Friday, November 10, 2006

Anti Bolton from The get go how do we feel now? people are all of a sudden Important to Bush? No!

Personally I was very anti John Bolton from the outset. He was overly confrontational had too much baggage and was merely a tool for bush to impress his demands upon the UN in order to prosecute his idea of a new world order using the UN. John Bolton was nominated by President George W. Bush to his current position on March 7, 2005. His nomination was the subject of a prolonged filibuster in the United States Senate by Democrats and George Voinovich of Ohio, a Republican. I most certainly agreed with this!

I know it has been done in the past by both parties but I was very upset when On August 1, 2005, President Bush installed Bolton as Ambassador to the UN via recess appointment. I was peeved that once again Bush used underhanded backdoor politics to get his way.
Thinking he would be able to use these Rove's taught policies to keep control over Congress, this is just one more appointment that he thought would go his way and be permanent. The appointment though will last until a new Congress convenes in January 2007, or until Bolton is renominated and confirmed, whichever comes first. http://en.wikipedia.org/...

There are Caveats of course which we will discuss but I still think he is too antagonistic and confrontational as he recently exhibited with N Korea but I am beginning to think he is right for the job. I am sure you have your thoughts and can educate me. Please do but be kind.
However Now that Bush has to deal with a Democratic Senate he all of a sudden is stressing cooperation and bipartisanship as usual as long as it goes his way period. but... This is probably not what President Bush had in mind when he stressed bipartisanship after the Democratic Party's midterm elections sweep. A key Senate Republican has joined Democrats in opposing one of Bush's initiatives for the lame-duck Congress: John Bolton's nomination as U.S. ambassador to the United Nations.

Of course with a Democratic Congress taking control in January Bush wants Bolton's nomination voted on before years end along with much more. But Republican Sen. Lincoln Chafee, who was defeated in this week's election, said he would block Bolton's nomination. Chafee, a member of the Foreign Relations Committee, told reporters that he did not believe Bolton's nomination would move forward without his support.

I am vehemently against Bush's agenda and plan for new world order and knowing now that Bush will do as he wants at any cost. Anyway, now that I have heard that Bush can reappoint Bolton but he must serve without pay, I have to say that would somehow be facilitated in order to follow their plans at any cost.

I just want to say this in closing! All of a sudden Bush wants to put the elections behind us and on a bipartisan basis start doing what is right for America and the People. I have to agree with Senator Durbin when he said: For a Republican Congress to have gone forward for two years and produced so little, and then for the president to come up with a huge agenda for the next two weeks, you have to ask him, 'Why didn't you use some of the time you spent arguing on some less important issues before?' Please check out the story at the link. I just don't know what to say any more about this unscrupulous Bush!http://www.cnn.com/...

James Joiner
Gardner, Ma
www.anaveragepatriot.com

9 comments:

Controversial Colin said...

Hi Jim,

Sorry, been away with work, I did follow the US Mid Terms with great interest on the news.

I am glad to see that people are beginning to see past the bullshit of the Bush Administration.

For some time, I was convinced your whole country were suffering from some sort of "collective insanity".

The Americans proved me wrong on election day..

Lets hope a move out of Iraq is on the cards to bring your troops home to their families.

Take care.

an average patriot said...

all right Colin!
Great! I have been calling for some time not for us to take back both Congress and the Senate. Now that we have, Bush is all of a sudden calling for bipartisanship and says he wants to do the peoples work. I think he is full of shit but time will tell.
His idea of bipartisanship lasts only as long as he gets what he wants. If he doesn't then bipartisanship is over.
It was pretty good seeing that even the so called fundamentalists went against his fear mongering and voted against his lying knowing he has used and abused them too.
A lot of people around the world felt as you did and bush has caused it.
Average Americans made the mistake of thinking our politicians and President were looking out for our best interests but have sadly proven that only their interests mattered. We and the world are all paying for that.
I don't foresee Bush pulling out of Iraq but you never know. Any way you look at it he is an idiot and will go down in History as the worst president in the history of America. Nice to hear from you, take care!

Controversial Colin said...

The bipartisanship thing is something similar to what was done in England during WWII.

"Politics", was put on hold for the duration of the war. He is trying to set something up similar, but I don't think the Dems will buy it.

Screw Bush and his WAR OF TERROR!

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an average patriot said...

Colin
we could learn a lot from England but that won't happen. I have been calling for us to set aside politics since the idiot ignored all avice to the contrary and attacked Iraq to destabilize the middle east and start to impliment his new middle east order that will never happen.
Instead of setting aside politics to concentrate on the better of the country during a very tenuous war. Bush has infused it and perverted Religion whenever possible in his practice of creating division for his gain.
He only wants Bipartisanship now because he lost complete control as he should never have had in the first place. but it won't happen.
It will last only if Bush gets his way and he will not.I have to agree! Screw Bush and his war on terror. It is not a war on terror. Fighting terror was just his excuse to attack Iraq and start his middle east order.
I'm sure you've seen my take on what is really going on so I won't bother you now. Thanks and Take care, Jim

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