January 30, 2006, - 10:00 am
By Debbie Schlussel
Hmmm . . . . Maybe she should stay there.
Angelina Jolie–new face of St. John fashions and old face of support for Palestinian kiddie terrorists-in-training–said she’s “absolutely ashamed” of America at this weekend’s World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
Accompanied by skank-o-phile Mr. Angelina Jolie (Brad Pitt), the actress told the self-absorbed international rich-and-famous beautiful people lefties at the navel-reflecting/pontification gathering, that she’s hopping mad that the U.S. Congress hasn’t ratified the U.N. Convention on the Rights of the Child.
The Daily Telegraph quotes the tattoo-notched human bedpost, thusly:
“I am absolutely ashamed” Washington has not formally ratified the 1989 UN Convention on the Rights of the Child,” she said.
“Being an American I think it’s horrible. I think Congress should ratify that. If we really care about that how dare we not ratify it?”
But the treaty is more of the same old Angelina Jolie BS that will make our country–among other things–impotent in fighting the illegal alien invasion. For example, it would force our country to pay for ACLU-style attorneys for kid terrorists and kids of illegal aliens.
As we’ve written here, skank-in-chief Jolie has already toured our illegal alien holding facilities demanding lawyers for the kiddies. She did the same in a meeting with then-Secretary of State/Jolie groupie Colin Powell. She pushed for establishment of a National Center for Refugee and Immigrant Children and lobbied for the Alien Child Protection Act that provides the same. That’s why she was honored at a reception for “kid” refugees at the KUWAITI Embassy.
And, as we’ve also detailed, she toured Palestinian refugee camps in Jordan, cheering on Palestinian kids’ songs and plays about getting “revenge” on Jews and “taking back Jerusalem.”
And SHE is ashamed of US?! . . . .
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