.

The perps of 9/11 or the London Bombing didn’t invade, they merely came or lived within our boundaries and did what comes naturally once indoctrination tips the scale.

World War Three, when it comes, and come it will is going to be messy. Pakistan may well use its nukes on India. India will of course retaliate. Then our western internal problems will erupt.

I see major rioting, bordering on a form of civil war in Europe and here in Britain whilst pockets will erupt in the US. Dearborn from what I have seen will be one such area.

What then?

logdon on July 1, 2011 at 12:36 pm

To logdon, what then? Survival of the fittest. Scary in a country with all that gun control. Scary in a country with most criminals armed.

samurai on July 2, 2011 at 10:00 am

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