Thursday, July 19, 2012

Two reasons why a Romney victory would be desirable

The first and most obvious one is that President Obama has been a disaster for the United States and the West in general.

The second one is that there is a strong possibility that he would have John Bolton as his Secretary of State. Let me put it this way: he actually might; Obama, sure as eggs is eggs, will not.

Why do I want Bolton in that position? Well, the State Department will hate him and that is a good sign; the tranzis will hate him and that is even better; and the UN with all its myriad of sub-organizations will have a collective apoplexy. He might even start the process of dismantling that noxious and evil organization.

For sure he has no illusions about it. Here is a hard-hitting article about the World Intellectual Property Organization.
We learned last month that the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), which oversees multilateral treaties involving patents, trademarks and copyrights, has been delivering computer hardware and "technical assistance" to none other than Iran and North Korea. The U.N. body's actions are in blatant disregard of Security Council sanctions on Tehran and Pyongyang, prompting House Foreign Affairs Committee Chairwoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen to call last week for freezing U.S. contributions to the organization.
Read it and weep.


  1. YES! I'd love to see more of John Bolton, and not just because of his awesome mustache. He's another one of those fantastic characters the left hate because of his "stupidity" (ie, he doesn't agree with or in any way kowtow to their beliefs).

    Oh, and I think you've forgotten to add a link to the article?

  2. Thanks for the reminder, AKM. Link now added.

  3. Bolton is anti-EU, saying that the Lisbon Treaty would "undermine democracy". He's also urged the UK to ignore that Strasbourg court stuffed with superannuated law lecturers from countries that most Britons would struggle to spell. In short, he's a good 'un. Because the US has very, very strongly supported the EU since the 1950s - and has wanted the UK in the EU since then – I find it hard to believe that any US president could appoint Bolton as s-of-s, much as I would welcome his appointment.


  4. I suspect the EU comes relatively low on any incoming President's priorities nowadays, Clarence. Other things matter more and Bolton might be just the chap to deal with them. I am no saying Romney would necessarily appoint him but then Romney might not win.