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Tuesday, April 12, 2005

SHOULD THE U.S. HAVE AN ANTI-U.N. U.N. AMBASSADOR? 
SPEAKING TRUTH TO THE U.N.

YES. Nothing can stymie the left-wing push towards "international rule" quicker than the U.S. breaking its ties with the dictators and mullahs that compose the majority U.N. member states. In case you haven't noticed, the left has been out in force, from the newsrooms to wacko organizations like People for the (un)American Way, to stop John Bolton from getting nominated to the position of U.N. Ambassador.

So why is the left so against this nominee? To hear them tell it, you would think it's his management style. Apparently, when Bolton was at the state department, he tried to dismiss some intelligence analysts (one of whom looks suspiciously like Fidel Castro) because those analysts disagreed with his particular view of the data.

What's really going on is that the left disagrees with Bolton's negative view of the U.N., which they adore, so they think he is unworthy of being "promoted" to the role of U.N. Ambassador. The should just stop their whining and accept that Bolton will get the job, and will represent a big step back for their version of the new world order.
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