Go Home Condi! Send Someone Back Who Gives A Damn!


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Tuesday, July 25, 2006 - 12:00am

Go Home Condi!  Send Someone Back Who Gives A Damn!

Nearly two weeks after the bloodshed started, Condoleezza Rice decided she would go to Israel, but not before making an unscheduled stop in Beirut.  The trip to Beirut was nothing more than a photo opportunity to pretend that the U.S. government cares about the massacre in the city.  In her brief visit, the Prime Minister of Lebanon begged and pleaded with Ms. Rice to cease fire, but she would have none of it.

   Beirut now resembles New York City in the aftermath of 9/11.  Many journalists that have reported from Beirut speak of the same smell and carnage that they witnessed in the World Trade Center attacks.  Condoleezza did not go see any of this death and destruction that has engulfed Beirut.  Instead, she chose to use her time to lay out unreasonable terms for a ceasefire.

Condi did accomplish one thing.  She got Israel to be more careful and strategic about their targeting.  That sounds great, but it also reveals that Israel was not being careful before, as they massacred civilians at an alarming rate.

You disagree about the Israeli massacre?  Consider this: Israel is reportedly using chemical weapons against Lebanon.  The chemical weapon of choice is incendiary phosphorous.  This is a chemical that burns through your skin until it reaches the bone.  The U.S. government also used this weapon in Iraq last year in their attack on Tikrit.

Now if you're going to fight against people that want to build weapons of mass destruction, it helps if you don't use them yourself.  If you're going to fight against people that kill your civilians, it helps if you don't kill their civilians.

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