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Wednesday, September 24, 2003
MilitaryMark on the President’s Address to The United Nations

”I just got to view the whole speech by our George on C-Span. God I love that guy. Just when you think he's going to give the French a tissue to wipe their frustrated tears, he pulls down his zipper and puts it on the table. He (Bush) implied, that we (USA) are responsible for the integrity of the UN remaining intact; this guys balls are huge (excuse the genital references, but this is kind of a guy site), and he drives with them on the dashboard. He may not be the brightest, may not have gone to Yale if it was not for legacy, might not have owned a ball team if it were not for dad, but hell, he turned out alright, and is the perfect leader for our times.”

Mark, I couldn’t agree more, he nailed it again. If you haven’t heard or read his address to the UN yesterday, you can find it linked in the Bush/Cheney ’04 box on the left-hand side of the SCG site. "Those who incite murder and celebrate suicide," he said, "have no place in any religious faith, they have no claim on the world’s sympathy, and they should have no friend in this chamber.” Damn right. That was nice slap at the UN for the recent (and disgusting) anti-Israel/pro-Arafat resolution.

When so many were expecting a somber, timid and conciliatory tone, it was so nice to hear "the regime of Saddam Hussein cultivated ties to terror while it built weapons of mass destruction. It used those weapons in acts of mass murder, and refused to account for them when confronted by the world. The Security Council was right to be alarmed...The Security Council was right to demand that Iraq destroy its illegal weapons and prove that it had done so ... The Security Council was right to vow serious consequences if Iraq refused to comply. And because there were consequences — because a coalition of nations acted to defend the peace and the credibility of the United Nations — Iraq is free, and today we are joined by representatives of a liberated country."

He may as well have said “You’re Welcome.” Awesome.

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