Gut Rumbles

May 12, 2005

okay, don't confirm him

With the democrats doing their typical obstructionist routine about the comfirmation of John Bolton as Ambassador to the United Nations, I know what I would do if I were President. I'd tell the democrats, "Fine. We just won't HAVE an ambassador to the UN and I'm throwing those corrupt sluts out of the country, since we are not represented there anymore. Happy now?"

I would fight fire with fire. The democrats love the UN as much as I hate it, and I don't believe that George Bush is all that fond of the UN, either. So, let's make push come to shove. "You don't like my choice for ambassador? That's just dandy. Let's get out of the UN altogether."

Democrat pissants. They don't know WHAT they want--- they just don't like anything Bush does. That's real "leadership" in my book. Today, I truly believe that I may be watching the complete implosion of a once-powerful political party. Just read a few leftist web sites and see how maniacal these people have become. It's downright scary.

Thank Bejus that they are in a minority that is shrinking fast.


I'll second the vote to kick the entire UN out of the USA whether dimocrats confirm the ambassador or not! Let France host the UN headquarters!

Posted by: Michele on May 12, 2005 10:57 AM

Unfortunately, they are not a small minority, and will be the majority again.

Why? Few understand the concept and responsibilites of limited government. Everyone understands a government check with their name on it.

Posted by: Brett on May 12, 2005 11:19 AM

Got that right, Brett. Get used to saying "President Clinton" again, because it's coming. The f'n GOP is too spineless to tell the Democrats to screw, and too many people in this country are afraid of work and freedom. The Democrats treat voters like poor, scared children, and most Oprahfied Americans today like that just fine.

Thank God I don't have kids. I'll be glad to leave this perversion of a republic when I die

Posted by: Ripper on May 12, 2005 11:28 AM

They just passed the REAL ID act, so that we will all be required to carry IDs that can be read by a remote scanner, just like your gas meter. The police can just scan a crowd and see who is in it. Nice.

And the appraisal district just raised my evaluation by 50%.

The Texas Legislature went to Austin to get tax relief for property owners. Instead, they raised and created five different new taxes and did nothing for us.

I just can't believe how FREE I am!!!!!

Posted by: robert on May 12, 2005 12:05 PM

AMEN Michelle. Let Paris have the MFers.

Posted by: mountainmama on May 12, 2005 12:48 PM

I'm not clear on why you have a problem with the Democrats oppossing Bolton. It seems that several Republican leaders are less than enthusiastic with his selection.

Would you rather that they sign off on hime simply because it is what Bush (or any other president) wants? That's not how the process works and don't forget that the Republicans will not always be the majority so this would be a two-edged sword. The Bolton nomination has gone to the Senate for a full vote and there isn't a damn thing the Dems can do to stop his confirmation -- unless, and it's far from impossible, Republican legislators vote on the merits rather than down party lines.

That is the way it should be. You may view the other party as obstructionist for not automatically agreeing with the nomination but that is why there *is* another party -- otherwise, we have a king rather than a third branch of government.

Posted by: Dweezil on May 12, 2005 05:06 PM

Dweezil, it's not a real examination of the guy that bothers me. It's the pant-wetting, end-of-the-world, two-faced bullshit that does. Robert Byrd, for God's sake, waving the Constitution around and blowing like a worn-out Baptist preacher on weed and I'm supposed to take his words seriously?

Posted by: Mark on May 12, 2005 06:40 PM

I'll add my vote to kick the UN the hell out of the US. That building could serve a far better purpose than it does a parking lot! Seriously though, it's a nice building in dire need of internal renovation.

Posted by: Leuthen on May 12, 2005 07:06 PM

A few parallels between us and China:

China: One-party system that has government run your life.
US: Two parties that want the government to take an increased role in running your life, but can't agree on HOW to do it.

China: State-controls news media, won't allow shit the state doesn't want boradcasted.
US: Independent news media, the dominant component of which (Corporate MSM) thinks it knows what's best for the country, covering up what it doesn't want the public to see and increasing coverage exponentially on what it wants the public to see.

China: According to vacationers coming back from China, there's a significant element in that country that doesn't like the government, but the economy's getting better and people go along; it could be lots worse.
US: As long as the economy allows for most of us to own an SUV, iPod, whatever, we don't care HOW much regulation is heaped upon us. Well, we don't care enough to actually DO something about it, unlike the Founding Fathers or the Confederates.

Let me know if there are any factual errors in this analysis.

Posted by: JG22 on May 13, 2005 01:37 AM

What a sanctimonious pantload, Dweezil.
The big issue seems to be he yelled at someone. Have you forgotten the face of your father?

Fuck them and feed them beans.

Posted by: Wes Jackson on May 13, 2005 02:20 AM

I'm not clear on why you have a problem with the Democrats oppossing Bolton. It seems that several Republican leaders are less than enthusiastic with his selection.

What I don't like about it is that the Democrats are turning foreign policy into a partisan pissing contest because they want to see if Bush is a lame duck all of 4 months into his second term. Bah... I can't wait for the midterm elections.

Posted by: rosignol on May 13, 2005 07:00 AM

Gee . . .

The UN was pretty damned handy to have around when Bush I and Junior needed one of their oil wars.

BTW--Bush was a lame duck his first term, too. Just like dear old Daddy. As for W being "conservative"--y'all need to re-read your political primer. Even without the War against Saddam, both Shrubs were the biggest spenders to date in their respective terms in office, and W makes Billy BJ look like Mises.

Too funny. Wring your hands and whine about politicians, and then treat the biggest one of all as though he were a Messiah.

W is a screaming liberal, folks. Do the math. He is the single biggest devotee of government we have ever had in office. FYI . . . Where was W when the Senate passed the new national ID?


Hmmm . . . Hello? Anybody home?


Posted by: jb on May 13, 2005 01:19 PM

Hey, they (the UN) worked well enough to resolve to fight for South Korean independance (AKA the "Good iIght") I don't understand Nutzi US's resentment when the fantstical bullshit they spew doesn't go their way they want to take away their marbles?

The legal/political reasons for the war were BULLSHIT and now, caught with ther pants down, the curent regime needs a scapegoat for failure. America, you want war, you sacrifice your sons and daughters to achieve those political aims or kick the sorry bastards who can't achieve those aims out.

Which President was a two-termer during Vietnam?

Don't give me some fantastic bullshit about the "world aganst US".

Herr Goebels, those days of jingoistic belief in the benevolence of our Govnernment are fucking long over.

And no Rob, I am not calling you a Nutzi, but wake up ane smell the bullshit dude.

Posted by: Jay on May 13, 2005 10:47 PM
Post a comment

*Note: If you are commenting on an older entry, your
comment will not appear until it has been approved.
Do not resubmit it.