"Well-connected draft dodger"
Identified Plagiarist Biden
Takes Helm From Helms
With the defection of ultra-liberal Senator James Jeffords from the GOP, Senator Joseph Biden takes the chairmanship of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, where he will promote the United Nations, the International Criminal Court, and US/UN/NATO military intervention in the affairs of other nations.
An ardent feminist and U.N. apologist, it is also expected Biden will push ratification of several controversial treaties, including the Convention on the Rights of the Child and the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women.
Though he touts himself as someone who has earned national and international recognition as a policy innovator, effective legislator and party spokesman on international relations and arms control, he is best known as a politician who was drummed out of the 1988 presidential race when he was caught plagiarizing speeches from other politicians. It was then disclosed that Biden was involved in a plagiarism incident in law school and exaggerated his academic record.
Biden, who served as a U.S. Representative to the 55th Session of the United Nations General Assembly, has voted 68 percent of the time as a "Global Statesman," according to the Campaign for U.N. Reform, an arm of the pro-U.N. lobby. Biden led the opposition to conservative John R. Bolton as United States Undersecretary of State for Arms Control and International Security Affairs.
A strong proponent of the illegal war on Yugoslavia, Biden was in graduate school during the Vietnam War. He was described by decorated Vietnam War veteran David Hackworth as a "well-connected draft dodger" who wants "our kids" to fight his wars.
It is expected that in his new post, Biden's speeches may be written by the United Nations Association or the U.N. itself.
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