[FoRK] Three most import attributes for a Bush appointment
Stephen D. Williams
Mon Oct 3 20:07:31 PDT 2005
I think that is a bit much. I was however thinking today that it's cute
and cool that EU is working so hard to be America'.
I'm not qualified to have a deep opinion on this, so take it as an
"American impressionist" view, but it sure seems like a nice, warty,
instructive convergence to stable democracy / capitalism. Vis a vis
"F*** France", at some point the errors will go from being buried in
layers of nationalism to clear merits of different approaches competing
under the same rules.
As for the US being a joke, well, maybe too many of us are. There were
certainly a lot of sheep in NO, including police and a National Guard
unit. I suspect that a few dozen farmers or other real doers would have
whipped things into shape, if they weren't stopped by the police that is.
Adam L Beberg wrote:
> Lorin Rivers wrote on 10/3/2005 8:14 AM:
>> 1) Loyalty
>> 2) Loyalty
>> 3) Loyalty
>> Qualifications? Competence? Oh come now, surely THOSE don't matter.
> They are STRONGLY pitching and praising her lack of experience and
> qualifications as strengths.
> Just as strongly they are pitching her ability to do as she's told,
> and that she will piss on the constitution not the carpet, like a good
> The rest of the world has already figured out we're a joke, and is
> routing around the problem. In 20 years, noone will care about our 5%
> of the world population any more then they care about the 5% in Africa
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