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John Bolton: Sacrificed
Front Page Magazine ^ | December 5, 2006 | Ben Johnson

Posted on 12/05/2006 5:52:57 AM PST by Quilla

It’s official: John Bolton has been sacrificed. The question is, how far will the dagger plunge into the back of America’s foreign policy interests?

President Bush has accepted Bolton’s resignation after the recess-appointed UN ambassador was unable to secure a vote in the Senate. The Left, led by a vindictive Lincoln Chafee eager to get back at the president he blames for his much-deserved defeat, refused to bring the Bolton nomination to the floor.

Unlike the first stormy Bolton hearing, there was little question he would have been confirmed this time. In April 2005, it seemed unlikely Bolton could be referred out of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. This time, Sen. George Voinovich, R-OH, dropped his once-lachrymous opposition, and even if Chafee voted no, he could have been referred to the full body on a tie. According to White House spokesman Tony Snow, 58 senators had pledged to confirm Bolton – two too few to keep the Legislative Branch Left from consolidating its grasp on foreign policy.

All the Left’s campaign talk of the coveted “power of oversight” notwithstanding, at this crucial moment in world history, the United States is without representation in the world body, because the Senate refused to perform its duty to “advise and consent” the president vis-à-vis his appointments.

For Bolton, no good deed went unpunished. “John Bolton’s been a tireless advocate for the United States at the UN,” White House spokeswoman Dana Perino accurately recounted. Bolton helped cap the UN budget in the wake of the Oil-for-Food scandal, freezing funds until it adopts reforms to curb its endemic corruption. This should be a top priority for a party committed to expanding the scope, mandate and authority (and naturally, the budget) of the world body over its member nations. (John Kerry once said, “I'd like to see our troops dispersed through the world only at the directive of the United Nations.”) He has undertaken exhaustive efforts to see the United Nations addresses the twin nuclear threats of Iran and North Korea. Bolton also advised against endorsing the “new” UN Human Rights Council, dominated by Amnesty International superstars like Cuba, China, and Saudi Arabia. Although he was branded a firebrand, “kiss-up/kick-down” roughneck by his Senate opponents in 2005, his “consensus-building style” should have humiliated them. Instead, he is now seeking another position, while they continue to man the levers of power in Washington. His eventual successor will note well the assurances he must make – and the policies he must pursue – if he wishes for a longer tenure than his predecessor.

These are the first fruits of the Democratic Party’s bitter plan to micromanage President Bush into an Iraqi surrender – sorry, “strategic redeployment to a safer position.” In the coming two years, the new Congressional titans will unleash increased filibusters, obstructionism, independent counsels, impeachments, and open-ended investigations against whomever continues to buck their desire to throw American prestige and the nascent Iraqi democracy under a bus.

Aside from cutting off funds in the midst of a war, constitutionally the Congress has little power over a war already in progress, an area reserved since the days of Washington, to the commander-in-chief. The time for Congress to speak was before the invasion, when Congressional Democrats, lacking the courage to vote their beliefs, voted for the war before they voted against it. Now they seek to hand the terrorists the greatest propaganda victory since the withdrawal from Somalia. Bin Laden regularly cites that, along with Vietnam and Lebanon, as his two main inspirations. A Baghdad caliphate would furnish international terrorism with a recruiting message beyond compare.

President Bush need not surrender the political battle. He could have appointed (or could still appoint) Bolton as “Acting United Nations Ambassador,” allowing him to remain in Turtle Bay for 210 days. Bush could strengthen his own negotiating power with another recess appointment of a “hardliner,” as I outlined here. If Bolton were re-nominated two months after the recess appointment of Alexander Haig, Jeane Kirkpatrick, or Jesse Helms, he might appear more palatable. And it would serve notice to the surging Capitol Hill leftists that the president had joined the battle to preserve his own role in setting American foreign policy.

After Donald Rumsfeld’s resignation, some suggested Bush would offer Bolton as his second blood sacrifice to the Democratic Party Left.

If Bolton is replaced by Jim Leach or a Robert Gates clone, the Bush Doctrine’s cause of death may safely be classified as suicide.


TOPICS: Foreign Affairs; Government; News/Current Events
KEYWORDS: bolton; chafee; presidentbush
Bolton as "Acting United Nations Ambassador"....

Excellent suggestion!

1 posted on 12/05/2006 5:53:02 AM PST by Quilla
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To: Quilla

I've said it before and I'll say it again: This too can be blamed directly on that God-damned traitor Bill Frist for not using "the nuclear option" when he had the votes for it.


