Sunday, May 08, 2005

Rock on

Every time I think Bush is going soft, he does something great like this: "Mr. Bush on Saturday seemed likely to anger the Russians even more, because he repeatedly used the word 'occupation' to describe the Russian acts in the Baltics - Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia - after World War II. "

He called it an "occupation"? Oh, what an outrage. Of course we know that the Russia were invited in, not just there, but across half of Europe. It's similar to the way the Czechoslovakia invited the Germans in 1938.
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