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2003-10-17 Europe
Madame Albright Criticizes Bush in Weaseltown
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Posted by Kerry B 2003-10-17 7:05:32 AM|| E-Mail|| Front Page|| [288 views since 2007-05-07]  Top

#1 Whatever happened to politics stopping at the waters edge? Why in the world would any American care to discuss their opinion about this on french radio?? Disgusting.
Posted by Mike  2003-10-17 7:48:04 AM||   2003-10-17 7:48:04 AM|| Front Page Top

#2 Democrats are real big on their rights. Albright as a democrat has a right to say what she wants anywhere in the world. But most people have forgotten or have ignored the strict brother of rights are obligations and Ms. Albright is obligated to keep her mouth shut about how she feels about US foreign policy, unl;ess she is running for public office.

I heard Ms. Albright on NPR (please don't ask) calling US action in Iraq a quagmire and how awful her own country is on the leftist Diane Reems(sp) show. I was cringing with every word she uttered and with every word of support given by the listeners of that sorry program, wishing she would just shut up and go home.

This individual is trying to harm our efforts overseas to fight terrorism.

I wish wish she would shut up.
Posted by badanov  2003-10-17 8:16:37 AM|| [http://www.rkka.org]  2003-10-17 8:16:37 AM|| Front Page Top

#3 ...would any American ... Are you sure of her heritage?

dorf
Posted by Anonymous 2003-10-17 8:19:09 AM||   2003-10-17 8:19:09 AM|| Front Page Top

#4 Let's all start calling her Madelaine Appeasement.
Posted by mhw 2003-10-17 9:39:27 AM||   2003-10-17 9:39:27 AM|| Front Page Top

#5 I'm reading Churchill's history of WWII, and came across something truly stunning. Early in 1941, in January or February, Wendell Wilkie took a trip over to Britain. With him came a note from FDR saying to, essentially, treat Wilkie as his envoy, since "he's been helping to keep politics out of [the war effort]".

A few months earlier, Wilkie had been the Republican candidate for president in the 1940 election. It was a close election.

Can you imagine a modern Democrat acting maturely enough for the president to trust him that much? They couldn't even keep politics out of the Afghanistan campaign...
Posted by Robert Crawford  2003-10-17 9:46:33 AM|| [http://www.kloognome.com]  2003-10-17 9:46:33 AM|| Front Page Top

#6 Bush’s foreign policy "is not good for America, not good for the world," Madeleine Albright...

Because we all know Madeline and Bubba did a bang up job against Osama and North Korea, don't we guys?!
Posted by g wiz 2003-10-17 10:05:20 AM||   2003-10-17 10:05:20 AM|| Front Page Top

#7 Wonder if the cover pic on her book shows her sipping champagne with poofy haired nutcase Kimmy? I doubt it...when people are so miserably incompetent and outshone by those following them in their jobs, they ineveitably try to backstab and rewrite history. In the Clintonite cases, is it any surprise their group narcissism allows them to put America's interests second to their own resume padding?
Posted by Frank G  2003-10-17 10:13:53 AM||   2003-10-17 10:13:53 AM|| Front Page Top

#8 A loser among losers to be sure. We can be thankful that we survived the Clinton years. If our adversaries had been quicker, they could have nuked New York City during the Clinton years without so much as a wrist slap.
Posted by Tom 2003-10-17 10:19:31 AM||   2003-10-17 10:19:31 AM|| Front Page Top

#9 they could have nuked New York City during the Clinton years without so much as a wrist slap

I think there would've been some aspirin factory bombings so Senator Carpetbagger HRC could say they stood up for NY
Posted by Frank G  2003-10-17 10:28:29 AM||   2003-10-17 10:28:29 AM|| Front Page Top

#10 Whatever happened to politics stopping at the waters edge? Why in the world would any American care to discuss their opinion about this on french radio??

Because to Democrats, politics stops nowhere.
Posted by Bomb-a-rama 2003-10-17 10:38:10 AM||   2003-10-17 10:38:10 AM|| Front Page Top

#11 mhw - Madeleine Appeasement - can we spiff that up a little? I think you've got a very good idea, but it seems a tad bland... Put some punch in there and I'll bet it sticks. She can't seem to STFU, so we do need a catchy moniker for her.

RC - that really is a marvel, in light of politics and statesmanship (or the lack, actually), today. I guess noblesse oblige actually meant something, once. Thx.
Posted by .com 2003-10-17 10:46:54 AM||   2003-10-17 10:46:54 AM|| Front Page Top

#12 Normally previous administrations keep silent when they are out of power but the Clinton Group has to rewrite history as fast as possible before people realize what a big forieng policy turd they left for the Bush people to clean up.

