Monday, July 31, 2006

Quotes of the day

"BBC political editor Nick Robinson, who is travelling with Mr Blair in the US, said the Prime Minister accepted that Qana had 'changed things'".

So, what did it take for our esteemed President to start to come to his senses and stop being Bush's (and Israel's) lapdog? This.

Meanwhile the US continues to resist appealing for an immediate ceasefire at the UN because, according to Dubya, they want "to develop a resolution that will enable the region to have a sustainable peace, a peace that lasts, a peace that will enable mothers and fathers to raise their children in a hopeful world".

Yes folks, that's right, it's all about peace, hope and stability. Perhaps they think if we're told enough times we might start to believe it?

(Other blog posts on the Qana air strike: Baghdad Burning, The Whole Wide World Of Fat Buddha)

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