America Is Exactly Where It Wants to Be

Posted on November 19, 2012 10:17 am

In my new New York Post column, I discuss how America has found its sweet spot and is exactly where it wants to be.

And aren’t things in the Middle East great right now? Osama bin Laden is dead, and nothing happens there, besides an occasional consulate getting overrun. But I hear that’s because of YouTube videos, so it’s really more Google’s problem.

Read. Enjoy. Discuss.

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6 Responses to “America Is Exactly Where It Wants to Be”

  1. Silverfiddle says:

    So Google is the United Fruit Company of the 20th Century…
    Instead of banana wars in Central America, it’s YouTube wars in the Middle East!

  2. badmartin says:

    This is perfect! I’ve been trying to tell people to just settle down but this says it so much better.

    My econ prof is always hating on everything and making such a big deal about how much he loves the repubs.

    I printed this up and showed him and he smiled really big and said I was his new favorite student.

    I am totally bringing this to Thanksgiving. Half my family are all haters too.

    Thank you thank you thank you!

  3. Mike in OH says:

    Gentle, and yet dead-on straight to the point. Excellent column, Frank! Should be required reading at all Thanksgiving tables this week!

  4. Vaktatunnen says:

    Ah yes. Exactly where we want to be: engaging the enemy on all fronts. In other words, we’re surrounded.

  5. spacemonkey says:

    When you’re surrounded there’s much less risk of casualties from friendly fire.

  6. CaptMidnight says:

    Another gem from Frank J. Thanks for putting a smile on my otherwise disgusted-with-so-many-nitwit-liberals face.

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