Wolfowitz Is A Complete IdiotAn arrogant man, definitely: He refuses to resign and instead wants to force the World Bank to put the matter to a full vote. Which means he thinks the Bush administration will prevent such a vote from going against him, I guess.And this would mean that Wolfowitz doesn't think it matters how he's embarrassed the White House, nor does he think that the entire World Bank except the U.S. and maybe one or two others. He's not kept up on Bush White House loyalty, which is definitely one-way(unless your name is Alberto), and so doesn't realize that when Bush expresses his full confidence in you that's the sign you're about to be pushed off the plank.He should ask Michael Brown or Donald Rumsfeld about that one. Is the Bush administration really dumb enough to go to the wall over such a sad, pathetic, childish little scandal perpetrated by such a small-minded little technocrat, when it's almost certain this will only result in another humiliating failure for them? He seems to think they will. Hey, they sacrificed all their political capital on a dead Florida woman; anything is possible.He's not interested in saving face, which is the best our Iraq War architect and master of strategy can hope for at this point. No, he wants every last bit of his reputation annihilated, it appears. Which is fine. I'm amazed he has any left.And Paulie has certainly prepared the way for a vote of confidence with a statement like this, that has been seen internationally:
"If they fuck with me or Shaha, I have enough on them to fuck them too."That's some smooth and graceful politesse there.How did a man who has predicated his whole career upon wishful thinking get as far as he has?And what is it that he has on them? Pictures of World Bank members fucking underage goats? What? It'd certainly take a lot to make the WB look more insidious.They will be sure to take the cannoli afterward, though.