Taking a different approach :-(
After a recent Security Council resolution on Lebanon, John Bolton, the iconoclastic US ambassador to the United Nations, invoked the wisdom of the Rolling Stones to assembled reporters. “You can’t always get what you want,” he intoned, “but if you try sometimes, you just might find you get what you need.”
It was an interesting statement from the ambassador of a country more often characterised in UN circles as coming late to negotiations and rejecting them if it does not get exactly what it wants.
Oh please. the United States it footing the bill for for far too long for chicanery,embezzlers, human rights violators, sexual predators etc. ........ but we are characterized as the difficult party? Sick
Senator Paul Sarbanes upbraided this tendency in the Senate foreign relations committee last week. “I’d hate for you to be the coach of an athletic team,” he told Mr Bolton. “This role of the constant scold, I’m not sure it’s the best way to induce change.” [I'd hate to be on your athletic team of spineless, dickless wonders, Serbanes. Give me a tough Knute Rockne any day of the week - Atlas]
Sarbanes doesn't know his ass from his elbow as if those thugs and criminals at the UN could be reformed by sweet talk ( a tactic used for years and failed miserably.) Serbanes is siding with these guys? Ha!
Clearly, Senator Paul Sarbanes is trying to get his name out there by jumping on Bolton. As my papa said (May his soul rest in peace) -"he's a real full-of-shitnik."
May he return to the obscurity so very richly deserves.