Wednesday, April 18, 2007

Bush reveals steps to pressure Sudan

First we threaten em, then we threaten em again, and just when they think we might follow through on those threats, we stop talking to them all together.

Praising the US Holocaust Memorial Museum for its work to stop the genocide in Darfur, President George W. Bush declared during a speech there Wednesday that the US would intensify sanctions and other measures against Sudan if the country's leadership failed to take appropriate action.

Alright, so, let's see now, yup, the whole world hates us.

"This museum cannot stop the violence. But through your good work, you're making it impossible for the world to turn a blind eye," said Bush.

Oh I think you greatly underestimate the power of the museum. I once saw an entire museum take down a crocodile bare-handed. It's true.

"No one who sees these pictures can doubt that genocide is the only word for what is happening in Darfur - and that we have a moral obligation to stop it."

Since when were you concerned with morality?


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