Paul McCartney Supports Obama’s Mishandling of Oil Spill

Given that he has not only done next to nothing to fulfill his duties and protect the Gulf Coast from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, but has actually exacerbated the crisis by shutting down drilling and presiding over a bumbling bureaucracy that has prevented the competent from using skimmers and sand berms, it’s hard to believe that a staggering 44% actually approve of the way our first adolescent president has botched the crisis. At this point, how clueless would you have to be to still support Obama? Here’s how clueless:

[Antediluvian moonbat pop star Paul McCartney] defended US President Barack Obama’s conduct during the crisis…

The singer said: “I don’t accept the criticism of Barack over the oil spill.”

“I think he’s been great. It’s tough if we Brits whinge that he’s whingeing at us. Tough, then don’t spill oil.”

Note how moonbats reflexively side with those who attack their own country. Comrade Obama has repeatedly gone out of his way to insult Britain, starting long before the oil spill. But Sir Paul implies that his fellow Brits deserve this disrespectful treatment.

Amazingly, that wasn’t the stupidest thing McCartney had to say. Here you almost have to admire how much idiocy he manages to pack into two short sentences:

Sadly we need disasters like this to show people. Some people don’t believe in climate warming — like those who don’t believe there was a Holocaust.

Not believing in a discredited hoax is the same as willfully denying the murder of 6 million Jews. Except that now no one can deny global warming, because the oil spill decisively proves that not using GE’s overpriced curlicue light bulbs will make it be too warm for the polar bears.

Whenever the nails-on-a-blackboard bubblegum recorded by The Beatles is inflicted on my ears, it seems that nothing could be more annoying. But McCartney manages to be even more irritating than his absurdly overrated music.

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Birdbrains of a feather.

On tips from John L and Charles. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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