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Bolton reccess appointment PostMon Aug 01, 2005 5:48 pm  Reply with quote  

gee..that was quick.

http://www.cnn.com/2005/POLITICS/08/01/bolton.appointment/index.html

Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, D-Massachusetts, criticized the recess appointment.

"The abuse of power and the cloak of secrecy from the White House continues," Kennedy said in a statement.

"It's bad enough that the administration stonewalled the Senate by refusing to disclose documents highly relevant to the Bolton nomination. It's even worse for the administration to abuse the recess appointment power by making the appointment while Congress is in this five-week recess. It's a devious maneuver that evades the constitutional requirement of Senate consent and only further darkens the cloud over Mr. Bolton's credibility at the U.N."


First reccess appointment ever made during wartime if I'm not mistaken..

Go Team.

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Re: Bolton reccess appointment PostMon Aug 01, 2005 7:15 pm  Reply with quote  

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First reccess appointment ever made during wartime if I'm not mistaken..

Go Team.

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Technically, war can only be declared by Congress, which it did not, so I guess we are not at war....... Twisted Evil Evil or Very Mad

I don't think there is one UN member that likes Bolton.
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PostMon Aug 01, 2005 10:31 pm  Reply with quote  

Looks like Dubya is going to have a "working" vacation down in Crawford.Spoiled Friggin brat couldn't get his way, the proper way,so, being a dictator must be fun. Wink Wink
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PostTue Aug 02, 2005 2:29 am  Reply with quote  

This is Cheney's hour.
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PostTue Aug 02, 2005 2:32 am  Reply with quote  

"This is Cheney's hour." How's that Et?
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PostTue Aug 02, 2005 3:59 am  Reply with quote  


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First reccess appointment ever made during wartime if I'm not mistaken..


Well.....it hasn't happened in all of the 60 long years that the UN has existed. It's amazing how whenever Bush sets these kinds of precedents it always seems to be for the worst. Lame duck anyone?

President Sends Bolton to U.N.; Bypasses Senate


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In a brief announcement in the Roosevelt Room of the White House, Mr. Bush said he had been forced to act because the United States had gone for more than six months without an ambassador to the United Nations.

It was the first time since the United Nations' founding in 1945 that the United States has filled that post using a recess appointment, a backdoor procedure that permits the president to fill vacant positions when the Senate is in recess, as it is for August.


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"This is Cheney's hour."


The hour for which his pacemaker quits?
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PostTue Aug 02, 2005 4:21 am  Reply with quote  

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"This is Cheney's hour." How's that Et?


http://www.chemtrailcentral.com/forum/thread9039.html
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PostTue Aug 02, 2005 4:50 am  Reply with quote  

da..da...oh yeah.
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PostTue Aug 02, 2005 12:20 pm  Reply with quote  

The war monger "diplomat" at work
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UN Credentials Committee Can Reject Bolton PostTue Aug 02, 2005 12:57 pm  Reply with quote  

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By Mark Levey

The UN doesnít have to accept John Boltonís credentials. This may come as a rude surprise to George W. Bush, who this morning appointed Bolton U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, despite his rejection several weeks ago by the Senate. The unintended consequence of Boltonís appointment, which is creating a lightning rod at the UN for resentment, anger and fear of Bush Administration foreign policy, is a possible move by the General Assembly to limit U.S. actions in the Middle East and Persian Gulf.

It is likely that one or more General Assembly member states will challenge Boltonís credentials. In that case, under Articles 27-29, he will be seated provisionally until the nine members of the Credentials Committee can vote on the question. (See an introduction to the Credentials Committee responsibilities here, and the UN General Assembly Rules of Procedure here(pdf file).)

The members of the Credentials Committee appointed at the 59th session are:

* Benin
* Bhutan
* China
* Ghana
* Liechtenstein
* Russian Federation
* Trinidad and Tobago
* United States
* Uruguay

This could force what Bush likes to call an ďup or downĒ vote on the issue, and likely Boltonís first direct conflict with Russia and China at the UN. It is unclear how the smaller states on the committee might vote.

