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Tuesday, November 16, 2004

Bribery and the French

I think it's time for the Euroweenies to shut up. By continually spouting their rhetoric, they are getting deeper and deeper in trouble with the U.S. citizenry.

Here is a nice article on French Prez, Chirac trying to shove a wedge between the U.S. and Europe.

A few tasty excerpts:

"President Chirac doubted whether anyone could play the “honest broker”. Speaking before he visits London on Thursday, he said that it was not in the nature of this Administration to return favours. " “Well, Britain gave its support but I did not see anything in return. I’m not sure it is in the nature of our American friends at the moment to return favours systematically.”

Yes, Jack, we know all about your "reciprocation" from Saddam. It doesn't mean the whole world runs on bribes, but it doesn't hurt to ask does it?

In other remarks that will sting the Bush Administration, he again outlined his vision of a “multipolar” world in which a united Europe would be equal with the US, and mocked Donald Rumsfeld, the US Defence Secretary, for his division of Europe into old and new.

This of course is Europe's biggest problem. They are jealous of the U.S. and want to be as strong, if not stronger. Have you guys not yet realized that will NEVER happen?

Here Jacques, this is just an excerpt from the WSJ on the OIL-for-FOOD scandal. You know about that, don't you?

Oil for Food was designed to help feed poor Iraqis who were suffering under international sanctions. Instead, Saddam was able to exploit the program and sanctions generally to finance his regime and maintain power. Remarkably, Democratic Senator Carl Levin still seems to think that sanctions were a success -- or at least he said so at yesterday's hearings. That's precisely the kind of self-delusion that Saddam was able to exploit at the U.N.

Of course I had to throw in the Democrat thinking the sanctions were working...yes they were working for the countries of the bribed. Thanks Carl.
totalkaosdave, 5:52 AM