Skip to comments.Obama Finally Names Nominee forU.N. Reform Post, But He Has No U.N. or Diplomatic Experience
Posted on 11/17/2010 8:37:14 AM PST by Nachum
(CNSNews.com) Twenty-two months into his administration and almost a year since a previous effort failed, President Obama has nominated an envoy to the United Nations with a mandate focusing on reform.
The delay in putting in place a U.S. permanent representative for U.N. management and reform has drawn fire over the past year. Critics said the delay suggested the administration does not prioritize reform of the organization that gets more than one-fifth of its operating budget from the U.S.
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Don’t worry. This person is probably another Nobel Prize-winning university professor!
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Neither does 0.
Who cares about training and experience “pertinent” to the job/office taken?
What really matters is if he’s ever gone to a college like Harvard (Degree doesn’t matter), what party is he a member of, how much did he contribute to the DNC or Obama’s campaign.......... Obama promised a very different kind of Presidency and America got it. We should be happy now, since we’re far more in line with how things are being done in Kenya, Venezuela, and socialized Europe.
Actually that’s not completely true anymore.
To capitalize on this in 2012 the Obama campaign has already printed bumper stickers, “Obama, now with some experience.”
This is not new or news.
Oh let me guess..Pennsylvania senate race payoff for getting out.
The only UN reform needed is defund and kick off our shores. Simple
The only reform I am interested in is getting the UN off U.S. soil and completely withdrawing our participation in, and financial support of, that dreadful institution.
Obama pulls name from hat.
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