The Senate’s Foreign Relations Commission is ready to vote in relation to John Bolton’s nomination as U.S. ambassador to the United Nations. The democrats will vote against and the republicans are expected to vote for him. However, the former launched a defamatory campaign against the State’s Undersecretary two weeks ago. In fact, when senators exercise their right to vote, they must bear the following elements in mind:
 John Bolton has worked for two years on subjects related to his future responsibility.
 This experience has led him to adopt lucid positions in relation to the UN. He is right when saying that the UN has provided very little evidence of unity regarding the objectives, which its founders originally entrusted the organization with. However, the UN’s major achievements have been reached when the operations were conducted by Washington. We need a man to bear this in mind in order to change the UN.
 Bolton is a staunch supporter of George W. Bush’s policies in the State Department. This has earned him a lot of enemies who now want to see him go to pieces.
Bolton is the right person to fit the post. He is competent, determined and used to managing institutions hostile to President Bush.

Washington Times (United States)
Propriété du révérend Sun Myung Moon (Église de l’Unification).

The Bolton vote”, by Frank J. Gaffney Jr., Washington Times, April 19, 2005.