Friday, April 01, 2005


In an WaPo editorial today, they argue that the recent Food for Oil scandal uncovered nepotism, obstruction of justice, graft, and misappropriated funds. They then argue that because of all this corruption, the UN knows it needs to reform and that is precisely the reason Kofi Annan should stay on.

That's right. The head of the biggest corruption scandal in history should stay on precisely because it will give him a chance to reform the system he corrupted. A novel argument, to say the least.


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