Thursday, January 10, 2008

Madeline Albright Tries To Sell Book, Slaps Bush


Albright: Bush 'One of the Worst Presidencies' in History
By Jeff Poor

Nearly seven years out office, former Secretary of State Madeline Albright pulls no punches bashing the Bush administration’s handling of certain issues – calling it one of America’s “worst presidencies.”

Albright gave President George W. Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney very poor marks and listed goals for the next president to do better that include embracing a global view of climate change.

“This is a purely practical point here, and I think there’s a lot of work to be done” Albright said. “And I think the judgment is that this is one of the worst presidencies we’ve had and people will wonder what it is that the role of the vice president is.”

Albright spoke to a very supportive crowd on January 9 at a Barnes & Noble Bookstore in the Georgetown neighborhood in Washington, D.C. to promote her new book “Memo to the President Elect: How We Can Restore America's Reputation and Leadership.”

One of the areas Albright saw that the office of the presidency needed to improve upon was the diplomacy of “global warming, climate change and energy issues.” She said the next president needed to do a better job of being aware of the interests of other nations.




Blogger CHOMP said...

Didn't Madeline Albright fade into the sunset? I can't believe that she -and her nonsense- have returned. It's just like a boomarang.

8:28 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

No kidding Chomp. These zombies just won't go away and die! What an inept bunch Clinton hired.


4:06 AM  
Anonymous bobcat said...

BLUE DRESS DEMONRATS--Perfect name for 'em.

1:47 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This harradin presided over Clintons debacles in Haiti, Somalia stood by while hundreds of thousands were slaughterd in Rawanda and did nothing as bin Laden and al-Qeada bombed Khobar towers, the Kenya Embassy and the U.S.S Cole and this woman has the nerve the call Bushs presidency one of the worst? J'Mac.

4:57 PM  

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