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The Case Against John Bolton: Becoming Absurd.

In the WILLisms.com email box from the left-wing group American Progress comes this breathtakingly unclever cartoon:


The un in U.N., eh?

It is so weak that it actually becomes marginally humorous. It is so devoid of any punch that it actually becomes entertaining.

Meanwhile, the Democrats are really dredging the depths to find colorful characters to discredit John Bolton.

It's not working.

On this issue, Democrats would be advised to distance themselves from... themselves. The American people simply do not like UN apologists.

And if Republican Chuck Hagel believes he has a chance at the GOP nomination in 2008, he would be advised to drop his ambivalence.

Posted by Will Franklin · 18 April 2005 04:25 PM


Bolton has been a virtual lightning rod for the Dems. He has taken the storm very well if you ask me... He is way too good to be put through this kind of harassment! It is just typical...of what the Dems. are all about. Once again they refuse to work with us. Typical, typical, typical!...The American people are getting real tired of the way they are refusing to really get to work! Imagine if they would actually work? Our country might really be better off! Political antics are not good for our country...the dems need to get to work now or be fired!

Posted by: Zsa Zsa at April 18, 2005 04:58 PM

Leave it to the Dems. to be so UNcool! Typical liberal BS... It is very UNbelievable how the Dems. can find so many ways to try to UNdo any progress for our country...The UNited states is going to lose out on a really great man, if these individuals UNdermind any more nominations!

Posted by: Kelly at April 18, 2005 06:22 PM

Senator Hagel has fantasies of picking up the John McCain mantle. His hope is that he will be a younger version of McCain with a longer political potential. As I said, this is a fantasy that assumes John McCain has any substantial support within the Republican Party, which he does not. McCain's support base is primarily in the middle-left to left, personified in people such as Chris Matthews and Tim Russert, who see McCain as a "centrist" alternative to "right-wing extremism." Like McCain, Hagel is someone ever-ready to compromise on core principles for the sake of a false comity with Democrats,liberals, and the MSM--most of whom have no intention of reciprocation. They both strike me as the kind of Republicans who privately bemoan "the hayseeds, religious fanatics, and narrow-minded ideologues" with whom they are forced to share a Party. I predict that if Hagel ever seeks the Republican nomination for President, he will have his South Carolina primary(McCain in 2000)for which he can blame his failure to garner any real support--ignoring the basic fact that his history and political stances are at odds with the majority of his Party.

Posted by: DBrooks at April 19, 2005 09:25 AM