Steve Dunleavey sums it up in the NY Post with Security Council's Rotten Show a Hans-Down Loser:
HANS Blix tells us on one hand Iraq is cooperating, on the other hand they are not cooperating enough, and yet on another hand inspectors need more time.More like the freak show.
That makes Hans have three hands, which qualifies him for the circus.
Despite the so called "historic" nature of yesterday's Security Council meeting, it was just that - the traditional U.N. circus.
Despite the eloquent addresses by Straw, Colin Powell and Ana Palacio, the Spanish foreign minister, the minds of the clowns in the appeasement circus remained unchanged.But kudos to Jack Straw who cut Dominque a new one as Marcus Warren and Robin Gedye report in the Telegraph in Straw takes war to the French in vitriolic United Nations tirade. Hint to Marcus and Robin - in the vernacular, it's called "kicking ass and taking names".
Let's face it, the United Nations is about as relevant as a yak in the Gobi Desert.
But someone yesterday saw the light. It was none other than Mohammed Al-Douri, the Iraqi U.N. ambassador.
"The possibility of war against Iraq seems imminent," he said.
You got that right, Mo.
And at the risk of repetitiveness: