…you make Neville Chamberlain look competent and hawkish on military affairs/foreign policy. This from Chicago Boyz:
The radar-and-communications network that protected Britain from air attack during WWII was also an “unproven technology” when it was deployed: it is very fortunate that Neville Chamberlain, rather than Barack Obama, was Prime Minister of Britain at the time. [emphasis mine]
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OUCH! What’s next?
- The stock market crash of 1929 posed unprecedented challenges for the US financial system. It’s a good thing Herbert Hoover, rather than Barack Obama, was President at the time.
- Corruption reached the highest levels of government during the Teapot Dome scandal. It’s a good thing Warren Harding, rather than Barack Obama, was President at the time.