Wednesday, January 17, 2007
# Posted 4:34 PM by Taylor Owen
Meyerson uses the analogy to compare conservative options for
Eisenhower conservatives would likely find allies in liberal internationalists looking for greater UN/Int Org collaboration. Particularly on
In any case, it might be that the first conservative has played their hand on this divide
Time for the UN. Who kept Saddam in power for so long. The guy may have fallen from within if it wasn't for the abbrogation of respopnsibility of those UN officials monitoring the Oil for Food program.
I would suggest to you that the UN's aura of respectibility lays in the eyes of the media and internationalists, not with the Iraqi people.
People like Buckley are looking for any excuse to extricate the US, regardless of the long term effects on the region or the US.
Davod has it right. The UN is corrupt, anti-American, anti-Semitic, and anti-capitalist. What it is is good at is defending the interests of dictators like Saddam Hussein and ripping off the American taxpayer.
Who can take seriously the organization that gave us Srebenica, Rwanda, Oil for Food, and now Dafur?
All the UN is good for is making the French and a bunch of Third World popinjays feel important.
What *is* your point Taylor? That US foreign policy should be farmed out to foreign politicians who actively seek to harm our interests whenever and wherever they can? How can you defend a crook like Kofi Annan? If anything Annan should be on trial for complicity in war crimes.Post a Comment
Taylor, do you believe that the US and Israel are the main source of the world's problems? The people whom you want to run our foreign policy do.