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If Willard Wins, Foreign Policy Will Look Like these bumbling buffoons. Vote accordingly. (ps, the W in Willard is for W)

Yosemite Sam John Bolton is one of the few public figures actually backing Willard's unpatriotic catastrophe on the 11th anniversary of 911, which comes as no shock. Here's the link with his moronic statements, merely for record keeping purposes (don't give Jeniffer Rubin the traffic).

So, since Willard won't tell us what his foreign policy positions will be in any detail, we have to look to the people he's brought in to shape his secret plans. Meteor Blades did a great diary on the lot of these various and sundry hack war criminals and wannabes.

But just to remind everyone that we've been there before, here's a few of Bolton's greatest hits, for those who don't remember who it was that gave the Bush years that extra special Bushy sauce (hint, incompetence and arrogance are the secret ingredients):

Now, we all know that Bolton was one of the Bushies' favorite little Neocon WMD fabricating war criminal conspirators:

Bolton is alleged by Democratic Congressman Henry Waxman to have played a role in encouraging the inclusion of statement that British Intelligence had determined Iraq attempted to procure yellowcake uranium from Niger in Bush's 2003 State of the Union Address.
But what else is there to say about this cartoon of a man?
"There's no such thing as the United Nations. The U.N. secretary building in New York has 38 stories. If you lost 10 stories today, it wouldn't make a bit of difference." - John Bolton, pre-911
Actually it does exist, but it's called the Secretariat Building and it has 39 stories, Johny boy, though accuracy was never really your team's bag was it? Just ask Dick "Shooter" Cheney.
Bolton was instrumental in derailing a 2001 biological weapons conference in Geneva convened to endorse a UN proposal to enforce the 1972 Biological Weapons Convention
He also pushed for reduced funding for the Nunn-Lugar Cooperative Threat Reduction program to halt the proliferation of nuclear materials.
And he's a perjurer:
Bolton attempted to have the chief bioweapons analyst in the State Department's Bureau of Intelligence and Research and the CIA's national intelligence officer for Latin America reassigned. Under oath at his Senate hearings for confirmation as ambassador, he denied trying to have the men fired, but seven intelligence officials contradicted him.
And he's so corrupt and insane that he had to hide things even from Condi Rice:
Bolton withheld information that ran counter to his goals from Secretary of State Colin Powell on multiple occasions, and from Powell's successor Condoleezza Rice on at least one occasion.
What's his view on Israel - Palestine? (and therefore Willard's view, because judging by the campaign so far, we all know who's going to wear the pants in that administration and it ain't Willard):
In June 2011, Bolton dismissed Palestinian claims to statehood as a "ploy".
Yeah, that won't start any violent global riots as soon as Willard wins and appoints this flaming bigot to some important foreign policy position. That's a sure winner. Criticizing religious intolerance is evidently against Willard and Bolton's policy playbook, but shitting all over the Palestinians should calm things down. Uh huh.

And then there's recent events evidently taken directly out of the family classic: "Why They Hate Us, Lessons in Anti-Muslim Bigotry" by Michele Bachmann:

Romney Adviser Bolton Backs Bachmann’s Anti-Muslim Witch Hunt
Yup, Willard adviser, John Bolton.

Let me repeat that.

Willard adviser, John Bolton.

So, even though Willard doesn't have the integrity or the stones to actually tell voters what his foreign policy stance would be in any detail other than hinting that America will go back to being an offensive ridiculous caricature of an angry old white mustachioed bigot, looking at the small pittance of lunatics actually standing behind his unpatriotic defecation on 911 (Rush Limbaugh, Jim DeMint, John Bolton, I guess that's it)... we can get a pretty clear picture of the actual policy views Willard is signing onto at the undersea NeoCon PNAC fortress where Cheney keeps the horde of male virgins he must dine on every fortnight in order to stay alive.

Until Willard actually tells the country what his foreign policy ideas are, the garbagemouth unpatriotic 911 defiling pandering to whackjob Tea Party racists is all we're going to hear, and in that case we don't even need words to describe what we'll get if Willard wins.

All we need is this:

(and in case you do want words to describe it, then rest assured Willard, Bolton, and the NeoDecepticons are laughing: "I can't believe they let us get away with it and then put us back in charge!!!???!!!")

8:01 PM PT: And if anyone is wondering who the hell advised Romney to do what he did on the anniversary of 911 (ie lie about embassy workers while they were under attack), I have a strong hunch there's one special bumbling moron he can thank.

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