The Counterpoint

November 15, 2004

Getting serious on UNSCAM

Reuters has a story up on the Oil-for-Food hearings before the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations, which Power Line reports on here:

"How was the world so blind to this massive amount of influence-peddling?" asked Republican Sen. Norm Coleman, head of the investigations subcommittee. Coleman made public more documents he said were evidence of bigger kickbacks and payments that what was previously known, including 2003 data previously not reviewed.
I have admittedly been skeptical of Senator Coleman in the past, specifically because it seemed like he was just a Republican robot that did what he was told. However, he is spear-heading the attack on the UN and what is probably the most massive corruption scam in history. If and when the true nature of the UN is revealed to the entire world, Coleman may go down as the man responsible for enlightening us.

Plus he brought hockey back to the sport's Mecca, Minnesota. Big bonus points for that in my book.


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