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I wasn't familiar with the descriptive phrase, "kiss-up, kiss-down" which a witness against John Bolton used before a Senate committee dealing with Bolton's nomination for ambassador to the United Nations. Obviously, it amused me. Here's an excerpt from the New York Times story by Steven R Weisman with the quote:

In caustic and unusually personal testimony before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Carl W. Ford Jr., who was assistant secretary for intelligence and research, said Mr. Bolton was a "kiss-up, kick-down sort of guy" who "abuses his authority with little people," and an ill-suited nominee to become ambassador to the United Nations.

04.13.05

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