March 11, 2008, - 10:41 pm

Nauseating to the Nth: Condi Clueless Gives Award to Hezbollah Official

By Debbie Schlussel
Condoleeza Rice a/k/a “Condi Clueless” is just one of the many reasons I could not bring myself to vote for Bush twice (I threw away my vote and voted Libertarian in 2004).
Our friend, the great journalist and photographer Sultan Knish, has the exclusive details on yet another one of this execrable woman’s disgusting “accomplishments”–giving an award to a Hezbollah official Nibal Thawabteh.
The 300-plus U.S. Marines and officials, William Buckley, Robert Dean Stethem, and the thousands of other victims of Hezbollah are turning over in their graves.
Read it and scream. Simply sickening. Bolshoya Spasiba [“Big Thanks” in Russian] to reader Misha for the tip.



Vomit-Inducing: Condi Clueless Duets With Hezbollah

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18 Responses

I can’t blame her at all, and we should stop criticizing her. She’s just trying to build some job security for hersef. After all, what’s wrong with trying to cozy up to your prospective employer if you don’t get to be VEEP in 2009? She’s not the only one. Look at Bill, George 1, etc.

c f on March 12, 2008 at 5:36 am

Is there no low to which this fool will reach ? The end of this admin. just can not come fast enough for me.Lord help us,please.

billybob on March 12, 2008 at 9:25 am

And the scariest thing is: the next admin could very we be worse!

dorothee on March 12, 2008 at 9:36 am

“Three years ago Thawabteh founded Al Hal (The Situation), a monthly newspaper at the Bir Zeit University Media Institute. She is both editor in chief and a major contributor. Each issue of Al Hal features 15 opinion articles and 30 investigative reports addressing political and social issues, including many topics — incest, polygamy, honor killings, illegal marriages, lesbianism and the plight of the poor — that often are hidden from public view in Palestinian society.”
Wow, what a terrorist this lady is…Cheers!!

Matt-Man on March 12, 2008 at 9:38 am

thank you for the link Debbie
Matt, Al Hal is ultimately put out by Fatah. It may put on a veneer of tackling social issues but Fatah’s socialist roots mean that it has always had social organizations in place and much of the “social issues” crap is a way to get money from gullible westerners

sultan_knish on March 12, 2008 at 9:45 am

Sultan, speaking of getting cash from gullible Westerners…How much are we sending Israel today, or tomorrow or until we are “Rapture Ready”? Cheers!!

Matt-Man on March 12, 2008 at 10:08 am

Kind of like the Panthers’ School Lunch program, or any of the other terrorist organizations. Speaking of getting money, where’s Matt-Man getting it from?

c f on March 12, 2008 at 10:28 am

You seem rather obsessed with money going to Israel. Why don’t you complain about money going to Egypt and to the African despots under the guise of helping the poor (the money never gets to the poor).
Is seems that you have Israel on the brain.
Cheers!! Cheerio and what ho’.

Facts of Life on March 12, 2008 at 10:30 am

Or what about the hundreds of millions of dollars that the U.S. is sending to Palestinian terrorists? Or the billions being sent to the Untied Nations?

c f on March 12, 2008 at 10:37 am

Obsessed? No. More pissed.
We need to cut off funding to most countries including Israel and the Palestinians.
Pouring millions and billions of dollars into Iran for decades is what got us into trouble there. We are just repeating the same sad story. Cheers!!

