Sunday, July 09, 2006

The One-Percenters

President Bush, responding to a question on North Korea during his press conference on Friday: "The problem with diplomacy, it takes a while to get something done. If you're acting alone, you can move quickly."

Any questions?

7 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

"The Problem with the Constitution is that Crazy unAmerican concept of 3 branches of Government. In Texas, our Gun and our Liberty does the talking; these do gooders in DC, don't know better."

--PR of the Future?

I love America but hate what Bush & Co. have done.

7/09/2006 12:47 AM  
Anonymous antonie said...

"If this were a dictatorship, it would be a heck of a lot easier, just so long as I'm the dictator." (George W. Bush, December 18, 2000)

With that kind of mindset diplomacy is indeed very difficult. However, all disputes, armed or not, are eventually settled diplomatically.

Part of our problem is, that we think we're doing other countries a favor by merely entering into talks.

7/09/2006 7:56 AM  
Blogger jjv said...

Well, between Kim and Bush who the heck moved more unilaterally against the advice of his allies?

7/09/2006 6:08 PM  
Blogger 277fia said...

Antonie - Thanks for digging out that quote. Wasn't Bush merely paraphrasing his earlier quote last Friday, C.R.?

I have to say one thing about all of these conservatives from Ann Coulter to George W. Bush - they are up front about how they think they should run the country.

Then again, the seven-year long attempt by conservatives to overthrow a legitimately elected president in the '90s should have been everyone's first clue.

In six years, the Bush administraton has only expressed support for the rights of the state, never the rights of the individual.

Uh, C.R., isn't the supreme right of the state a primary tenet of fascism?

Wear your badge of conservatism proudly, C.R.!

Signed,

A member of the Shrill Left

P.S. - Coulter is going down before she sees her dream of shipping liberals to a Cuban concentration camp realized.

7/10/2006 10:56 AM  
Anonymous George said...

jjv said: Well, between Kim and Bush who the heck moved more unilaterally against the advice of his allies?

Kim shot some missiles into the ocean (Kim has allies?). Against the advice of most of the world, including many allies, Bush invaded a country that did not threaten us and plunged it into a sectarian civil war. So I guess the answer would be Bush.

7/10/2006 9:13 PM  
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