Saturday, November 06, 2004

Kofi was also rejected on Tuesday

Kofi Annan sent a letter to the President and Tony Blair hinting to them not to conduct an offensive on Falluja if they want elections help from the U.N. He says the letter was "private." Kofi is clearly overstepping his bounds as the head of the U.N. But what his action more clearly shows is the U.N. and internationalist's real intentions. They want to dictate foreign policy decisions to the U.S. This meddling in our sovereign affairs is exactly what the voters rejected on Tuesday. We want to control our foreign policy. We don't want unelected foreign bureaucrats telling us what to do. It is time for Kofi to go as well.