Yep, see what did I tell ya?
No sooner did the thunder clap die down after the nuc detonation (well, actually, it was more like a balloon popping) the [Dim]ocrats jumped on their tried and true bandwagon, IT’s all BUSH’S fault!
This “courtesy” of Russ Feingold:
A potential 2008 Democratic presidential contender, Sen. Russ Feingold of Wisconsin issued a statement denouncing Bush for using the vehicle of six-nation talks involving China and Japan to try to persuade North Korea to forego its nuclear weapons ambitions.
Sunday’s nuclear test, Feingold said, showed “the weakness of the Six Party approach as well as the danger of this Administration’s hands-off approach to North Korea.”
He added, “the stakes are too high to rely on others to address the North Korean crisis.”
Can someone explain the logic behind that statement? On one hand this loonbat declares the six-party tallks a failure, on the other he calls the Bush policy a “hands-off” approach.
Isn’t engaging in talks with five other parties also being engaged with them. How is that not hands-on?
While I’m poking stick as these nutjobs, let us not forget Shillary:
Some of the reason we are facing this danger is because of the failed policies of the Bush administration, and I regret deeply their failure to deal with the threat posed by North Korea, and I hope that the administration will now adopt a much more effective response than what they have up until now.
Nice diversion Shillary. But let us also not forget how your some-time hubby, along with the worst president in history, gave Little Kim the wherewithall to be in the position he’s in. Without the nuc plant Slick Willy handed over there would be no “enrichment” or weapons going pop in the night, emphasis on POP.
Lets continue this litiny of nonsense with Senate Democratic (so-called) Leader Harry Reid:
“Unfortunately, on the Bush Administration’s watch, North Korea’s nuclear arsenal has grown to as many as a dozen bombs. Distracted by Iraq and paralyzed by internal divisions, the Bush Administration has for several years been in a state of denial about the growing challenge of North Korea, and has too often tried to downplay the issue or change the subject. Now the White House must rally the international community and must directly speak with the North Koreans so they understand we will not continue to stand on the sidelines.
Do you really think Little Kim doesn’t understand the U.S. position Harry? He’s accused the U.S. of planning for war against N.K., I should think he has been paying attention. And BTW Harry, just what is your plan for N.K.? Just how many purposals have you floated before Congress in the last six years.
If you weren’t so G-Dammed “distracted,” to use your word, by an acute case of BDS you might have a clue. But I won’t hold my breath. And BTW Sen. Reid, do you have a clue as to why the [Dim]ocrats, and more to the point YOU, have dropped their “culture of corruption” talking point as we near the mid-terms? Could it be because of your own financial peccadillos?