Wednesday, September 20, 2006

Not In Our House

We are all familiar with the extremely heated, insulative family argument. An outside steps in, taking one side or the other. Those family member involved get defensive and attack the outsider. I can insult my brother or sister but you have better stay clear.

We see this happening this week at the UN. First we see Mahmoud Ahmadinejad (calling Bush a killer and denying them peaceful nuclear power) and then Hugo Chavez (calling Bush a devil).

They feel perfectly at home here in the U.S., insulting our elected leader. The MSM says nothing. In fact, they encourage this opposing speech.

Those who dislike President Bush share a closer ideology with Ahmadinejad and Chavez than they do with Bush.

For as long as I can remember, I have been opposed to the UN, especially being located in America. For me, it started during the Cold War and continues this day. There is no benefit of the UN to America. What benefit is there to us by hosting a group of people that hate what we stand for but are glad to partake in the benefits of our freedoms?

A country should do what is in its best interest first. The UN is in the best interest of the terrorist, dictators and panhandling nations.

All the Left can say: "I am shocked Bush spoke on the same stage as Ahmadinejad and Chavez." This is as traitorous as it gets.

We can argue and disagree amongst ourselves, but we should not let the scum of the Earth get involved in our fights.

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