John Bolton Unacceptable: "I don'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:
Hey Mr. Bolton, eat those carrots. Check out this picture of the United Nations.
“There's no such thing as the United Nations.” (Global Structures Convocation, Feb. 3, 1994)
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!