2 posted on 12/05/2006 5:56:02 AM PST by jiggyboy (Ten per cent of poll respondents are either lying or insane)
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To: Quilla
"These are the first fruits of the Democratic Party’s (plan)..."

So how does the Dimocratic Party get credit for the fact Linc Chafee's an @ss?"

3 posted on 12/05/2006 5:56:54 AM PST by Redbob
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To: jiggyboy

What's being sacrificed is our country, our safety and security, and our freedoms. Other than that, Mrs. Lincoln, how was the play?


4 posted on 12/05/2006 5:58:13 AM PST by ExTexasRedhead
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To: Quilla

"The Left, led by a vindictive Lincoln Chafee... "

A fine illustration of the dangers of having a RINO in the ranks.

Didn't Dr. Keyes once hold that UN post? I wonder if he is available?


5 posted on 12/05/2006 5:58:57 AM PST by FreeInWV
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To: Quilla

Bolton's another of long line who've had to fall on their sword. Bush and the "republican" congress (I retch when I type that) have wasted one of the biggest opportunities to forward conservatism in this country.


6 posted on 12/05/2006 5:59:46 AM PST by raybbr (You think it's bad now - wait till the anchor babies start to vote.)
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To: Quilla

Sacrificed? Not quite. To be sacrificed he'd have had to have some remote chance of actually being confirmed, which he does not.

Though, I will miss the opportunity for hearings that would have no doubt been good TV.

The good news in this is that Bolton was wasted on the U.N. We can afford to have somebody ineffective and incompetent there, in keeping with the stature of the institution.

I'd like to see Bolton in a more useful place. I hear there's a undersecretary position open at State, and that place could use a little shaking up.


7 posted on 12/05/2006 6:01:20 AM PST by Ramius ([sip])
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To: Quilla
Elections have consequences, and American feminine mindset has spoken, they want no more icky war on TV.

Where are all our men?
8 posted on 12/05/2006 6:02:49 AM PST by roses of sharon
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To: jiggyboy

I, too, blame First. The very term 'nuclear option' (coined by the democrats) was outrageous and insulting by itself.


9 posted on 12/05/2006 6:04:55 AM PST by stockstrader ("Where government advances--and it advances relentlessly--freedom is imperiled"-Janice Rogers Brown)
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To: Quilla
Only those who pay attention to global politics, have a clue about Bolton.

Further there are very very few in this nation that even understand what the UN 'Oil for rotten Food' program was about.

The removal of Saddam was a crack in the institutional global business base. Nations that were on the take, benefiting from Saddam's "oil", have not and will not forget lost contracts.

Everything is local and yet at the same time global, from the village, to towns, cities, states, nations under an UN umbrella. Liberals have had to watch in horror to what a Bush administration has chipped away that Clintons wall-builders built.
10 posted on 12/05/2006 6:04:55 AM PST by Just mythoughts
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To: Quilla
The people voted and gave Congress back to the Dems
There was no way Bolton would get a vote with them in charge
I don't like it .. but it's a fact we have to deal with
11 posted on 12/05/2006 6:08:41 AM PST by Mo1 (Thank You Mr & Mrs "I'm gonna teach you a lesson" Voter ... you just screwed us on so many levels)
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To: Just mythoughts

I've watched liberals cheer for John Bolton's resignation. However not one can tell me what he did wrong or why they don't like him.


12 posted on 12/05/2006 6:10:11 AM PST by cripplecreek (If stupidity got us into this mess, then why can't it get us out?)
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To: Quilla
While I mourn the loss of Bolton in any public service position - why would anyone want to serve in an organization in which the head honcho Kofi declares that Iraq was better off under Saddam?
13 posted on 12/05/2006 6:12:38 AM PST by daybreakcoming
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To: Just mythoughts

Good Comments.

If the UN was a no-nonsense organization we would not be at war in Iraq. Bush sent a no-nonsense person to the UN, and the totally-nonsense Democrats saw that as a problem.


15 posted on 12/05/2006 6:13:35 AM PST by Loud Mime (Those who can make you believe absurdities can make you commit atrocities. - Voltaire)
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To: Quilla

*sigh* .. can't have someone standing up for America in the UN can we?


16 posted on 12/05/2006 6:15:11 AM PST by CometBaby (You can twist perceptions .. reality won't budge!)
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To: cripplecreek
I've watched liberals cheer for John Bolton's resignation. However not one can tell me what he did wrong or why they don't like him.

