Thursday, May 17, 2007

The Wolfowitz Paradox

Paul Wolfowitz was found guilty of numerous ethical infractions, so he's being pressured to leave the World Bank. Yet Wolfowitz allegedly refuses to leave the World Bank unless he is absolved of all wrongdoing.

In other words, he's being pressured to leave because he's guilty, but he won't leave unless he's declared not guilty. Incredible, the cojones on this guy. If he had a soul, it'd be dragging him down all the way to hell, but there's always hope for the future (right, Falwell?)


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