Thursday, March 13, 2003

George Will cracks me up sometimes because I’m convinced that when he makes up a phrase he’s particularly proud of, he feels compelled to repeat it over and over. On “This Week” this past Sunday he said: “The United Nations is not a good idea badly executed; it’s a bad idea.” Today, he picks up on that theme, using the same phrase (with “implemented” replacing “executed”) in his opening paragraph.

That doesn’t mean you shouldn’t read his incisive article today, “U.N. Absurdity,” where he fleshes out all the thoughts he started on the Sunday Roundtable.

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