Monday, November 23, 2009

Tough U.N. Critic Tapped to Represent U.S. on Human Rights Council

Hope springs eternal. But, given the record of this, "left wing liberal, socialist,commie administration, who the hell knows?

From Fox News:

The California scholar and Obama donor tapped to be the first U.S. ambassador to the U.N. Human Rights Council is a fierce critic of the United Nations' human rights record who some watchdogs say they hope will roll some heads on the controversial panel boycotted during the Bush administration.

Eileen Chamberlain Donahoe has called the U.N. policy and record toward human rights abuses erratic, inhumane and dysfunctional, and has said its inherently flawed charter leaves human rights violators "immunized" from international interference.

In what would be a drastic shift from current policy, she recommended in her 2006 Ph.D. dissertation that the United Nations condition a country's sovereignty on its human rights record. In other words, she argued that human rights abuses can justify invasion.

U.N. critics are cautiously optimistic she'll bring that hard-nosed attitude to the council and be willing to confront the despots and alleged human rights abusers represented there.

Again, one can only hope. Look, you/us, "the peeps" are not getting the "rest of the Story" "the rest of the story" is this: we elected our cockroaches and El Presidente, they appoint people to positions of power, ie; mostly bureaucrats, the bureaucrats want to keep their jobs, so what do they do to keep said jobs? Everything they can to uphold the current administrations agenda. Got it? That goes for Republicans as well as Democrats. All we need is love, no wait: let me reset my brain. What we need is less bureaucrats and more conservatives that believe in the Constitution.
Because after all, the Constitution is the Solution.