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Wilkerson on Bolton: GreatScat! "Under Secretary Bolton was never the formidable power that people are insinuating he was in terms of foreign policy,

Wilkerson on Bolton: GreatScat!

"Under Secretary Bolton was never the formidable power that people are insinuating he was in terms of foreign policy, or blocking the policies that Secretary Powell wished to pursue," Lawrence Wilkerson, who served as Mr. Powell's chief of staff, said in a telephone interview.

"But do I think John Bolton would make a good ambassador to the United Nations? Absolutely not," Mr. Wilkerson said. "He is incapable of listening to people and taking into account their views. He would be an abysmal ambassador."
 

Et tu, Salon?       The Daily Sandwich

Just last Friday, I wrote about latest post on the predatory practices of credit card companies (That wacky bankruptcy bill)-- even when it comes to extending credit to those who've previously filed for bankruptcy.

Today, this came to my attention: the Salon.com Titanium Visa Card! It even comes with a Fixed APR, which means that the APR is subject to change at the discretion of Chase.

Chase, of course, is one of the most predatory of predatory lenders.

I hate to see that they're contributing to the problem in the name of making some dough, but don't let anyone say that I ignore hypocrisy on either side of the spectrum.

(Thanks to GE, who brings bad things to light.)

telephone interview.

"But do I think John Bolton would make a good ambassador to the United Nations? Absolutely not," Mr. Wilkerson said. "He is incapable of listening to people and taking into account their views. He would be an abysmal ambassador."

Et tu, Salon? The Daily Sandwich

Just last Friday, I wrote about latest post on the predatory practices of credit card companies (That wacky bankruptcy bill)-- even when it comes to extending credit to those who've previously filed for bankruptcy.

Today, this came to my attention: the Salon.com Titanium Visa Card! It even comes with a Fixed APR, which means that the APR is subject to change at the discretion of Chase.

Chase, of course, is one of the most predatory of predatory lenders.

I hate to see that they're contributing to the problem in the name of making some dough, but don't let anyone say that I ignore hypocrisy on either side of the spectrum.


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(Thanks to GE, who brings bad things to light.)

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