Skip to comments.World Bank board to mame next president
Posted on 06/25/2007 5:15:30 AM PDT by period end of story
WASHINGTON - Robert Zoellick, President Bush's former trade chief and No. 2 diplomat, appeared certain to win approval as the World Bank's next president.
The World Bank's 24-member board scheduled a closed-door meeting Monday to take up Zoellick's nomination, which was put forward by Bush. No other countries nominated candidates.
Zoellick would succeed Paul Wolfowitz, who will step down on June 30, ending a stormy two-year tenure at the poverty-fighting institution.
Wolfowitz courted controversy from the start because of his role in the Iraq war when he was deputy defense secretary. However, it was his role in arranging a hefty pay raise for Shaha Riza, his girlfriend and bank employee, that forced his upcoming departure
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AM, please change headline to say “maim”.
Hey, they maimed the last one pretty good didn’t they! By the way, you spelled maim wrong in the title.
I thought that was supposed to be the Supreme Court’s job
Uh-oh, honest mistake= pseudo-freudian slip?
Maybe they meant that the board will sing “Mammy” to the next president?
It all makes sense now. Naming Auntie Mame to head up the World Bank will make the crap circle of insanity complete. Let us sing, let us dance, Mame is in charge of the $$$. ;)
Seems a little harsh.
I geuss they’re still a little pissed ,....too bad for them.
My sentiments precisely.
Although going beyond maim would work for the head of this financial arm of the One-Worlders.
And that's in the title of the thread too for all to see!
You should be forced to wear a sticker on your forehead today that says "I can't spel!" LOL!
I know! It’s much worse than giving a job to your girlfriend.
Dang!!! You beat me to it!
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