UN RESISTANCE LARGELY OVER BUSH IRAN POLICY

Boltonís nomination signals the Bush Administrationís intention to use the UN to legitimize an attack against Iran - something most of the world surely wants to avoid. A challenge to Boltonís credentials may be a tactic to stall or delay a U.S. push toward a resolution authorizing force against Iran. Some members may welcome this opportunity to make their influence felt on this little-known committee, rather than risk an open vote challenging the United States in the General Assembly.

Opponents of Bolton at the UN certainly have an unusually large amount of ammunition to use against him, should they take a stand. Democrats in the U.S. Senate had blocked his nomination through parliamentary maneuvering, even though the Republicans control that body. Allegations have arisen that Bolton misrepresented the fact that he was questioned by investigators looking into his possible role in the illegal disclosure of Valerie Plame, a CIA officer. Bolton is furthermore on record as making numerous hostile statements against the UN, and perhaps on this basis opponents could mount a challenge; something that would likely not happen, but is worth contemplating.

Boltonís appointment to the UN is perhaps most alarming as he is a principal leader of the neocon faction that has been most aggressively pushing the Bush Administration toward military action intended to overthrow the government of the Islamic Republic. Bushís move to appoint him during a Congressional recess is likely to be taken as sign that U.S.-Iranian relations have entered a dangerous new phase. This is not a welcome development by the vast majority of UN members.

UN MAY TAKE OPPORTUNITY TO TRY TO IMPOSE LIMITATIONS ON U.S.

While challenges are not infrequent, actual rejection of the credentials of UN representatives is extraordinary. In the last 30 years, the committee rejected the credentials of Burmese and Cambodian UN representatives because of serious doubts about the legitimacy of the regimes and factions that sent them. While Bolton is widely feared and disliked among diplomats, Boltonís outright rejection by a majority of the committee would be stunning, almost unimaginable. It is far more likely that the General Assembly may take this opportunity to attempt to impose conditions on U.S. international actions, such as its occupation of Iraq and any arm twisting it may attempt to force the world body to authorize military action against Iran. No doubt, many delegates would welcome a low-risk opportunity to send a clear message to the US that Boltonís notoriously undiplomatic methods are unwelcome. Representation in the world body is not an internal US matter - the UN chooses who it finds acceptable among its own representatives.

Ironically, the U.S. helped to create precedent for this three decades ago. In 1991, a block of Arab states moved (unsuccessfully) to limit Israelís membership in the UN by declaring its occupation of the West Bank and Gaza to be illegal. As the Arab states pointed out at the time, the US had itself in 1973 voted to impose limitations on Portugalís credentials at the UN, effectively forcing it to abandon its colonial claims on Angola. (See the January, 1991 issue of the Washington Report on Middle Eastern Affairs.)

Therefore, the Bolton appointment presents an opportunity for a state or states to motion to limit U.S. actions or jurisdiction in some way, both in its occupation of Iraq and in whatever unilateral designs it may have on Iran.

Copyright 2005, Mark G. Levey
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PostTue Aug 02, 2005 1:54 pm  Reply with quote  

I don't see what the fuss is really. Bolton will gell rather well with the Circle of Tyrants.
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PostWed Aug 03, 2005 3:06 am  Reply with quote  

Bolton is there for one reason,to cover up the theft of the Iraqi "Oil for Food" slush fund cash.Some figures have put the oil theft at $100,000,000.00 per day.Bolton is another loyal Bush lackey and professional whitewasher,like Lee Hamilton.
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PostWed Aug 03, 2005 3:31 am  Reply with quote  

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Bolton is there for one reason,to cover up the theft of the Iraqi "Oil for Food" slush fund cash.Some figures have put the oil theft at $100,000,000.00 per day.Bolton is another loyal Bush lackey and professional whitewasher,like Lee Hamilton.


Then do what you can to get rid of him.

http://ga3.org/campaign/bolton
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"Then do what you can to get rid of him. " That's a given.
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