How about these resolutions?
We were talking the news concerning the possibilities of war crimes trials in former Yugoslavia, when he cynically remarked, "So when will we see the crimes against humanity trials in the former Soviet Union?"
Maybe when those crimes are at least a hundred years old and all the perpetrators are long dead?
That seems to be the thinking of Nancy Pelosi and the Democrats in Congress who want a resolution condemning the massacres of the Armenians around the turn of the 20th century. Maybe we just needed a while to think about it and work up the appropriate righteous indignation. Say a century or so.
A few years back it was revealed that among the consequence of Red China's Cultural Revolution in the southern provinces, was a famine so extreme that people resorted to cannibalism to survive.
How about a resolution condemning the murders of the Khmer Rouge? Fidel Castro? Anybody still alive and kicking?
Apparently we'll have to wait and insult their grandchildren.