November 16, 2004

The U.N. at Work

A Senate committee investigating the United Nations oil-for-food program for Iraq estimates that during 13 years of international sanctions, Saddam Hussein's government made at least $21.3 billion illicitly - more than double previous government estimates.

-- Judith Miller, writing in the New York Times.

But, you know, sanctions were working. Why did we have to go and rock the boat?

Posted by Gregory at November 16, 2004 12:41 PM
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