Sunday, December 30, 2007

Sarko dumps Syria 

Here's a tough one. For years, the New York Times and the rest of the lefty chattering classes have been demanding that the Bush administration (1) work with our "traditional allies," which was code for France, and (2) "negotiate" with Syria notwithstanding its subversion of Lebanon. What are they going to do now that France has broken off ties with Syria until it proves that it is no longer meddling in Lebanon?

France is to suspend diplomatic contacts with Syria, French President Nicolas Sarkozy has announced.

Links will be restored only when France has proof that Syria is not blocking progress towards installing a consensus president in Lebanon, Mr Sarkozy said.

So, either we disregard the advice of the New York Times and Nancy Pelosi regarding negotiation with Syria, or we once again frustrate our "traditional ally" France. How will the transnational progressives resolve the dilemma?

Sarko continues to step up. The ban on French jokes therefore also continues.

MORE: Don Surber is link-happy on this story.


By Anonymous Anonymous, at Mon Dec 31, 05:24:00 AM:

The tranzis will say we must negotiate with Syria ... we ought to be properly multilateral, even if every other government in the world has agreed not to be!  

By Anonymous Anonymous, at Mon Dec 31, 10:32:00 AM:

In protest to Sarko's unilateral warmongering act, millionaire Nancy Pelosi will vow to stop buying her wardrobe from Paris designers.

Sarko has decided that while Nancy Pelosi is of the opinion that the road to peace lies through Damascus, he is of the opinion that Damascus is an exit off the road to peace.
BTW, why was not a big stink raised about Pelosi, Dodd, and Kerry making a trip to Damascus just like David Duke did? Just wondering.  

By Blogger SR, at Mon Dec 31, 06:00:00 PM:

It will be interesting to see how the Dems deal with Sarko if they win the WH. Will the French get the veto over US policy?  

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