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Thursday, August 27, 2009

Kadaffi does not have to be allowed in

Earlier today, I raised the possibility that the US has no choice but to admit Muammar Kadaffi to the United States under agreements with the United Nations.

Based on this post from Michelle Malkin, the answer is that there is no American obligation to admit anyone who wants to come to the UN.

FYI: P.L. 80-357, the United Nations Headquarters Agreement, covers the granting of visas to foreign leaders attending UN General Assembly meetings. But there is precedent for denying visas to jihadi thugs.

Reagan denied Palestine Liberation Organization leader, Yasser Arafat, a visa to participate at the UN General Assembly in 1988 for his connections with terrorist acivities.

Of course, Reagan had a couple of things Obama doesn't have.


At 7:28 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

and again, both you and malkin forget that bush normalized relations with libya

or maybe you both want him to return to his wmd program and his programs supporting global terrorism

my god man, we let the saudis in every day...and those monsters have their hands bloody with jewish and american blood

At 8:19 PM, Blogger Neshama said...

Gee, does anyone else think that picture looks like an old Middle Eastern woman on her way to a Chasana?

At 9:34 PM, Blogger Ashan said...

Nah, Neshama. It's just Dame Edna disguised as a weird Libyan dude.


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