Alarmed by the general lack of White House finesse in the foreign policy and national security issues, former U.N. Ambassador John R. Bolton has been parsing the possibilities of a White House run since August. Mr. Bolton — once a student organizer for Barry Goldwater’s 1964 presidential campaign — reaffirmed his intent to ABC Radio’s Aaron Klein, and warranted an inaugural hit on Comedy Central: “John Bolton (and His Mustache) Might Be Heading for the White House.”
The stalwart with the unyielding gaze and walrus ’stash, though, insists that his presidential run is the best way to focus the political discourse on the nation’s secur ity, Iran’s looming nuclear prowess and U.S. stature on a global scale.
“It certainly would make the GOP nomination battle more interesting if Ambassador Bolton were to decide to run. He would do so in order to bring foreign policy and national security to the fore as issues,” observes Rick Moran of the American