Er, that quote is actually White House communications director Dan Bartlett on Saddam Hussein, not his boss. I think it applies equally well to both, but the US somehow manages to uphold the principles of the UN while acting in defiance of the rest of the membership. Odd, that.
Sept 11 speech to garner people's support - SEPT 8, 2002
WASHINGTON - On the eve of his United Nations address, President George W. Bush will use his speech on the anniversary of the Sept 11 attacks to help move Americans towards support of action against Iraq, according to White House officials.
This is seen as the centrepiece of the meticulously planned strategy to persuade the public, Congress and allies of the need to confront the threat from Iraqi President Saddam Hussein.
Even the venue for Mr Bush's speech on Sept 11 - Ellis Island in New York harbour - was chosen to make television camera angles more spectacular as the Statue of Liberty will be seen aglow behind him.
Well, that's three reasons not to listen. Bush can barely string together a sentence, I don't think Osama Claus is going to bring me what I really want this 9/11 Remembrance Day, and I really, really don't give a flying fuck about Ellis Island.
Nation of immigrants my ass. Yeah, our family name got changed at Ellis Island. It used to be "Fuck you, cracka."
Guess who was up at 3 this morning, and couldn't get back to sleep? No, go on, guess.