Saturday, February 28, 2004

The leftist thugs hang together

SA to take arms to Haiti
Pretoria - A South African air force plane will leave for Haiti early next week to support the country's government.

The Boeing 747 is expected to leave as early as Tuesday morning after Police requested the flight.

On board the plane would be 5 000 bullets, 200 smoke grenades and 200 bullet-proof vests, according to a document in local newspaper Beeld's possessio
They have to because they are all afraid of hanging.

Here's more from Hillary Clinton's Greatest Hits, er Biggest Cover-Ups in a discussion of Clinton pal and Deputy Secretary of State, Strobe Talbott:
To help accomplish this, Talbott pressed for the use of the U.S. military to restore an extreme leftist, defrocked Catholic priest Jean Bertrand Aristide, to power in Haiti in 1994. Confidential documents from the U.N., publicized by AIM at the time, said that Talbott and other officials viewed an invasion as “politically desirable.”

Aristide, a Marxist-oriented advocate of Liberation Theology, had been booted from the presidency by the military because, among other things, he was inciting mobs to threaten to burn to death judges and legislators if they did not do his bidding.
Sounds like a warm kind of guy. And of course, the prize goes to U.S. Rep. Corrine Brown, a Democrat from the designated black seat in Jacksonville, FL:
U.S. Rep. Corrine Brown verbally attacked a top Bush administration official during a briefing on the Haiti crisis Wednesday, calling the President's policy on the beleaguered nation "racist" and his representatives "a bunch of white men."

Her outburst was directed at Assistant Secretary of State Roger Noriega during a closed-door meeting on Capitol Hill. Noriega, a Mexican-American, is the State Department's top official for Latin America.
Noriega later told Brown: "As a Mexican-American, I deeply resent being called a racist and branded a white man," according to three participants.

Brown then told him "you all look alike to me," the participants said.
Ah, the race card, the first refuge of all scoundrels. I guess the usual suspects get a tad cranky when one of the leftoid club gets the boot. Here's a snap of the winsome Corrine whose congressional web site describes her as a "a public servant who prides herself on delivering the goods and services of the federal government to her constituents." Sounds like a mission statement for the Democrat party!