Really Mr. Weepy?…A Cul de Sac..?

……..the ‘World’s Saddest Tangerine’, who:

-> unfortunately is third to the presidency of the greatest country on earth and fortunately is literally counting his days out,

-> unfortunately is more beholden to his crying-moments of glory and fortunately will get his drying-moments soon enough,

-> unfortunately doesn’t understand the word ‘leadership’ and fortunately will begin to grasp the concept of  ‘compromise’ in less than 70 hours,

decried this today:

(snap)…

“It’s time to tell us how they’re going to get us out of the cul-de-sac they’ve driven our country into.”

(ssnap)…
Boehner made sure to repeat his line about the President driving the country into a cul-de-sac before concluding the brief session with reporters

Read more: http://swampland.time.com/2011/07/30/prospects-for-a-debt-deal-darken-as-republicans-point-the-finger-at-obama/#ixzz1TdxgeH3Y

A cul de sac? Really?  Mr. Weepy, do you even know what a cul de sac is..?  Here is the helpful Wikipedia:

cul-de-sac (literally “bottom of bag” in French) is a word of French origin referring to a dead endcloseno through road (UK, Australian and Canadian English) or court (American and Australian English) meaning dead-end street with only one inlet/outlet. While historically built for other reasons, its modern use is to calm vehicle traffic. In the United States, a cul-de-sac is notably longer than a court.[

Mr. Weepy, do take a moment to mop your tears with your manly-hanky and check this picture out… This is how a cul de sac typically looks…..and….

…………to answer your silly brilliant question, (why drag the ‘kick-ass’ president into this), allow me to kick your ass  help instead:

‘Mr. Weepy, just focus on the picture above. To drive out of a Cul de Sac, disengaging the ‘R’  and engaging the “D‘ is a start, followed by something called ‘steering’,….. you know the act where you actually tell the ‘car’ where you want it to go, like a  leader would….yes, that darn greek and latin word again’…

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