Ah, great words from another emerging idiot:
I do wonder what people would think it the US sent troops to fight the FARC. Would this bozo like it?
Now here is the great Brazilian press showing its usual level of frivolity when interviewing Secretary of state Rice:
“QUESTION: The U.S. has been quoted as an interested player in the internationalization of the Amazon. True or false?
SECRETARY RICE: False. Brazil is a sovereign country that’s blessed with this great natural resource, the Amazon. Everyone in the world wants to see it protected and everyone wants to see it develop and be this great natural resource. But it would be working with Brazil in any way. But no, this is a false rumor. The United States doesn’t stand for the internationalization of the Amazon.”
That’s why I could never be a politician. Rice actually has to take these people seriously and respond an internet hoax as if it was a serious concern.
Now, I keep hearing that the Iranian people are not interested in fighting or provoking the US, and that the radicals led by Ahmadinejad were just a minority.
So how are we suppose to translate this news that his party is actually getting stronger?
Oh, is it just because we are trying to get them to stop? If the whole world just left Iran alone they would just become a fine and dandy democracy?
Please. This is very similar to Iraq’s situation before the war. Iran is sending all the wrong signals, and our great pacifists keep telling us that we should not take any of this seriously and if something does happen it is all our fault.
My real concern is: Is Obama going to be the Chamberlain of the 21st century?