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Heavy-Handed Politics

"€œGod willing, with the force of God behind it, we shall soon experience a world
without the United States and Zionism."€ -- Iran President Ahmadi-Nejad

Sunday, May 08, 2005

The Dems and their Bolton Boondoggle

'Sore Losers' hope to win in fight over Bolton and force U.S. to pass 'global test'

"John Kerry and his friends are sore losers. They're unhappy that the American people last Fall rejected the idea of making the U.S. submit to the UN and its so-called 'global test."

"Of course, the Democrats can't come right out and say this is their real objection to Mr. Bolton. After all, President Bushoffered the American people a clear alternative -- rooted in a "policy of strong U.S. leadership in world affairs." And three-and-a-half million more voters agreed with Mr. Bush's stance -- a stance embraced and epitomized by one of his most able and tenacious subordinates, John Bolton -- and rejected Sen. Kerry's world view.

So, in the hope of winning in the Senate what they lost at the ballot box -- and, thereby, helping the UN become ascendant and remain unreformed -- Senators. Kerry, Biden, et.al. have adopted the "kitchen sink" strategy: Throw every charge imaginable at John Bolton, including impugning his character, integrity, judgment and competence, in the hope that something, anything, will stick and cause at least one Republican to join them."
---Center for Security Policy


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