The President of the United States of America held a press conference in order to discuss issues of the world. Many in the audience were particularly drawn to the attire and appearance of the president. He had a nice tan, he wore a light beige suit along with a white shirt and a taupe striped tie. After these important issues were discussed, members of the media then listened carefully to the president of the most powerful nation in the world declaim upon issues in the Middle East. OH, he was asked about his policy in the Middle East. Following are his words of wisdom:
“I don’t want to put the cart before the horse.” I trust all are clear on this point.
“We don’t have a strategy.” I trust all Americans are pleased to know their leader lacks a strategy.
“We can rout ISIS on the ground and keep a lid on things temporarily, but as soon as we leave, the same problems are going to return.”
Gee, that is reassuring.
He warned Middle Eastern nations that it is time for a “wake up call” and they are the ones who must defeat ISIS.
Of course, our wonderful friend, Saudi Arabia, has been financing for decades this and that terrorist group because its leaders fear any sort of democratic process for Muslim people.
OH, beginning after Labor Day, the president, like most Americans, can shift to wearing dark suits. In other word, our foreign policy in the Middle East is to wear dark suits once again.