John Bolton set the moral tenor of his life early on by saying:

“by the time I was about to graduate in 1970, it was clear to me that opponents of the Vietnam War had made it certain we could not prevail, and that I had no great interest in going there to have Teddy Kennedy give it back to the people I might die to take it away from.”

Thus began a life-long tradition of presumptively blaming liberals for all bad things while having no problem watching others die for a situation he didn’t want to get personally involved in. A real moral giant. A real Neo-Con.

And so it goes:

Bolton: Mubarak’s Downfall Would Mean We Need To Bomb Iran Sooner

What else calls for the bombing of Iran? Bolton’s a war mongerer for all seasons. The coming of Spring; Summer; Fall; and Winter.

North Korea does something, bomb Iran! Gaza protests, bomb Iran! And, of course, Iran protests in Iran, bomb Iran!

Packers win, bomb Iran. Steelers win, bomb Iran.

There’s only one instance where John Bolton did not want to bomb Iran, when he wanted to bomb Chicago.