Bolton and the U.N.

I am glad that President Bush decided to use his “Constitutional option” and appoint John Bolton to be the U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations.

I also find it humorous that the Democrats are acting like little children and saying that they will not support Bolton in his role. This is what you would expect of a five-year old who did not get their way, not of U.S. Senators. I believe that John Bolton will be a force for change in an institution that is successful only in the eyes of the idealists. The United Nations is one of the most worthless organizations in the world. You can never be sure of the intentions of other nations and there is an anti-U.S. cabal within the organization. The best thing that the U.S. could do would be to remove itself from the U.N. and form another organization that consists of other democracies around the world, instead of countries like Syria and Libya.

Posted by Nathan Melton at August 2, 2005 7:35 PM