Maybe More Will Get Done

I guess the UN thinks people have finally figured out that the international organization, 1/5 funded by the US taxpayers, is disgustingly impotent in the face of everything except global warming.

Considering the group, which includes despots, thugs & communist nations, seems to be more of a source of extra income for higher-ranking members, I can only think they're calling on Spidey because they hope maybe those three movies were real. It's obvious how they shrink from any challenge (& call on the USA to bail them out) that they don't have that "presence" enemies will fear.

Since they need to revitalize their image, I suggest they try a different tack than comic book heroes:

Get a pair.

The excerpt, courtesy of FoxNews:
Comic Relief

The United Nations is joining forces with Marvel Comics — creators of "Spider-Man" and "The Incredible Hulk" — in an effort to revive the U.N.'s troubled image.

The joint effort is supposed to result in a comic book showing the international body working with superheroes to solve bloody conflicts and rid the world of disease.

The comic will be distributed free to 1 million U.S. schoolchildren and will be set in a war-torn fictional country. The U.N. then hopes to translate the comic into other languages and distribute it worldwide.

Former U.S. ambassador to the U.N. and staunch critic John Bolton tells FOX News: "I'd like to know who's paying for this comic episode."


Bob said...

John Bolton rocks! He is so plain-spoken and clear about what he believes. I hope he gets appointed Secretary of State by whichever Republican wins the White House.

HapKiDo said...

I like the man. He's got exactly what we need as a represenative for the USA.

Sadly, the Dhimmocrats have no guts to stand up to our "allies".

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