Just another part of the "Break Bush's Stones" policy of the dems

That is the name of the game

It has no logic
17 posted on 12/05/2006 6:15:54 AM PST by uncbob
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To: cripplecreek
However not one can tell me what he did wrong or why they don't like him.

Your exact point was echoed by Herb London, President, The Hudson Institute, on Bill Bennett's radio show this morning. He has asked numerous democrat senators their problem with Bolton, and never once received a specific response.

18 posted on 12/05/2006 6:18:28 AM PST by Quilla
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To: roses of sharon
You said, "Where are all our men"?

As long as our society continues to trivialize traditional male traits (and in many cases demean and look down on traditional 60's values) while worshiping at the altar of perceived political correctness (as defined by the condescending liberal elite via the MSM)--that question will be more and more difficult to answer every day.

Our 'foo-foo' society has become intoxicated with the liberal cocktail--of high-minded idealistic naivete' mixed with ounce of manufactured feminine compassion in a big snifter of historical amnesia. (I'd rather have a ice cold BUD out of the bottle).

19 posted on 12/05/2006 6:19:38 AM PST by stockstrader ("Where government advances--and it advances relentlessly--freedom is imperiled"-Janice Rogers Brown)
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To: daybreakcoming

While I mourn the loss of Bolton in any public service position - why would anyone want to serve in an organization in which the head honcho Kofi declares that Iraq was better off under Saddam?

***

No matter who is nominated to replace Bolton, we will wind up with someone wishy-washy and contrary to our interests. All the more reason for us to bail out of the UN and kick the organization out of the U.s.


20 posted on 12/05/2006 6:19:50 AM PST by fatnotlazy
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To: Quilla
So, what's the downside if we just don't have an ambassador to the UN?

We don't get to publicly beg the Russians for support for sanctions against (Korea, Syria, Iran, the madman of the day). BFD.

We don't get to stand up for Israel in the 150 : 10 votes. BFD.

What else?

21 posted on 12/05/2006 6:20:06 AM PST by Izzy Dunne (Hello, I'm a TAGLINE virus. Please help me spread by copying me into YOUR tag line.)
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To: jiggyboy
This too can be blamed directly on that God-damned traitor Bill Frist for not using "the nuclear option" when he had the votes for it.

Remember, it now is only a "gentlemans fillabuster", meaning no speeches, no days on end of staying awake and keeping the senate tied up.

Now its a phone call to say "the fillabuster is on", and then they all go home or off to collect lobbyist and donor checks, while the country loses.

I doubt that reid will be as "generous" as frist was.

22 posted on 12/05/2006 6:21:21 AM PST by Kakaze (Exterminate Islamofacism and apologize for nothing.....except not doing it sooner!)
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To: Just mythoughts
Nations that were on the take, benefiting from Saddam's "oil", have not and will not forget lost contracts.

You mean Germany, France, and Russia? The same folks whose troops are missing from Iraq and Afghanistan?

No they have not forgotten, nor will they.

23 posted on 12/05/2006 6:22:58 AM PST by Smokin' Joe (How often God must weep at humans' folly.)
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To: cripplecreek
I've watched liberals cheer for John Bolton's resignation. However not one can tell me what he did wrong or why they don't like him.

Liberals have successfully tarnished anything "Bush" or "Bush administration" as pure evil. Hillry set the get Bush stage when she took her feminazi mouth to the Senate floor, holding her New York newspaper and shrieked, What did Bush know and when did he know it. One does have to wonder exactly what liberals demanded of President Bush to give him authority to remove Saddam, after Saddam refused that last opportunity to give up his weapons of mass destruction.

This has been like a surreal drama of lies and deception out of these liberals, they obviously had their futures at stake, invested in UN governance.

24 posted on 12/05/2006 6:23:07 AM PST by Just mythoughts
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To: uncbob

He was too mean-spirited and strong willed in defending US interests--in an organization known for its compassion, caring, reasoned thought, consensus resolutions and strong pro-US actions. s/off


25 posted on 12/05/2006 6:23:14 AM PST by stockstrader ("Where government advances--and it advances relentlessly--freedom is imperiled"-Janice Rogers Brown)
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To: All

Why would anyone want to be an ambassador to an anti-sovereignty, anti-american cesspool of unconstitutionalism? If he was indeed sincere in his disgust of the UN as any patriot should be, seing as how it is irrelevant to the american rule of law which is the constitution, he would have called for the removal of the US in that money laundering crminal body. He then could have said "after this, my service and anyone else's, will no longer be needed. We should therefore abolish the position, get out of the UN, and save american taxpayers millions of dollars." Granted, the globalists would never allow such a swat against their precious new age old boys club.


