Aaarrrrr, Pirate of the UN

Avast! Shamelessly stolen from Pamela at Atlas Shrugs.

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Click for full size in new window. This originally came from the NY Sun.

And just to repeat this smackdown (since the power went out at Dreamhost central Furious) From the Washington Liberal Post

KERRY: Are you prepared to go to bilateral talks?

BOLTON: Quite the contrary. We said expressly that what we wanted from North Korea was not simply a return to the six-party talks, but an implementation of the September 2005 joint statement from the six-party talks which would mean their dismantlement of their nuclear weapons program.

KERRY: But this has been going on for five years, Mr. Ambassador.

BOLTON: It's the nature of multilateral negotiations, Senator.

KERRY: Why not engage in a bilateral one and get the job done? That's what the Clinton administration did.

BOLTON: Very poorly, since the North Koreans violated the agreed framework almost from the time it was signed. And I would also say, Senator, that we do have the opportunity for bilateral negotiations with North Korea in the context of the six-party talks, if North Korea would come back to them.

And, reading through the transcript further, guess what I caught:

KERRY: Why is the administration so unwilling to talk to Syria, talk to even pursue these issues? It doesn't seem as though this nontalk approach is getting you very far.

This quote came out of the blue during a "conversation" (yes, it needed to be quotation marked) between Cutlass Hand Bolton and Kerry.

Why does this matter? First, because erstwhile Senator John Kerry has kept himself very visible since the election, and second, because he might run again. Do we really need a President who believes we should have bilateral talks with terrorist supporting regimes and other assorted wackos?

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3 Responses to “Aaarrrrr, Pirate of the UN”

  1. Carl says:

    If Kerry does run, comments he made when he was campaigning for President and contradictory comments made now will come back to haunt him further showing his “flip-flop” tendencies. At this time, I, as a registered Democrat, cannot see any viable candidate worth voting for in the Democratic party. So it looks like I will most likely vote Republican in 2008. Oh how I would love for a conservative Democrat with some cajones to run one day, but as it stands now (and with Howard Dean in charge of the Dems) the conservative Democrats like me are too smart to run for office…why subject oneself to the garbage the Democratic party currently offers.

  2. Aaarrrr! Ye got me, Lass. I willeth doeth this(eth) by the endeth of the dayeth 🙂

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