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An observation

During the ongoing press conference where President Bush is speaking alongside Tony Blair, the Prime Minister of Great Bitten, his outline for the peace plan between Israel and Palestine contains repeated and belabored reference to the eventual goal of creating "two democratic states". Isn't Bush the last person who should be talking about democratic states right now?

He also claims to have defeated Cynicism. Cynicism will never die, and those who think otherwise are a bunch of idiots. But isn't it nice that we're not forcing our system of government on anyone? We're forcing them to choose their own presidents, as we Americans well know is a process that can't possibly divide a country in two or cause unrest between factions of a population.

Tony Blair's opening remarks sounded like the Spanish Inquisition sketch: "There are three things we need to do to achieve world peace, in addition to the election in Palestine.... The third thing we need to do is actually two things...." FOUR! FOUR things we need to do to achieve world peace! Turn Israel and Palestine into TWO DEMOCRATIC STATES, finish our business in Iraq and get the hell - FIVE things! - get the hell out of there and - SIX things! - let them run the country themselves, bring about democracy in Afghanistan, get the American people to stop whining about the results of the election and learn to live with it now that it's over, and get everyone snazzy red unif- Hang on, I'll come in again.


Nov. 12th, 2004 02:38 pm (UTC)
Isn't Bush the last person who should be talking about democratic states right now?

Your attempt at humor fails on count of retardedness.
Nov. 12th, 2004 04:51 pm (UTC)
I suppose it would be too much to venture whether that retardedness is on the part of the writer or the reader. :P
Nov. 13th, 2004 10:19 am (UTC)
6 things
I'm still laughing about your entry. I'm sure you can add more "things we have to do". After all, this is America. Where else can you find a government that sticks its nose where it shouldn't be and isn't wanted?!? Heck, all you have to do is look at Viet Nam. Of course, that wasn't a WAR. It was just a police action (that killed way too many Americans, either during or after they came home and were rejected by their fellow Americans).
Four more years of BS from GB. Oh boy. Something to look forward to, like a tooth extraction without novacaine. Is it my imagation or does he look and act like Dana Carver in "Master of Diguise"? God help us.
Nov. 13th, 2004 12:05 pm (UTC)
Re: 6 things
I'm sure the resemblance to Dana Carvey is far from superficial. When he foregoes the advice of his Cabinet, he invariably turns toward the camera in Ernest-esque style and elicits help from "Wayne".
Nov. 13th, 2004 04:16 pm (UTC)
Re: 6 things
Oh, too true. ROFLMAO. Four more years watching and listening to Dubya and I'll have wet pants daily. But they say laughter is the best medicine. So I'm safe if I get sick.


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