Saturday, April 26, 2014

In the Age of Obama, even Canada is a world power.

James Taranto writes about the juvenile silliness that passes for American "projection of power."

It would appear the State Department is seeking to maintain the balance of power through a strategy of mutually assured derision.
One problem with using sarcasm as a weapon is that its proliferation is uncontrollable and widespread. Even the Canadians have it. In a column for the Toronto Sun, Ezra Levant mocked "the ironically named Ambassador Power."


1 comment:

John Kasaian said...

Whoa!
This is disturbing.
Actually, it's high comedy, like if Peter Sellers were in charge of running the State Dept.

 
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