26 posted on 12/05/2006 6:24:10 AM PST by Jeremydmccann
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To: Ramius
[ I'd like to see Bolton in a more useful place. I hear there's a undersecretary position open at State, and that place could use a little shaking up. ]

I agree...

27 posted on 12/05/2006 6:24:31 AM PST by hosepipe (CAUTION: This propaganda is laced with hyperbole)
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To: jiggyboy

You're as angry as I am.

This failure is big. The tyrants of the world are smiling. They have used the Democrats to promote an ineffective UN. Nothing could be better for them.


28 posted on 12/05/2006 6:25:00 AM PST by Loud Mime (Those who can make you believe absurdities can make you commit atrocities. - Voltaire)
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To: Quilla
Your exact point was echoed by Herb London, President, The Hudson Institute, on Bill Bennett's radio show this morning. He has asked numerous democrat senators their problem with Bolton, and never once received a specific response.

What does that say about Bush's acceptance of his resignation?

29 posted on 12/05/2006 6:25:42 AM PST by raybbr (You think it's bad now - wait till the anchor babies start to vote.)
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To: jiggyboy
***I've said it before and I'll say it again: This too can be blamed directly on that God-damned traitor Bill Frist for not using "the nuclear option" when he had the votes for it.***

I don't believe so.

As I recall the 'Nuclear Option' was only going to pertain to no filibustering of Judicial Nominations and them getting an up or down floor vote.

Bolton's demise 'this time' is due solely to Lincoln "I want my blankey" Chafee holding him up in committee.

Not that I disagree on Frist, someone apparently took his gonads long ago.

30 posted on 12/05/2006 6:28:10 AM PST by Condor51 (Tagline Under Construction - Kindly Wear Your Hardhat)
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To: Just mythoughts

All we can really do is visit ideologically mixed groups and ask those same questions. While it changes few liberal minds, it does expose their stupidity to the fence sitters and moderates.


31 posted on 12/05/2006 6:29:05 AM PST by cripplecreek (If stupidity got us into this mess, then why can't it get us out?)
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To: cripplecreek

"However not one can tell me what he did wrong or why they don't like him."

Don't you recall the major charge against Bolton from his previous confirmation hearing?

His secretary said he sometimes "wasn't nice".

Seriously and honest-to-God, that was the major charge.

"John Bolton: meanie".


32 posted on 12/05/2006 6:30:35 AM PST by angkor
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To: Quilla
President Bush need not surrender the political battle. He could have appointed (or could still appoint) Bolton as “Acting United Nations Ambassador,” allowing him to remain in Turtle Bay for 210 days.

I doubt very much that the above scenario is correct. President Bush would have done this immediately if it was possible and of course if Bolton agrees.

33 posted on 12/05/2006 6:30:58 AM PST by jveritas (Support The Commander in Chief in Times of War)
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To: Smokin' Joe
You mean Germany, France, and Russia? The same folks whose troops are missing from Iraq and Afghanistan? No they have not forgotten, nor will they.

Yes, I do mean these three, China can't be left out of the mix either. Some nations around this globe do make hefty economic profit off terrorist dictators. Capitalism has become their weapon of deception.

N.Korea nor Iran could have gone nuclear, that great Clinton equalizer of all nations, without the assistance of these seated at the inner most sanctum of the UN.

34 posted on 12/05/2006 6:31:23 AM PST by Just mythoughts
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To: Quilla

Bolton wasn't "sacrificed" he was "killed" by the dems.


35 posted on 12/05/2006 6:32:13 AM PST by NCLaw441
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To: Quilla
OK let us suppose that the "Acting ambassador scenario" is true. It is only 210 days, which is only seven months. I doubt that Bolton would have agreed on this to start with.
36 posted on 12/05/2006 6:32:46 AM PST by jveritas (Support The Commander in Chief in Times of War)
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To: Condor51
Bolton's demise 'this time' is due solely to Lincoln "I want my blankey" Chafee holding him up in committee.

Chaffe deserves alot of the blame but lets not one senator skate here........Dick Lugar chaired that committee and he let it die, he wouldn't push he just sat there like tits on a boar.

Unfortunately he's my senator and I will cheer the day he departs the building.

37 posted on 12/05/2006 6:33:30 AM PST by Kakaze (Exterminate Islamofacism and apologize for nothing.....except not doing it sooner!)
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To: Quilla
He has asked numerous democrat senators their problem with Bolton, and never once received a specific response.

