Donna Brazile authored a tweet in which she was obviously trying to condemn the President’s critics for daring to suggest that it might be a bad thing when the leader of the once-free world, when faced with a fast metastasizing death cult, announces that there’s in-fighting in the government and he has no strategy for dealing with the issue:
I am just outraged that Obama hasn’t pasted together an #ISIS “strategy” to satisfy the craven political ravings of hillbillies yet.
— Shoq (@Shoq) September 1, 2014
John Hinderaker latched onto the fact that the tweet shows manifest disdain for Americans and, quite possibly, “it also reflects, I think, the frustration that Democrats feel at having to defend the indefensible Obama administration.
Meanwhile, I noticed something different, which is that the Vice Chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee seems to have only a passing familiarity with “English as she is spoke.” What in the world kind of syntax is Brazile using when she ends a sentence with the word “yet”? It makes “hillbillies yet” sound like some peculiar noun, known only to the rarefied inner circles at the DNC.