Monday, October 27, 2008

The U.N. sucks.

I've written before about Obama's support of abortion, infanticide and redistribution of wealth.
If his views on those issues aren't reasons enough to vote against him, we have polls that show World Citizens Prefer Obama to McCain by Nearly 4-to-1 and now, At the U.N., Many Hope for an Obama Win.
Congo's U.N. ambassador, Atoki Ileka said, "We do not consider him [Obama] an African American,we consider him an African."
Is there any doubts as to whether or not people outside this country have our best interests at heart? In Saudi Arabia, Obama is favored 50% to 19% over McCain; in Norway, it's Obama 71% to 13% and in Canada, the folks favor Obama 67% to 22%. The people in Norway,Saudi Arabia and Canada don't give a hoot about the United one in those countries is looking out us. You can be sure that anyone who receives near universal approval from the United Nations is bad for the United States.
As writer Jonah Goldberg observed in 2002, [First Things First] "The U.N. sucks."
Does anyone doubt that?


Jaywalker said...

Looking at it from a different point of view an Obama win will make it easier to bring back world respect since they prefer, identify with, and respect Obama.

Robert said...

you didn't ask for my opinion when you picked Gloria or Erap.....we'll pick our own leaders, thank you very much.

LarryD said...

jay - why in the world would we want respect from petty thugs and tin horn dictators? An Obama win in this nation would give liberal socialists the executive and legislative branches (and quite possibly a super-majority in the Senate) and then nearly unstoppable ability to place any liberal they want on the Supreme Court and every federal court from sea to shining sea. The last thing most patriotic Americans care about is world respect. Especially since most in the world want to see the US way of life dismantled and done away with. They want our wealth and our resources and frankly, Obama represents the best chance they've ever had in wresting them away from the people of this nation.