Gut Rumbles
 

May 29, 2005

a man of wisdom

I've said pretty much the same thing before. Do we really NEED an ambassador to the United Nations? I don't think so, and if that dingbat Barbara Boxer wants to hyperventilate and develop the vapors over the nomination of John Bolton, I say let her have her way.

The United Nations needs us a lot more than we need them. Let's just surrender in this case and tell Boxer, "You're right, cunt darlin.' Bolton is NOT qualified for the job, so we're not going to fill it with ANYONE." Then, just let the United Nations do what it does best WITHOUT our involvement in any of it.

Circle-jerk, be corrupt, trash the USA and line your pockets with bribes and graft while your minions rape children, loot and steal all over the world. This idea reminds me of the post I wrote below.

Do we really WANT to be a member of THAT "fraternity?"

Comments

We need someone to cast a veto in the Security Council. Someone from the State Department mailroom, or better yet one of the janitors, will do nicely (provided they're willing to accept such a demotion).

Posted by: John Stephens on May 29, 2005 06:51 PM

I agree. We need someone with the mentality as the rest of the UN delegates....say, your local town drunk. After all, aren't members of the UN drunk with power, willing to screw anything that looks female and is always your friend as long as you got the money? Case closed! Comparision intact!

Posted by: Dean on May 29, 2005 08:21 PM


Dickhead Cheney and his buddies have made more fucking money off the Oil-For-Food Program than anyone. Any stupid ass that doesn't believe that Halliburton did business under his watch with both Iraq and Iran all the while sanctions were imposed is smoking crack.

Posted by: PJ on May 30, 2005 02:34 AM

Last I read in the Wall Street Journal, Halliburton was becoming the poster boy for why is it a bad idea to have a high profile CEO involved in politics.

Cheney's political enemies have made it their mission in life to make Haliburton's life miserable, even though Cheney is no longer part of that company.

However, how Cheney got put into this thread about Bolton is odd. Suggests the previous poster is obsessing.

Back to Bolton. Why the US Senate should make a fuss about the UN ambassador is beyond me. If you needed evidence of the pathetic state in which the Democratic Party is in today, look no further.

Posted by: joel on May 30, 2005 09:23 AM

I WANT Bolton there. Preferably cleaning a pistol or sharpening a knife while the EUweenies and assorted dictators are bitching and demanding we give them money.

And PJ? Unless you can document that crap, bite me.

Posted by: Mark on May 30, 2005 11:25 AM


Should I document my statement the same way Cheney documented his statement "There is no doubt that Iraq has weapons of mass destruction"? Yeah, that one turned out to be real credible. Pull your head out dumbfuck.

Posted by: PJ on May 31, 2005 03:20 AM


How about an admission by Halliburton executives for documentation Mark? That work for ya?

http://www.globalpolicy.org/security/sanction/iraql/oilforfood/2001/0627chen.htm

Posted by: PJ on May 31, 2005 03:59 AM

Well than fuck these thievin' sumbitches!

www.massgraves.info

Posted by: JG22 on June 2, 2005 01:32 AM
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