Monday, December 11, 2006

Rosie's 'Ching-Chong' and the apparent political corrrectness double-standard...

The blogging has been a little low-key recently, so I've passed on this topic. Michelle tackles it beautifully in today's Vent though, so I thought I'd share...

Newsbusters coverage here.

Recent-Rosie-related: Questioning the belief structure that men and women are completely interchangeable with one another...

Good riddance to you, Kofi AnnanTotally unrelated other than it's more great work from Michelle Malkin, she also has great coverage of Kofi's planned going away speech at the UN today. From USA Today:
In a farewell speech on U.S. soil today, retiring United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan plans to deliver a tough critique of President Bush's policies. He will accuse the administration of trying to secure the United States from terrorism in part by dominating other nations through force, committing what he termed human rights abuses and taking military action without broad international support.

Though Annan has long been a critic of the war in Iraq and other Bush foreign policies, the planned speech is among his toughest and is unusual for a U.N. secretary-general concluding his tenure.

Annan's remarks, provided to USA TODAY by his office, list principles for international relations, among them "respect for human rights and the rule of law."

These ideas can be advanced only "if America remains true to its principles, including in the struggle against terrorism," the speech says. "When it appears to abandon its own ideals and objectives, its friends abroad are naturally troubled and confused."
From Michelle:
Like Kofi Annan knows anything about remaining true to principles? He leaves behind a feckless, corrupted, global bureaucracy incapable of policing the predators in its ranks, unwilling to stand up to evil, and useless in the struggle against terrorism--or any other global threat.

And it's all President Bush's and America's fault.

Good riddance to you and your wagging finger, Kofi Annan. You will not be missed.
Spot on.

Update: Check out Malkin on O'Reilly.

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