Sunday, July 30, 2006



I'm not given to the usual silly name-calling found on a lot of other blogs, but for years I've made an exception for one person - U.S. Secretary of State CondoLIEzza Rice. And here's why:
"In the wake of the tragedy that the people and the government of Lebanon are dealing with today, I have decided to postpone my discussions in Beirut," Rice said.
Oh, "you've decided," have you, Condi?
Coming at a particularly sensitive point in negotiations to end the conflict, the attack on the village threw the painstaking process of building toward an agreement into turmoil. Lebanese Prime Minister Fouad Siniora said he would not hold talks with Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice until a ceasefire is called.

"There is no place on this sad morning for any discussion other than an immediate and unconditional ceasefire as well as an international investigation into the Israeli massacres in Lebanon now," Siniora told a news conference in Beirut.

Why stop here? There's more...

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