O’Reilly right on the mark… sort of

It would be a seemingly perfect match of medication to mask the malady. On his program, Bill O’Reilly endorsed Bill Clinton to take over the United Nations.

“I’d like to see Bill Clinton take the job. The world loves him. He’d do a good job. It would be good for the United States. Hillary would love it.”

I won’t be surprised to see Clinton get the job, and for the U.N. to welcome him with hands out, middle and forefinger rubbing thumb.

A megalomaniacal prevaricator, to whom the United States is but a blank check with principles that are to be sold to the highest bidder, Clinton and the U.N. would be a match made in heaven.

At long last, Slick may have found his soul mates in the large collection of bureaucratic dorks, Euro-wimps, Third World finger pointers, America bashers and globalist pantywaists that comprise the United Nations.

The Mother Ship is calling Bubba home, and he’ll come running, for at long last he’s discovered a group of people who look as if they would actually relish the opportunity to spend a weekend debating the meaning of the word “is.”

Annan and the U.N. won the Nobel prize in 2001. The following year it was won by Jimmy Carter. The Nobel folks would now very much like to give the prize to Clinton so they can begin marketing their “Great Appeasers” line of “Precious Moments” figurines.

O’Reilly’s right. Bill Clinton and the U.N. would be a perfect match. No problems would be solved, only perpetuated, but at least E-Harmony.com would have a new commercial.

Author: Doug Powers

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