Thursday, January 14, 2010

Remember That Guy Who Was Incompetent and Universally Hated? Yeah, Let's Get Him!

Fresh, bold thinking from the Heritage Foundation:
The U.S. government response should be bold and decisive. It must mobilize U.S. civilian and military capabilities for short-term rescue and relief and long-term recovery and reform. President Obama should tap high-level, bipartisan leadership. Clearly former President Clinton, who was already named as the U.N. envoy on Haiti, is a logical choice. President Obama should also reach out to a senior Republican figure, perhaps former President George W. Bush, to lead the bipartisan effort for the Republicans.
There are probably dumber ideas out there, but so far I haven't seen any that top this.


  1. bush, well known for his proven track record on natural disaster relief...

  2. Yeah... not to turn this horrifying human tragedy into an american partisan thing, but events like this are exactly why it was important for us to elect Obama.

  3. i have to admit, seeing him sitting there with that stupid smirk on his face in that commercial with Clinton made me remember why I hated him all over again. his tremendous experience in what not to do as a president, a republican and as a human being will certainly be an asset in this crisis.