That list of criticisms could be applied to virtually every member of the House and Senate.
...hmm, come to think of it...
That the San Fran loonies even dare criticize him show how far left they are, and they are simply water carriers for the banal lefties at the WB.
I would love to see the WB (and the UN) extend this type of scrutiny to any other player at these institutions. It will never happen, since these globalist institutions practice thievery on a mass scale. They hire relatives and mistresses just because they can.
Wolfie did every thing he was asked to do regarding his girlfriend, who was appointed to the position long before he went to work there.
It is nothing but grotesque to suggest that this entire episode is anything but a political hit.
Sound like he was emulating the whole of Congress and the Senate....eh?
If your frame of reference is the looney-tunes, leftist, Bush bashing, Nancy Pelosi loving San Francisco Chronicle ... I can see why you're left with that impression. A much better frame of reference would be found in the editorial pages of the WSJ.
Posted on 05/10/2007 9:24:59 PM EDT by Kitten Festival
As pointed out by several Freepers in your earlier post of May 10 ... you obviously have an agenda KF and further, you're in completely over your head.
No incompetence throughout.
Close down the World Bank. The world would be a better place.
“IN ANY normal work situation, World Bank President Paul Wolfowitz might have been shown the door”
The Mayor of San Francisco would have been shown the door a lot quicker. Thank you, Chronicle, for complaining about a mote in someone else’s eye.
-- You had displayed "questionable judgment and a preoccupation with self-interest over institutional best interest."
-- You saw yourself "as the outsider to whom the established rules and standards did not apply."
-- You had displayed "a lack of understanding and disregard for the interests of the institution."
-- You had "resorted to public attacks ... which denigrate the very institution" you were selected to lead.
Well, I can imagine that such a man would be reelected President in 1996.