December 11, 2006

Well, why should his last one... any different from any other one? Annan criticizes U.S. in farewell speech

And let's face it--it's much easier to criticize the US than, well, I don't know, maybe, do something effective. Interesting he's giving the speech at the Truman Center. I have a feeling Truman--as big a believer in the UN if there ever was one--would have a few choice adjectives to describe Mr. Annan's tenure. To Mr. Annan's credit, probably only about 3/4 of them would be overtly scatalogical in nature.

Anyway, I'm sure Mr. Annan will have no difficulty finding gainful employment in the private sector as a corruption and graft facilitator. Good luck and best wishes, sir!

Posted by Terry Oglesby at December 11, 2006 10:35 AM

Good riddance to him!

Posted by: Nate at December 11, 2006 12:03 PM

Let the door hit him where the dog bit him!

He definitely was symbolic of the the whole UN mess and what world diplomacy has come to. Hmmm, maybe this opens the door for Slick Willie. It would be an easy commute from his offices in uptown Harlem. With Hillary occupying 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. in 2009, they could rule the world.

Posted by: Marc V at December 11, 2006 12:12 PM