In his strongest comments since the fighting erupted over Georgia’s separatist South Ossetia region last week, Bush told Russia to end a “dramatic and brutal escalation” of violence in Georgia and accept international mediation to end the crisis, as Georgian leaders have.
Does George Bush have any kind of right to criticize another leader’s handling of a dramatic and brutal escalation of violence?
Bush said Russia’s escalation had “raised serious questions about its intentions in Georgia and the region” and had “substantially damaged Russia’s standing in the world.”
I really don’t think so…but I’ll digress to let you make your own decisions. Instead I bring you:
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“Christina Ricci, what makes a person gay?”