Saturday, June 18, 2005

Couldn't make it up if I tried...

U.S. Newswire : Releases : "DeLay: The Case for U.N. Reform..."

House majority leader Tom DeLay:
"The pervasive corruption at the U.N. is not a problem -- it is a crisis. No one denies this, and in response to the overwhelming evidence, the Democrat substitute says the reforms in the underlying bill should happen. But, Mr. Speaker, it is not enough to say these reforms should happen -- they must happen, and they must happen right now.

"We shouldn't be asking the U.N.'s leaders to make these reforms -- we need to tell them. The American people are today underwriting rampant corruption -- 22 percent of it, to be precise -- and it needs to stop."

Next: Dick Cheney complains about lack of transparency in U.N. governance.


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