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    Thursday, February 09, 2006

    Congratulations John Bolton

    Today President Bush announced that the Government had foiled a plot by terrorists to fly a plane into a skyscraper in LA. While this may (and probably is) politically timed - although the same thing would have been said no matter when this was announced - there is greater current news to support President Bush' success against terror.

    John Bolton was recently nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize. Yes, this is the same Bolton that Democrats (and some Republicans) stonewalled because of his disdain for multilateralism. This is the same Bolton that was given a recess appointment by President Bush, which sparked some outrage (duh!) from the left. Yet, after the appointment there has been little to no comment on his qualifications or his shortcomings by the left. Yet, this week he was nominated for his role in uncovering Iran's nuclear program. Undoubtedly this makes the world (particularly Israel) a much safer place, having detected the cancer early enough to treat before it metastasizes throughout the middle-eastern lymph.

    I think Bush coming out in support and recognition of the nomination, something the mainstream media has ignored, would have served a greater purpose than reporting on 4-year old news.

    Either way, congrats Bolton.

    1 Comments:

    Blogger Travis said...

    hey - how do you have it set up so that you can show recent movies and stuff that you have seen?

    Thanks!

    11:36 PM  

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