Commiserations with Gratitude to France, from Gulag Bound
By: Arlen Williams
To our dear neighbors in France,
We offer our sympathies and we humbly accept yours, as you share our embarrassment over John Kerry and of course, Barack Hussein Obama and the rest of the Democratic Party.
You don’t mind if we make it sort of small, do you?
(A written something like explanation of this, our Secretary of State’s darling moment for France, is provided elsewhere, including at Daily Signal.)
If John wanted to apologize for not participating in the Paris solidarity march (did anyone really invite him?) perhaps he could have just shown this, from his iPod.
Or was Willie available? (He may still owe the federal government, as far as we know.) Harmonica is a nice touch, don’t you think?
Or how about something a little more up-tempo. These guys still around? Named after a French town, right?
Maybe we shouldn’t scoff. Maybe Mr. Kerry really has something here. Diplomacy by popular song? Remember, Coca-Cola kind of had the idea with “I’d Like to Teach the World to Sing.”
Maybe something with cowbell?