I specifically recall that the major charge against Bolton by Rats and RINOs was that he "wasn't nice".

Seriously. That was it.

38 posted on 12/05/2006 6:34:32 AM PST by angkor
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To: jiggyboy
This too can be blamed directly on that God-damned traitor Bill Frist for not using "the nuclear option" when he had the votes for it.

Wimpy --Stupid--but not traitor

How these guys can spend so much time in DC and STILL get screwed by the democrats without learning is maddening
39 posted on 12/05/2006 6:36:53 AM PST by uncbob
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To: Kakaze
It was my understanding that without Chafee's vote Bolton couldn't get out of committee.
40 posted on 12/05/2006 6:41:41 AM PST by Condor51 (Tagline Under Construction - Kindly Wear Your Hardhat)
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To: Quilla

John Bolton is a victim of pusillanimous Republican Senators, primarily Chaffee and Voinovich, and vindictive Dems, primarily Dodd. Not one of these idiots is able to recognize an American representative to the UN who will represent American interests.


41 posted on 12/05/2006 6:43:46 AM PST by Rummyfan (Iraq: Give therapeutic violence a chance!)
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To: Quilla

There has to be some high position at State that does not require Senate confirmation. Put Bolton in there Mr. President. He is too good of a man and a proponant of standing up against our enemies.


42 posted on 12/05/2006 6:44:35 AM PST by lexington minuteman 1775
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To: jiggyboy
I've said it before and I'll say it again: This too can be blamed directly on that God-damned traitor Bill Frist for not using "the nuclear option" when he had the votes for it.

I don't think he ever had the votes. While there was a Republican majority in the Senate, there was never a conservative majority.

That doesn't excuse Frist for not calling a vote and making the RINOs go on the record with their votes against "the nuclear option".

Frist has been a pathetic majority leader.

Republicans had the numbers in theory, but they never had control of the Senate.

I think DeWine's part in negotiating the "compromise" on appointments played a significant role in him losing his Senate seat. Who seeks out a compromise when victory is in your grasp? Someone that doesn't want to win. To many conservatives just couldn't bring themselves to vote for him to keep Sherrod Brown out of office.

43 posted on 12/05/2006 7:28:41 AM PST by untrained skeptic
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To: Quilla
FORCED RESIGNATIONS --
FOR POLITICAL PURPOSES ONLY:

John Ashcroft (DOJ)

Porter Goss (CIA)

Donald Rumsfeld (DOD)

John Bolton (UN Ambassador)

Any questions?

44 posted on 12/05/2006 8:05:21 AM PST by Paul Ross (Ronald Reagan-1987:"We are always willing to be trade partners but never trade patsies.")
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To: Condor51
It was my understanding that without Chafee's vote Bolton couldn't get out of committee.

Correct. Chafee badly needed a "wood pile" session.

"You want ANY money for your stupid UN? Then don't mess with my appointments..."
But I guess somebody advised him that it "wouldn't be prudent".
45 posted on 12/05/2006 8:08:27 AM PST by Paul Ross (Ronald Reagan-1987:"We are always willing to be trade partners but never trade patsies.")
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To: untrained skeptic
I think DeWine's part in negotiating the "compromise" on appointments played a significant role in him losing his Senate seat. Who seeks out a compromise when victory is in your grasp? Someone that doesn't want to win. To many conservatives just couldn't bring themselves to vote for him to keep Sherrod Brown out of office.

Bump! Exactly right.

We have had a passel of phonies parade around seeking conservative votes who aren't...and they are still at it.

Look no further than the 2008 race...

46 posted on 12/05/2006 8:11:55 AM PST by Paul Ross (Ronald Reagan-1987:"We are always willing to be trade partners but never trade patsies.")
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To: Rummyfan; chimera; ALOHA RONNIE
John Bolton is a victim of pusillanimous Republican Senators

The White House didn't need to cave on this.

My concern is that this was part of a "deal" with Pelosi and Reid. They get what they want... a Liberal Cabinet and UN Ambassador...and Bush gets his Illegal Alien Amnesty (with no fence getting built), North American Union and signing and ratification of the Law of the Sea Treaty...and continued non-enforcement of the Rules of Trade.

47 posted on 12/05/2006 8:17:53 AM PST by Paul Ross (Ronald Reagan-1987:"We are always willing to be trade partners but never trade patsies.")
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To: Paul Ross

The circle will be complete when they send George Mitchell up for approval.


48 posted on 12/05/2006 8:37:50 AM PST by chimera
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