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Sunday, October 26, 2008

Shocka: Most UN employees rooting for Obama

I'm sure you'll all be shocked - just shocked - to hear that most UN employees are rooting for Democratic Presidential candidate Barack Hussein Obama to become the next President of the United States (Hat Tip: Hot Air).
Obama supporters hail from Russia, Canada, France, Britain, Germany, the Netherlands, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Indonesia and elsewhere. One American employee here seemed puzzled that he was being asked whether Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) was even a consideration. "Obama was and is unstoppable," the official said. "Please, God, let him win," he added.

"It would be hard to find anybody, I think, at the U.N. who would not believe that Obama would be a considerable improvement over any other alternative," said William H. Luers, executive director of the United Nations Association. "It's been a bad eight years, and there is a lot of bad feeling over it."

Conservatives who are skeptical of the United Nations said they are not surprised by the political tilt. "The fact is that most conservatives, most Republicans don't worship at the altar in New York, and I think that aggravates them more than anything else," said John R. Bolton, a former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations. "What they want is the bending of the knee, and they'll get it from an Obama administration."
I'm sure they will.

While the headline I've stuck on this post sounds like a joke, supporters of Israel should understand from the UN's support of Obama that he's not going to be good for Israel. After all, the UN is never interested in stopping wars in the Middle East unless Israel is clearly winning.

Remember the summer of 2006 and how the Bush administration kept giving Israel chance after chance to win the war in Lebanon? That won't happen under an Obama administration. You can bet on it.


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