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Monday, August 01, 2005

kiss up, kick down, recess

From CNN

Dodd, a senior Democrat on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, said a recess appointment would send a negative message to the Senate and the United Nations."I would hope the president would think a little longer about this from his perspective," Dodd said on "Fox News Sunday." "I just think Mr. Bolton's the bad choice here. He's damaged goods. This is a person who lacks credibility. This will be the first U.N. ambassador since 1948 that we've ever sent there under a recess appointment. That's not what you want to send up, a person that doesn't have the confidence of the Congress."


In other news, Karl Rove spent the weekend savoring letters to the editor from the raging liberals of Indiana:

  • The Palladium Item
  • The Munster Times
  • 2 Comments:

    • You can't phrase it any better then Dodd did.
      Bolton has no credibility

      I think that should be a DEM meme in regards to this recess appointment.

      And then , by extension, Bush can have no credibility. Throw in the Plame/Rove thingy and the American publics trust level of our impersonator president plummets to unheard of depths.

      By Blogger mickey, at 7:00 AM  

    • Great line this:

      "There is more to good governance than a huzza and an amen."

      Wish I'd thought of that one.

      By Blogger NYBri, at 7:34 PM  

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