Secretary-General William Clinton

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    http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article1511.htm

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    I heard the rumor. I prayed it wasnt true. Dear God. Kofi was incompetant enough. Do we have to make the UN even more irrelevant? The problem is that they will butt into US affairs even more if its a former president as the SG. He'll think he still runs the country. Add that to the fact that if Hillary wins in 08, dear GOD!!! The Apocalypse could be at hand.
     
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    It definitely puts the EU vs America in a different light.

    I had always thought we would be politically wrangled into submission as opposed to being decimated.

    This COULD do it.
     
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    Somehow I feel that Clinton as SG would be a step in the right direction, after all the crap Kofi caused. Despite all his personal flaws, Bill actually is a capable leader. His main problem now is fighting for credibility. It's a welcome change to me. However, I don't even want to think about Hillary in '08!

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    He admitted in his book he comitted perjury.

    You think he is a good leader?

    I wouldn't let him lead a pledge.
     
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    Does the SG have lots of interns? Bet Clinton is hoping :p:
     
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    Well, I said he is a capable leader. He has the talent and the ability. The question is whether he will use it. In either case, I still see him as a step up from Kofi Annan.

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    Doesnt surprise me. Clinton loves two things in life, power and attention. He can get both there. And the UN doesnt have the checks the United States does to limit his power.

    He is a good leader in that he can get people to do what he wants. But we dont need his kind of leadership.
     
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    would not the US be able to veto any such nomination?
     

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