I found the following on Common Sense and Wonder, one of my daily reads.
to avoid running into the UN, we must go out to where the quake and tsunami actually hit. As we come up on two weeks since the disaster struck, the UN is still not to be seen where it counts -- except when holding well-staged press events

The full post is here.

The trouble with continuing to support the UN is that:
  • It gives money to people who do not share our sense of vision for world leadership
  • It keeps us from getting the oversight necessary to keep an eye on how the money is spent
  • It provides employment for Liberals Without a Clue
  • It provides a forum for those dedicated to eliminating freedom
  • It gives legitamacy to scoundrels, thieves, dictators, and fools


~A! said…
I agree that we can't give the money to the UN, but I also think we need to seriously consider how we vet the people we DO give the money too.

In a world where we cannot trust the integrity of the UN, the money needs to be going to people we can count on to do the most good with it.

I'm not so sure about the liberal bashing, but it's your blog, luv, and you're entitled.


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