Monday, April 11, 2005

John Bolton Unacceptable: "I don't do Carrots"

John Bolton doesn't "do carrots".


A nice carrot photo.

These carrots are for you Mr. Bolton.

Good for you. Vitamin A. Help you with your eyes.

John Bolton, talked about carrots when discussing the European Union's attempt to offer Iran incentives in regards to their nuclear program. He stated:
"I don't do carrots."
My mother always told me to eat my carrots. She said they would help my eyes. Said I could see better in the night.

John Bolton needs to see better. All he sees is darkness.

He has stated:

“There's no such thing as the United Nations.” (Global Structures Convocation, Feb. 3, 1994)


Hey Mr. Bolton, eat those carrots. Check out this picture of the United Nations.

It's real!



And Mr. Bolton, if you eat your carrots, you will be able to see better. You get confused sometimes about the United Nations building. And also the Twin Towers.



But that's right, it was back in 1994 when you stated:


“If the U.N. secretary building in New York lost 10 stories, it wouldn't make a bit of difference.” (Global Structures Convocation, Feb. 3, 1994)


Maybe that was pretty funny in 1994. I don't think that it is funny today. I don't know if carrots will help you on that. Maybe you need some turnips.

Oh and those carrots. Will you send some to President Bush. He is having a hard time seeing also. He doesn't see what he is doing to America. He doesn't see what making a mockery of the United Nations does to world peace. He doesn't see the danger in tearing down institutions that haven't been very helpful to him.

It is the vision thing.

So please do Carrots Mr. Bolton. Maybe they will help your eyes. Couldn't hurt you know.

Meanwhile, I hope the rest of the United States Senate will have the vision to see a better way for America and reject the Bolton nomination for Ambassador to the United Nations. This joke isn't very funny.

International relations isn't a joke. America deserves better!

Bob

9 Comments:

Blogger Marie said...

Oh that was good!!!!! Very good! I do carrots........love them.

marie

9:21 PM  
Blogger Deb said...

Yeah, I like this post, too, Bob. Good stuff (the post AND the carrots).

9:35 PM  
Blogger BobsAdvice said...

Deb,

Thanks for the kind words! Sometimes things seem so outrageous I don't really know what to say! Maybe just eat your carrots?

Bob

11:23 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

To latch unto your witful promotion of carrots: Why not invent a new national dish : Carrots and goose ? The geese kindly shot by your sophisticated senator.

Over the enjoyment of this dish, the American citizen might then each time think over which was the more honest statement at the time: Bolton´s or Kerry´s .

6:34 PM  
Blogger BobsAdvice said...

Anonymous,

Carrots and Goose? Sounds delicious. I am not sure which statements you would like to compare with John Bolton....and John Kerry. So I can't really comment.

But let's see, this was the comment that Senator Voinovich had about Bolton: "I believe that John Bolton would have been fired -- fired -- if he had worked for a major corporation. This is not the behavior of a true leader who upholds the kind of democracy that President Bush is seeking to promote globally.

This is not the behavior that should be endorsed as the face of the United States to the world community in the United Nations. Rather, Mr. Chairman, it is my opinion that John Bolton is the poster child of what someone in the diplomatic corps should not be."....now what was it that Kerry said about the Goose?

Bob

9:20 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

He Killed the goose, the pious senator.
In a less then sophisticated way.
That, sadly, was his statement to the goose.
And with that statement he told a lot about himself to the rest of us.

Voinovich would have fired him for that if this would have happened in a major corporation (presuming ofcourse Voinovich was 1=one rank higher then Kerry, not 2 ranks. +1 ranks would be unredeemable sin : lets all agree there).

But earthly corporate problems and procedures cannot be a worry for the honourable senator Kerry, can they? When your wife sits on top of the, Hm, "food"-chain.

Dear we imagine what condiment will be enforced with the new national dish, when the Wrong Guy wins in 2008?

1:15 PM  
Blogger BobsAdvice said...

Anonymous,

Your prose is wonderful! I especially like those bold first letters. Very stylistic.

I suppose with Mrs. Kerry sitting on top of the food chain we will all be eating Ketchup with our Goose :).

But seriously, speaking about "eating", it is the Republicans who are force feeding America with unpalatable judicial nominees.

You know clean the plate Johnny! Don't leave a single judge behind. Children are starving somewhere. Something like that I guess.

Thanks again for visiting and adding your literary touches to my staid posts!

Bob

6:23 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks Bob:

You are a good guy;
And tactful on my HTML clumsiness as well.I can appreciate that: I will vote Kerry from now on, maybe.

What whine will you serve with the goose? I have a vague hunch you r good at them w..

But seriously: It is time to ketchup with the times, Bob. Don t the Pious One tell you that ? He should, he has some stake in telling that.

Democracy is at the ballot box, what is happening in the senate is sophistication,or better : Obstruction, and not democracy.

What happened to "Wild Bob" (that was the name of the shot goose) was also a demo of soft power sophistication.

Roast In Peace , wild Bob !

10:58 AM  
Blogger BobsAdvice said...

Anonymous,

What is happening in the Senate is not about 'obstruction' as you write. It is about pulling the carpet from under the last of the Democrat input into the appointment process. As you know, Republicans held up about 62 of President Clinton's judicial appointments. They didn't need to filibuster, they had enough control in the committees to block them from even getting to the floor. President Bush has received 90% approval on his nominees. If this President was wise, and truly wished to be bipartisan, he would merely point out that he respected the interests of the Democrats as well, and would simply nominate another 100 conservatives to judgeships.

But no, he prefers to reintroduce the failed appointments, because he really doesn't wish to work with the Democrats. He prefers to rub their noses in the mud, and shove those appointments down their throats! Am I being too blunt? This is about arrogance and the tyranny of the majority. Nothing else!

Bob

11:01 PM  

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