Monday, January 30, 2006

The Bush Plan for Victory in the Middle East

In a long article in today's NYTimes, entitled Rice Admits U.S. Underestimated Hamas Strength, Steven R. Weisman starts as follows:

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice acknowledged Sunday that the United States had failed to understand the depth of hostility among Palestinians toward their longtime leaders.

"I've asked why nobody saw it coming," Ms. Rice said, speaking of her own staff. "It does say something about us not having a good enough pulse."

Here comes the part where Condi reveals the last step for victory in the Middle East:

Ms. Rice told reporters that she was convinced of the wisdom of instilling democracy in the Middle East. Elections have brought into office anti-American Islamic radicals in Egypt, Lebanon and Iran, but Ms. Rice said the alternative was trying to bottle up seething anger in the region that could lead to more terrorist attacks in the West.

So the Bush mob was very wise to allow the terrorists to come to power because now they can be even more effective in killing Jews and they will leave us alone in the US.

What a plan! Conduct elections in the Middle East so that Hamas, the Moslem Brotherhood, Hizbollah, Moktada al Sadr and all the other extremists come to power. That was the Bush plan all along. Democracy was not the last step, it was the next to the last step. The Bush new sound bite is: "One man, one vote, one time."

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