Tough talk a Bruxelles today from Secretaire d'Etat Incompetentalleezza Rice, at a NATO meeting, where she more or less said Iran remains a bone of contention between the United States and Europe, according to this from Le Monde. Watching "Dr. Rice" even without the sound as I did this morning in a midtown coffee shop is disconcerting enough; had I had the sound on and listened to the same kind of drumbeat now sounding vis a vis our coming war with Iran that we heard with respect to our last war with Iraq would be... depressing.
Hence, I'd much rather read about her ravings in the measured, mellifluous language used by Le Monde (i.e., Freedom). Rice's lambastings of European efforts at negotiating with Iran are just a little too reminiscent of her prior efforts to undermine the work of UN weapons inspectors in Iraq. And her invocation of the UN Security Council is just a little too reminiscent of her predecessor's least finest hour...
Well, Iran must be stopped. Yada yada yada mushroom cloud, terrorism, obstacle to peace, yada yada yada...
Iran? Mais ouis...
4 More Wars!!! Here we go again. This time he'll need the draft cause our raggedy ass volunteer military doesn't have lines forming anymore at the recruiters offices. I hate these people their a vile bunch of friggin bullies. Oh, and Condi is 1 UGLY black women too boot.
Posted by GlennK at February 9, 2005 8:48 PM
Ce qui et un arme de la destruction du tout est invisible aux yeux
Posted by julia at February 9, 2005 9:44 PM
A US (unilateral) war with Iran is not going to happen. At this time, it's just not feasible militarily or financially. All this is just so much dick banging on the table (or in Condi's case, dildo banging on the table).
And what's French for yada, yada, yada?
Posted by Miss Authoritiva at February 9, 2005 10:01 PM
GlennK, I would've expected better of you. "1 UGLY black women too boot"?
Do you think that's appropriate?
I mean, there's 2 words spelled wrong.
You must be using the TD's spellcheck.
But seriously folks. Somebody had to sponsor this no talent and guide her career. The currency of the relationship had to be sex.
Someone thought she was mad sexy.
She got an oil tanker named after her. Who is the sponsor?
Posted by WallyCox'sLitter at February 10, 2005 1:01 PM
Why did the currency of the relationship have to be sex? Maybe she's really good at saying "yes sir." My neighbor said her boss likes to hire women because they do what they're told and don't try to outguess the boss. Ugly people frequently get furthur playing the "I think you're great!" role than playing the "sleep with me" role. Also, maybe she gives a great blow job. That's not technically sex, right.
Posted by irisclara at February 11, 2005 5:08 AM
I have no idea WHAT the hook was. Based on the timing, and her meteoric rise, I am more or less convinced of WHO the hook was. Both "Dr." Rice and Neil Bush were in Denver in the early 1980's. An obscure Ph.D. candidate at an obscure institution (U. of Denver) suddenly lands on the fast track on the Stanford faculty, on the Chevron Board and in the White House...?
Posted by the talking dog at February 11, 2005 10:30 AM
Let me get this straight.
If I hire ugly chicks, they will tell me I'm wonderful, and I get no back talk?
And free blow jobs?
Zoowee! How could that possibly go wrong?
Posted by Bubba C at February 11, 2005 3:03 PM