The ad the RNC won't use -- but should

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This ad about foreign policy, featuring Madeline Albright and Kim Jong-Il impersonators, was written and directed by David Zucker of Airplane!, Kentucky Fried Movie, and Naked Gun fame. It is funny, and it makes its point brilliantly. Some bozo at YouTube flagged it as possibly objectionable, which it isn't, except for a brief glimpse of the Albright impersonator's knickers.

I suppose veterans of the Clinton administration might object to it:


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Bledsoe said:

Michael: Nice web site update and funny ad, but here is my take on this situation. It is Bush who is all talk and no action.

Here's the CNN brief on Rice blaming Bill Clinton for the Bush's latest failure.

"U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice on Tuesday defended the Bush administration's refusal to hold bilateral talks with North Korea in the face of Pyongyang's claim of a successful nuclear test. She told CNN the Clinton administration tried that approach in the 1990s and it had failed."

Bill Perry, Clinton Sec. of Defense has a good rejoinder to this on the Washington Post oped page.

Let's review the salient facts.

"Failure" =1994-2002 -- Era of Clinton 'Agreed Framework': No plutonium production. All existing plutonium under international inspection. No bomb.

"Success" = 2002-2006 -- Bush Policy Era: Active plutonium production. No international inspections of plutonium stocks. Nuclear warhead detonated.

Face it. Bush ditched an imperfect but working policy. He replaced it with nothing. Now North Korea is a nuclear state.

Facts hurt. So do nukes.


Paul Tay said:

Yep. Imagine the two people in the world who totally FREAK if we brought back the DRAFT, of undocumented workers. NO real American would actually have the GUTS to go to bat on TWO fronts. Outsource combat along with every other good paying job.

Bledsoe said:

McCain Covers Up For Bush’s Nuclear Failures

Somebody tell me how this take on these facts is incorrect? Looks like to me Bush did nothing. Clinton at least tried.

MikeH said:

That clip would have been much funnier if the Bush administration were any different...
US approves sale of airplane parts to Iran
Washington, Oct 11: The United States will allow the sale of plane parts to Iran's flagship airline, the state department has said, despite sanctions on the Islamic Republic.

"The security of the United States is not a game. Can we afford a party that treats it like one?"

Despite it's humor, the video makes a very valid point.

Twatch said:

Good Grief, the IAEA inspection (1994-2002)was done with the intensity demonstrated by Madeline Albright in the featured picture; all the while North Korea was DEVELOPING and IMPLEMENTING Nuclear Bomb making capability. The Left is so committed to their Religion of tolerance and dialogue that they would deny their severed head on the ground just to maintain the illusion that dialogue will prevent it from happening.

susan said:

Who can forget Hillary's brother problems and
Bill Clinton's brother? I can't believe any
democrat would even consider Hillary as a possible White House name or another New York round for Hillary.
This picture looks like Madeline A. has just seen another picture of another Clinton "girl"
...oh...I mean "woman" that he was caught involved with!

okinsight said:

well good thing we have the bush admin keeping us safe, thank God! If it wasn't for their forward thinking we might have troops ready to deal w/ North Korea and nukes rather than being bogged down in Iraq for ? cheap oil? gas prices all time highs this year, maybe wmds? oh none of those, maybe 'he tried to kill my daddy'? hmm......................

Good thing we have liberal spenders in control who support illegal immigration, liberals have mastered the term conservative to trick voters, yes the liberal plan is working and the people are buying it!

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