Re#5 It probably won't, sadly. The lefty presstitutes have spent too much capital propping up the corrupt UN and, in light of the election, don't want to damage it--especially when Ketchup Boy is using it as a "united" thing. They make me sick.
On the bright side, the majority of Americans think little of the UN already. With talk radio and the 'net, the story will still out and further damage to the UN will be done. My hope of hopes is that (putting aside the lack of mainstream coverage) the New Iraq with the W administration will be able to put a huge dent in the UN and damage it further....
posted on 03/29/2004 8:55:34 AM PST
(The shrillness of the left is a good sign.....)
Well, if handled correctly, delousing and DEFUNDING the UN could be a GREAT campaign issue. If the public was made aware of the totality of the UN's corruption, and that protecting Saddam and themselves was the basis of their ant-Iraq war stance, the american people might DEMAND that the government stop funding these crooks. It would also put Kerry way out on a limb, since he has stated that we should basically turn our security over to the UN.
posted on 03/29/2004 9:05:57 AM PST
(Libs, want answers on 911? Ask Clinton why he met with Monica more than with his CIA director.)
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