drieuxster (drieuxster) wrote,
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Speaking Of Strange Bed Fellows

What One Issue Brought The International WackJobs into consensus, sorta.
The vote of the 191-member General Assembly was nearly unanimous. Only Israel and two Pacific island nations, Palau and the Marshall Island, joined the United States in opposition. Three countries - Iran, Venezuela and Belarus - abstained.
[ cf Voice Of America ]
Wow from the discredited U.N. Commission on Human Rights to the new and improved Human Rights Council and that without the support of such noted bastions of Radical Leftist Extremism like Palau and the Marshall Islands.

I mean, when was the last time you heard that they were a major threat to the free world.

Or willing to Host HanoiAnnie Coulter's Fetish Festival.

All the rest make reasonable sense, their leaders are STILL fearful that some evil one worlder blue helmeted clique of wackjobs might take them to court, like the radical leftist extremeist anit-war, america bashing, god haters, have done with saddam hussein, simply because he was into the WarOnWhatever before it was cool to want to stop the growing threat of IslamoFascists before they could merge with Hitlery and the Global FemiNazi's....
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