Monday, March 07, 2005

SoCalPundit Prediction: All Hell Is About To Break Loose Over Lebanon Withdrawal

Mark my words, Syria has no intention of leaving Lebanon 100%. And nothing less will satisfy the Bush Administration.

Call me a sadistic pundit but people like me live for moments like this. I pray GWB sticks to his guns. It has carried him to victory (and the US to world praise) thus far.

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Left-Wingers Not At All Pleased W/ Bush's UN Appointment

Of course not! Bush placed a person who has a history of "talking straight" into the position of UN ambassador. There is nothing the UN hates more than honest dialogue.


Just as it looked like George W. Bush might be nudging toward multilateralism, he goes and appoints John Bolton as his ambassador to the United Nations. There could be no clearer sign that the contempt for the international organization, which was such a prominent feature of Bush's first term, will extend into his second term with still greater force and eloquence.

So according to Slate, anyone that does not tow the globalization line of The United Nations, is a poor and "contemptuous" choice. Will the liberals never learn? Read the article.

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Regretfully Remembering Dan Rather

We'd rather not, but for the record, Media Research has compiled a list of most of Rather's left-wing comments, which is pretty much the only way he commented. Here are just a few:

"Have you ever had any anger about President Bush — who spent his time during the Vietnam War in the National Guard — running, in effect, a campaign that does its best to diminish your service in Vietnam? You have to be at least irritated by that, or have you been?”
— To Senator John Kerry in an interview shown on the July 22, 2004

“The Republican convention opens in New York to re-nominate George W. Bush and showcase the party’s, quote, ‘moderate side.’ Will voters buy it?”

— Opening the August 30, 2004 CBS Evening News.

Good riddance...

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