Bush Appoints ‘I Forgot’ Ambassador

Using a recess appointment, Bush Appoints Bolton as U.N. Envoy–thus appointing a man with a defective memory who lacks support in the Congress.

This will really help our foreign policy.

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6 Responses to Bush Appoints ‘I Forgot’ Ambassador

  1. Thomas says:

    Doesn’t he have the support of a majority of the Senate? A filibuster wouldn’t be needed to block his confirmation unless he had that.

  2. michael says:

    That was then. This is now, after his “memory lapse”. I don’t think he could get a majority today.

  3. Brett Bellmore says:

    Cool. Then drop the filibuster, and test that theory, by allowing a vote. 😉

  4. RedWolf says:

    Forgetfulness is not Bolton’s main drawback, bullying is.

    First goes the filibuster, next will be the vote. Why not simply let the NASCAR drivers decide as is done in Saudi-like run country.

  5. Thomas says:

    Yes, RedWolf, first procedures that block majority rule will go, and then majority rule itself. An iron law in history, isn’t it?

    And I didn’t even know there were Nascar drivers elsewhere…

  6. BroD says:

    It occurs to me that the other UN delegations might want to reciprocate by sending 150 lbs of excrement to the White House.

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