Biden’s Pointless Strikes: Tax Dollars Wasted on Houthi Whack-A-Mole!

President Joe Biden’s military strikes on Houthi rebels in Yemen have been about as effective as a screen door on a submarine. Despite this, Biden is doubling down and stating that the strikes will continue, even though they seem to be about as useful as a chocolate teapot. When asked whether the strikes were actually doing anything to stop the Houthi rebels, Biden basically said they were as effective as a one-legged man in a kicking contest. In other words, not really.

The Houthis, not content with just sitting around twiddling their thumbs, began shooting at shipping in the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden, citing their solidarity with Palestinians in Gaza as their reason. In response, the US and the UK decided to take a swing at the Houthi military capabilities with some military action of their own. However, it seems the Houthis are as resilient as a cockroach in a nuclear apocalypse, and the attacks just haven’t done the trick.

The Biden administration’s end game in all of this seems about as clear as mud. Even The Washington Post is scratching its head, trying to figure out what the plan is. And as for those optimistic U.S. officials who remain nameless, they’ve got about as much foresight as a blindfolded fortune teller. It’s like trying to navigate a maze blindfolded with these folks at the helm.

But hey, let’s not get ahead of ourselves here. Some diplomats, who shall remain nameless, are quick to clarify that the goal isn’t to completely wipe out the Houthis. Instead, they’re aiming to just make it really hard for them to lob attacks in the future. It’s almost like they’re playing a game of whack-a-mole, but with missiles and terrorist organizations.

And speaking of missiles, some Democratic senators are raising concerns about the cost of all this. That’s right, folks, it’s like a political episode of “The Price is Right.” Apparently, some missiles cost a pretty penny, and the senators are worried about the bill racking up faster than a teenager’s data usage. It’s like trying to play a game of war with a budget from a lemonade stand.

In the midst of all this, the White House spokesman, John Kirby, is trying to put on a brave face and act like everything is going swimmingly. He’s singing the praises of the attacks and acting like they’re really putting a dent in the Houthi capabilities, but it seems like wishful thinking at best.

At the end of the day, it’s clear that this whole situation is as clear as mud. But the one thing that’s abundantly clear is that the Biden administration needs to come up with a better game plan than using military strikes about as effectively as a screen door on a submarine.

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