I love aphorisms. I delight in learning new, witty phrases and concepts that encapsulate some wisdom in a few concise words. But sometimes I can’t find just the right one to capture a situation.
For example, this one. Momma Moonbat Cindy Sheehan, while schmoozing with Venezuelan socialist dicator Hugo Chavez, has denounced Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-Moonbat Nation) for not opposing the war strongly enough, and says she might run against Feinstein. Sheehan has previously threatened the same against Hillary Clinton. (Apparently Sheehan believes that the rules that say one cannot run for more than one Senate seat don’t apply to her.)
But what exactly sums up a situation like this? “The enemy of my enemy is my friend” certainly doesn’t apply. Napoleon’s “never interrupt your enemy when they are making a mistake” seems close.
The nicest thing about this is that if these two whackoes go head to head, the odds are that neither will ultimately win.