John Bolton? I Hope He Runs!

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On Deck: Why I May Run for President 

08/08/2011


In 16 months, Americans will again go to the polls and vote for the person they believe can best lead our country.  Beyond question, Obama’s economic policies have failed to renew the economy and are now a principal reason the recovery is stalled.  His national security policies are even more dangerous.  The American dream is under assault, and Obama is not fighting back. We need a real President in the Oval Office, someone who knows instinctively and by experience that, as Adam Smith said, “the first duty of the sovereign” is to protect and promote American sovereignty and national security.  Otherwise, economic prosperity will count for little.
To date, in my view, no Republican candidate has persuasively argued that our economic recovery and long-term prosperity are completely intertwined with a strong national security posture.  If no one else is prepared to make that case, I will.    Full Story Here
This is an excerpt of a longer article.  He was a tough negotiator as our Ambassador to the United Nations.  I’d love to see him do more straight talking to the UN as president.  The Agenda 21 Rio Conference is coming up in June of 2012.  His candidacy could really turn up the heat.  ~LTG

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0 responses to “John Bolton? I Hope He Runs!

  1. A few weeks back I decided that whoever wins the presidency should ask Bolton to be his Secretary of Defense.

     
  2. Cynic:
    ITA with your post. John Bolton would be awesome behind the scenes.

     
  3. Yes please!

     
  4. You might like my blog post here on Bolton. It is surely conflicted to have a blogger who likes Ron Paul first and John Bolton second!
    http://www.varight.com/news/ambassador-john-bolton-was-in-richmond-today-is-he-running-for-president-in-2012/

     
  5. Having just listened to Bolton’s “Surrender Is Not an Option” book on CDs, I came away surprised as to how diplomatic he can be. It really changed my impression of the guy. He’s is the quintessential iron fist in the velvet glove. He could make a great, great, president — I mean Reagan-like great.

     
  6. At least we know he isn’t a jackass in an elephant suit. 🙂
    -Dave

     

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