Why, when I wind up my watch, I start it, but when I wind up a project, I end it?
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In a small business office in Chapel Hill, N.C., they have an answering machine that instructs callers to leave their name and address, and to spell any difficult words.
Early one Monday the secretary was reviewing the weekend messages and she heard an enthusiastic UNC student recite her name and address and then confidently offer, "My dif- ficult word is reconciliation. R-E-C-O-N-C-I-L-I-A-T-I-O-N."
It is impossible to think that the U.S. is about to bless Iran and Syria with a place at the negotiating table to determine the future of Iraq. What effrontery that either nation would demand or expect such a position. You can be sure these terrorist states will curse Israel and demand more Bible land to appease Arab rage.
According to Tom Casey of the State Department, “We want Iraq to have good relationships with its neighboring countries. They're a sovereign state, and it's up to them as to how they pursue it." It is difficult for me to imagine that the country supplying 85 percent of the IEDs used to kill American troops in Iraq now wants to participate in a summit to stop the violence in Iraq. Or, for that matter, that Syria, a swinging door for terrorists wishing to enter Iraq, is pushing for a place at the bargaining table.
Jalal Talabani, President of Iraq, has been invited to Iran this weekend for talks with Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Syrian ruler Bashar al-Assad. Apparently Talabani plans to attend in order to “discuss the security situation and the repercussions for stability of the region.”
To add insult to the injuries and deaths in Iraq that can be laid directly at the feet of Iran and Syria, the Iraq Study Group, headed by former Secretary of State James Baker, is set to recommend that Iran and Syria be included. Baker is not the only one urging the U.S. to openly negotiate with not one but two terrorist-funding, terrorist-harboring states. Senator Barack Obama is also urging the U.S. to include Syria and Iran in an attempt to halt the sectarian violence in Iraq.
Click here to sign the petition to President Bush. Ask him not to reward Iran by allowing them to enter into the peace talks regarding the future or Iraq.
Democratic Senator Barack Obama of Illinois, who is considering a presidential run, said today in a Chicago speech that the U.S. ought to talk with Syria and Iran to try to restore stability to Iraq, as had Secretary of Defense nominee Robert Gates.
This is outrageous. Iran has threatened to “wipe Israel off the map.” Ahmadinejad has intimated that he has 52,000 suicide bombers ready to attack the U.S. Now both Ahmadinejad and al-Assad have been invited to tea.
Every family in Israel that has lost a loved one in a terror attack knows that the funds to arm the terrorists came from Iran through Syria. The liberal, secular media has fed the American public a constant stream of lies, lies, lies. To invite Syria and Iran to the peace talks is like inviting the Nazi Party to peace talks even as smoke and ashes pour from the ovens in Auschwitz.
This is another in a series of appeasement plans that, in the past, have invited 20,000 attempted suicide bombings in Israel by the Nobel Peace Prize-winning godfather of terrorism, Yasser Arafat. If American plays the appeasement game, you can be sure terrorists will be coming to a theater near you. Weakness draws vultures to a dying carcass.