PRE-FACE – Wednesday, December 01, 2004
The report declares that the Security Council should work in closer tandem with the World Court, of which the United States is not a signatory. It also warns against "preventive action" taken by individual nations without Security Council approval. Only the UNSC, the panel wrote, has the legal standing to authorize a "preventive war."
It is unclear on what they base their conclusions, other than internationalist whimsy.
So far, President Bush has lost seven, and we can only speculate on how many of them were legitimate resignations and how many were told to resign.
Actually I believe Clinton lost 10 at the begininng of his second term ...
Leon Panetta - Chief of Staff
George Stephanopoulos - Senior Adviser
Henry Cisneros - HUD Secretary
Hazel O'Leary - Secretary of Energy
Warren Christopher - Secretary of State
William Perry - Secretary of Defense
Anthony Lake - National Security Adviser
Richard Riley - Secretary of Education
Robert Reich - Secretary of Labor
Federico Pena - Secretary of Transportation