Wednesday, January 19, 2005

He's the most candid guy I ever spoke with."

Hugh Hewitt reports:

Slow Joe Biden, on his meeting with Muammar Qaddafi, from today's hearing on the nomination of Dr. Rice to be Secretary of State:

"I asked him [Qaddafi] why he made the deal. Straight up. State Department was in there. He said, 'It was simple.' He said, 'I knew if I had used nuclear weapons,' he said, first of all he said 'Nuclear weapons didn't help you much,' through a translator, 'nuclear weapons didn't help you much in Vietnam and in Iraq.' That was his comment. Secondly he said 'I know if I use them,' I forget exactly the phrase, 'you'd blow me away.' And thirdly, he said 'They weren't of much value to me.' And then he went on to say, 'And, now I can have American oil companies in here pumping the oil out of the ground.' I asked why, [garbled] he wanted American oil companies. And he made an analogy to the French. He said 'You make a deal with the French and they say 90/10, they take 95.' He said 'The Americans, you say 50/50, they only take 50.' He's the most candid guy I ever spoke with."

In September, 2003, Italian Prime Minister Berlusconi relayed that Qaddafi had capitulated on his WMD programs out of fear of American military might, telling Berlusconi "I will do whatever the Americans want, because I saw what happened in Iraq, and I was afraid."

So, the most candid guy Joe Biden has ever spoken with is a murderous thug who told a completely different story to a different representative of the West, and a terrorist-supporting killer of Americans who refused to own up to his complicity for decades. What do Biden's colleagues think about being called less candid than Qaddafi?

Senator Joe Biden wants to be President!

This is a scarey thought.

First, he plagiarizes left-wing British politician's speeches. Now.... he is best friends with Qaddafi!

Joe, time to retire to the Ambassadorship of Belize or someplace else small.... like your intellect.

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