Proving No Action Is Too Egregious for Banishment from the National Stage

One of the foreign policy "experts" being trotted out this week to opine on the Syrian situation is Paul Wolfowitz, the man who famously claimed in the lead-up to the Iraq War that a post-Saddam Iraq could "finance its own reconstruction" (among dozens of other ridiculously off-the-mark predictions).

Only adding to his reputation as one of our nation's finest diplomats, Wolfowitz once visited a mosque in the Middle East and, upon removing his shoes, as is customary in Islamic culture, revealed holes in the toes of both his socks:

Wolfowitz, ever classy, also once licked his comb on camera as he prepped for an interview.

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