President Biden said he stands squarely behind his decision to conduct a disastrous and chaotic exit from Afghanistan, for which his administration was totally prepared to handle except for everything that went wrong.

“I am the president of the United States, and the buck stops here,” Biden explained, after laying the blame at everyone else’s feet.

Vowing not to make the same mistakes as past presidents, Biden assured the nation he created totally new SNAFUs* that will have Afghanistan and our own national security FUBAR** in no time.

Colorado’s Democrat delegation — many of whom were MIA throughout the fall of Kabul and before Biden’s speech — are finally on the exact same page and regurgitating identical talking points.

Their message — Joe who?


So there you have. We don’t know no Joe, we just need to rescue some Americans from the Taliban and all those Afghanis who helped us. Neguse just wants to help the refugees.

Then there’s U.S. Rep. Jason Crow, the lone Democrat and Army veteran who fought in Afghanistan, who actually sort of criticized Biden’s actions without actually criticizing the president.

“We didn’t need to be in this position,” Crow said. “We should have started this evacuation months ago, and had we done that, tens of thousands of folks could be brought to safety. It could have been done deliberately and methodically. We think that was a missed opportunity.”

A missed opportunity??

Inside a U.S. transport leaving Kabul.

History is not going to be kind to Biden, or to any Democrats who failed to demand accountability for this calamity.

The mainstream media has already turned on Biden.

While Democrats are running scared, the Denver Post reports that Colorado Republicans are putting the blame squarely on Biden’s shoulders.

The Colorado GOP called out Crow and other Colorado Democrats by name Sunday, urging them to “put aside their blind loyalty to President Biden” and demand he do more.


“This is worse than Saigon and will go down as one of Joe Biden’s greatest failures,” said U.S. Rep. Doug Lamborn, R-Colorado Springs. “This debacle will reverberate across time and space, damaging our image and sowing terrorism and chaos throughout an already volatile region.”


U.S. Rep. Ken Buck, a Windsor Republican, tweeted Monday, “If Biden leaves our Afghan allies behind, he will be single-handedly responsible for the destruction of our nation’s international credibility.” Buck also urged Americans stuck in Afghanistan to call his office for assistance.

*Military acronym for Situation Normal, All Fucked Up.

** Military acronym for Fucked Up Beyond All Recognition