Matt-Man on March 12, 2008 at 10:50 am

I also did not vote again for Mr. Bush in 2004. I turned the page. Maybe I should have actively voted against George W. Bush. When only days after the September 11, 2001 terror atrocities, Mr. Bush unveiled his vision for the establishment of a Palestinian (no question, terror) state in Israel’s heartland, I realized this man was not serious about fighting the global jihad.
Turns out, Mt. Bush surrendered to demands made by then Saudi Crown Prince (now King) Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz in late August 2001. The fact that Al Qaeda has been extensively funded by Saudi charities made Bush’s move all the more obscene.
Then Bush codified the establishment of a Palestinian terror state and the ethnic cleansing of Jews from Gaza and northern Samaria in our (I am a thirty seven year registered Republican) national party platform, August 2004.
Former Reagan speech writer, Peggy Noonan is right.
Noonan: …On the pundit civil wars, Rush Limbaugh declared on the radio this week, “I’m here to tell you, if either of these two guys [Mr. McCain or Mike Huckabee] get the nomination, it’s going to destroy the Republican Party. It’s going to change it forever, be the end of it!”
This is absurd. George W. Bush destroyed the Republican Party, by which I mean he sundered it, broke its constituent pieces apart and set them against each other. He did this on spending, the size of government, war, the ability to prosecute war, immigration and other issues.
Were there other causes? Yes, of course. But there was an immediate and essential cause.
And this needs saying, because if you don’t know what broke the elephant you can’t put it together again. The party cannot re-find itself if it can’t trace back the moment at which it became lost. It cannot heal an illness whose origin is kept obscure. >

monk on March 12, 2008 at 11:29 am

Matt man is just a s–t stirrer that belongs on move on .org. He just loves to sit o the web and snipe at people all day because he doesn’t have a life. If he went down to the local bar or gym and started this kind of insulting line of conversation he’d get his head kicked in by some old lady. I have an idea matt, why don’t you go and get involved in politics in your local area and get on your soap box and spew your hate and knock yourself out. You’re just a gutless wonder on the web like Audacious. Unless you are Audacious. You guys are one in the same, most likely. You probably mistreat women too whenever you get the chance which is why you come onto Debbies site to be an idiot.

samurai on March 12, 2008 at 11:32 am

Matt man has his own web site, wow. Impressive. At least your not as anonymous and gutless as I thought you were. You just have a lot of time on your hands and like being a sounding board for all the thoughts clanking around in your head. Michael Savage called and he wants his face and body back.

samurai on March 12, 2008 at 11:40 am

Samurai, Thanks for the “kudos”. I just come on here to voice my opinion. Or do you prefer websites that are made up of comments that echo each others thoughts. You know, like Group Think. Cheers!!

Matt-Man on March 12, 2008 at 12:02 pm

C’mon Debbie… the State Department is Arabist and has never been friendly towards Israel. Condi was supposed to clean it out but she was taken captive in the end by the bureaucracy. Caroline Glick has written that of all the federal bureaucracies, next to Homeland Security, State is the most dysfunctional and incompetent at advancing US policy abroad, especially the President’s stated objectives of bringing freedom and democracy to the Middle East. Condi’s endorsement of Nabi Thawabteh, a Hezbollah official, and her subsequent denunciation of Israeli construction in a Jerusalem suburb, show how messed up is the State Department. It coddles America’s enemies and undermines its true friends.

NormanF on March 12, 2008 at 12:33 pm

I don’t expect a love fest but to make a point in a sarcastic, insulting manner is going to offend, but thats probably half the fun of your posting these blogs in the first place judging from your sites material.
Apparently you don’t think that islam is a threat or that the reports in the media of hostile islamic organizations in our midst are factual. You can’t be serious.

samurai on March 12, 2008 at 12:37 pm

Caroline Glick is right, of course in criticizing the State Department, but there are a couple of buts: if she actually said that the State Dept. doesn’t advance US policy, she is wrong. It does advance US policy, that is the problem. It is true that they tug in a leftist direction, but if a Chief Exec really wanted to stop them, it could be done.
The last time someone really tried to do it, unfortunately, was more than half a century ago, by the great Sen. Joe McCarthy, and he paid for it with his life. All the liberals rallied to the State Department’s defense, just like now, even though there were many anti-American traitors at that time. I think the anti-Americanism today is more diffuse, and unfortunately, echoed in Congress and even in the administration. We really need someone like Joe McCarthy today.

c f on March 12, 2008 at 12:53 pm

I have to amend my comments; Ronald Reagan also tried to rein in the State Department, at least during the first part of his presidency, but he didn’t go for their jugular the way that Joe McCarthy did.

c f on March 12, 2008 at 1:08 pm

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