I wonder if the Czech Republic has withdrawn their offer to have her run for office.
Posted by Yank 2003-10-17 10:51:59 AM||   2003-10-17 10:51:59 AM|| Front Page Top

#13 Albright, (edited) was in Paris to promote the French launch of her autobiography, "Madame Secretary: A Memoir".


-follow the money my friends. That's the bottom line w/this old bag. She's pandering to Pierre in order to sell her tome of trash. Pretty pathetic. Wasn't Albright (or Nottoobright) the original singer for the Dixie Chicks? More imbeciles who say idiotic things about their President on foreign soil for ratings.

As far as Cliton goes - he got so addicted to being in the spotlight that he can't stand not being in it on a daily basis. Therefore, he has ignored the rule of past presidents keeping their mouths shut.
Posted by Jarhead 2003-10-17 11:10:40 AM||   2003-10-17 11:10:40 AM|| Front Page Top

#14 Hmmm lets see, 49 Senators are against the Iraq plan, Albright, Clinton, and the nine dwarfs. But the UN voted 15-0 in favor of our actions? Has the UN become more Pro-U.S. than some of our own? I hope the voters remember their actions. BTW: F&*K MS. Albright and the horse she looks like.
Posted by Cyber Sarge (VRWC CA Chapter)  2003-10-17 11:27:37 AM||   2003-10-17 11:27:37 AM|| Front Page Top

#15 Let's all start calling her Madelaine Appeasement.
Madeleine Appeasement - can we spiff that up a little?


As she's come to my continent to peddle her bitter nonsense, I think I can suggest a few ideas:

Madeleine No-fight
Madeleine Allshite
Madeleine Bullshite
Madeleine Allbullshite

Any bite?.
Posted by Bulldog  2003-10-17 12:05:43 PM||   2003-10-17 12:05:43 PM|| Front Page Top

#16 Or Madeleine Halfbright?

No-Fight is pretty good - has a certain something about it...
Posted by .com 2003-10-17 12:16:36 PM||   2003-10-17 12:16:36 PM|| Front Page Top

#17 Madeline Albright, in Dances with Dictators.
Posted by Raj 2003-10-17 12:19:31 PM|| [http://angrycyclist.blogspot.com]  2003-10-17 12:19:31 PM|| Front Page Top

#18 I dunno, "All-Bright" sounds like "a dessert topping as well as a floor wax."

Madeleine Shimmer?
Posted by California Moderate 2003-10-17 12:23:03 PM||   2003-10-17 12:23:03 PM|| Front Page Top

#19 Madeleine Albright and Marie Antoinette....hmmmm
Posted by john  2003-10-17 12:41:25 PM||   2003-10-17 12:41:25 PM|| Front Page Top

#20 He book should be titled: When Duct Tape Became Policy.
Posted by Super Hose  2003-10-17 12:52:09 PM||   2003-10-17 12:52:09 PM|| Front Page Top

#21 Wasn't Albright (or Nottoobright) the original singer for the Dixie Chicks? Hmm...come to think of it, they do look similar. Could Mad&ly'n really be Natalie in disguise? Someone should cross check their appearance schedules and see if they match!
Posted by B 2003-10-17 1:06:27 PM||   2003-10-17 1:06:27 PM|| Front Page Top

#22 Madeleine Halfbright! Purrfect!!!
Posted by PayDay 2003-10-17 1:13:08 PM||   2003-10-17 1:13:08 PM|| Front Page Top

#23 Could Mad&ly'n really be Natalie in disguise? Someone should cross check their appearance schedules and see if they match!

-Good point B, how come they're never in the same place at the same time? Coincidence? I think not.
Posted by Jarhead 2003-10-17 2:07:02 PM||   2003-10-17 2:07:02 PM|| Front Page Top

#24 Ya know, it's getting really tiresome to have all these folks (Dixie Chicks, Maddy, Jimmah, etc) "bravely" go overseas to do their objecting while basking in the warm glow of the EUs high opinion of themselves. I'd *much* rather that they do it over here, where we can boo lustily and in person...
Posted by snellenr  2003-10-17 2:27:47 PM||   2003-10-17 2:27:47 PM|| Front Page Top

#25 Yeah, folks, that's not a misprint. She actually was Secretary of State. I looked it up.
Posted by tu3031 2003-10-17 3:31:57 PM||   2003-10-17 3:31:57 PM|| Front Page Top

#26 She worked for the same "brilliant" moonbat as Federico Pena, Janet "the Dyke" Reno, and Warren Christopher. Does that tell you something? Billio was TERRIFFIC at picking losers...

Oh, almost forgot, MRS William Jefferson Klingon...
Posted by Old Patriot  2003-10-17 8:52:45 PM|| [http://users.codenet.net/mweather/default.htm]  2003-10-17 8:52:45 PM|| Front Page Top

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