Thursday, June 26, 2008
Defending the indefensible
The venomous ruler of Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe, has few defenders, though among them is former American ambassador to the U.N., Andrew Young: http://www.ajc.com/opinion/content/opinion/tucker/stories/2008/06/13/tucked_0615.html. What a shock, Young was an appointee of President Peanut Farmer. In any event, Mugabe is one of the more vile rulers on a continent that regrettably has all too many of them. He has rightfully been spurned by the West--even the amoral Europeans want nothing to do with him--and his "leadership" has resulted only in ruin, death and misery for his beleaguered countrymen.