Oh, that’s right, none whatsoever.
If I wanted to hear guidance and opinion on the Russia-Georgia debacle, I’d fish a mongrel cat out of the trash-bin and listen to its theories before I’d listen to these two. What does the President of the Republic of Burundi think about this situation? His opinion ought to matter more.
And so it is always with this world.
P.S. PLEASE folks, don’t e-mail me with things like, “but [Ukrainian president] Yuschenko is taking such a courageous stand against the Russians! Aren’t you proud?” I freaking LOATHE Yuschenko. He’s a privileged, pompous git who doesn’t even have enough sense to keep his smug-faced lout of a son out of the tabloids for an entire week. My fellow Ukrainians might not agree, but that’s my line, and I’m sticking to it.
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Also, if I have to hear John McCain declare that we are all Georgians, that he knows he speaks for all Americans, and that we respect the territorial sovereignty of nations (or something along those lines) any more, I will find him and slap him with a dead tuna.
I totally agree with you on Bush and Rice. From what I understand Rice is only going to meet with the French and Georgians, and not the Russians. Not sure I understand that.
After listening to W being interviewed on Olympic coverage last night I get the impression that he can’t wait to get out of the game and sit on the bench. He really shows signs of fatigue.