It’s important to keep our nation free of the entangling tentacles of an organization spearheaded by the likes of France, China, Libya, Syria, and Iran. This is common sense among right-thinking people in this country. But what will President Brownback do about the issue of authoritarian regimes using the United Nations as cover for establishing One World Government? Let’s find out:
The United Nations continues to be the subject of great controversy. The U.N. has been instrumental in resolving a number of international disputes, and its work should not go unnoticed. However, it too often couples lofty ideals with poor execution. As such, reforming the U.N. must remain a priority. In the 104th Congress I supported the National Security Revitalization Act, which prohibited U.S. military forces from being placed under U.N. command and control in most situations. Further, it provided for the U.S. to be reimbursed for participation in U.N. peacekeeping operations. I believe we should reduce the size of the U.N., and that the U.S. should bear less of the organization’s financial burden. I have long supported – and will continue to support – efforts to condition our country’s U.N. dues on substantive U.N. reform
There you have it. A candidate truly committed to defanging the menacing beast of authoritarian world domination by a cabal of Islamists and Chinese Fascists. Once Brownback wins this election, getting rid of the United Nations will have to become a top priority.