The folks at the UN, some of the most corrupt people on the face of the earth, are cheering the Republicans’ losses.
Daniel Freedman at It Shines for All comments:
Why is the U.N. commenting on member state elections? We’re told that this isn’t normally done. So why is the Republican loss worthy? It’s almost celebratory. Does the U.N. think they’ll get more support now?
And look who the U.N. quotes. Largely leftwing press. AP, BBC, NYT … And the one editorial they quote? The New York Times. Go figure. (Why anyway is an editorial worth including? It’s certainly not “morning headlines” it’s “morning opinion.”)
And that’s how American taxpayer dollars are used at the United Nations.
Hat tip: Michelle Malkin
Regardless of the effect on world events, global giddiness that Bush was finally handed a political black-eye was almost palpable.
In an extraordinary joint statement, more than 200 Socialist members of the European Parliament hailed the American election results as “the beginning of the end of a six-year nightmare for the world” and gloated that they left the Bush administration “seriously weakened.”
In London’s Guardian newspaper, commentator Martin Kettle wrote: “The cheering can be heard not just in America itself but around the planet.”
Socialists happy that Democrats win. Sounds right.