Monday, August 29, 2005

No, really

WTF is wrong with this man? Something in his head just isn't working right.


"The U.S. and Venezuelan leadership must have a detente on rhetoric. That exacerbates tensions," Jackson told the AP. "We need to have a cooling down of divisive rhetoric.

This from the man who called New York "Hymietown".

Update Deux

For those who are so upset that a (private citizen) Republican would advocate for the murder of a Fascist thug, I offer this from none other than George Stephanopoulos:

"If Clinton decides we can and should assassinate Saddam, he could call in national-security adviser Sandy Berger and sign a secret National Security Decision Directive authorizing it."

The Stephanopoulos plan: "First, we could offer to provide money and materiel to Iraqi exiles willing to lead an effort to overthrow Saddam. . . . The second option is a targeted airstrike against the homes or bunkers where Saddam is most likely to be hiding."

The one-time top Clinton aide said that, far from violating international principles, assassinating Saddam would be the moral thing to do, arguing, "What's unlawful - and unpopular with the allies - is not necessarily immoral."