Tuesday, May 25, 2004

Bush's address coincided with the unveiling of a new U.N. resolution by the United States and Britain endorsing the June 30 handover of political power in Iraq and authorizing a U.S.-led multinational force to keep the peace. The draft resolution urges nations to send troops for an international force -- something the administration is anxious to see, with American troops stretched thin.

Dubya is wishing he'd played nicer now. Shouldn-a-been such a big ass bully.

| Christian Science Monitor | October 7, 2002
President Bush stands ready to attack Iraq even without the approval of the United Nations Security Council.
Bush warned that the UN could become as irrelevant as did the League of Nations in the 1930s if it doesn't deal with threats to international order.

Guess it seems a little more relevant now. The threat to international order that they needed to deal with is George W.

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