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Bush gets A+ from Olmert

"I am very, very, very satisfied with the President’s comments."
And why shouldn't he be?

Bush couldn't have been more obsequious than when he described Olmert's proposal to unilaterally annex large chunks of the West Bank as "bold and innovative," asking only that he make one last pro-forma effort at negotiations before implementing it.
Under the plan, the major Jewish settlement blocs on the West Bank where most of the 250,000 settlers live would become part of Israel, with most other settlements dismantled.
And as if that wasn't enough, Bush reiterated his undying commitment to sacrifice American lives to protect Israel should it be attacked by Iran.

Bush may have gotten an A+ from Olmert, but he failed US yet again by signing on to a plan that is as illegal under International Law as it is unjust and by further committing American lives to defend Israeli policy.


At Wednesday, May 24, 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I guess Olmert should've been around when Bush was making fun of Austalia's PM without any sense of concern. When making comments like how he doesn't think world leaders who are bald are "very perty fella's," while gearing up for bigger wars is a sure sign America's president is certifiably just another gay Hitler nut job.
Bush prefers others see him as the bully master to keep'em in line and is probably hurting for Jeff Gannon {bald prostitute # 4} to bring some business into the WhiteHouse again.
But he gave Olmert the free pass.
Why? During the junk jingles, George kept looking at Olmert's comb-over and you just knew that Bush wanted to run over and mess it up.
Isrial must have George by the balls.

At Wednesday, May 24, 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Long live the Queen.

At Wednesday, May 24, 2006, Anonymous Mighty Thor said...

Mearsheimer-Walt Merely Confirmed
(Mighty Thor, 24 May 06)

Yes indeed, qrswave, more scientific evidence in the inductive method confirming Mearsheimer and Walt's thesis upon Judeo-oligarchal conspirators. In fact Bush works for Council on Foreign Relations (CFR--see JBS.org), as I suspect does Israel. These creatures then consult in next moves in Orwellian "perpetual war."

We plebians must merely make do best we can with free internet, information, and inductive logic. A good political move is to replace one group of conspirators in present US Senate by means of reversion to original method of Senatorial election. Honest elections and death to the Fed. Thor

At Thursday, May 25, 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...

....Happy with the best trash money can buy!!!

At Thursday, May 03, 2007, Blogger dan said...


Sporting a combover hair style at first, Olmert now goes bald on top, according to his PR advisors.
why did he ever do that combover crap?

At Thursday, May 03, 2007, Blogger dan said...

google article by Harold Gittelmon on the combover thing. in Jeru Post. great oped

At Thursday, May 03, 2007, Blogger dan said...

Jan. 16, 2006 22:03 | Updated Jan. 18, 2006 1:03
Lose the combover!
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Dear Mr. Olmert,

Your recent TV appearances, albeit in troubled times, have moved me to
write to you on a personal matter that has been troubling me about you
for sometime.

I too had the misfortune to lose my hair, as is the way with so many
Jewish men. I too chose to artfully comb what remained in an attempt
to conceal the fact. There were certain angles from which you could
view me (usually if you were sitting and I wasn't) where you genuinely
couldn't tell that I had lost my hair - or at least, at my most
delusional, I could persuade myself thus.

However, the combover years were not happy ones. Sport in particular
gave rise to much awkwardness, as it gave my opponents plenty of
ammunition with which to unsettle me. I often rose majestically into
the air to head a football, and then faced the anxiety of starting the
Bobby Charlton rearrangements even before my feet had hit the ground.
[Bobby Charlton was one of the stars of England's 1966 World
Cup-winning soccer team, who lost his hair at a young age and resorted
to ever-more-elaborate combover arrangements in a ludicrously vain
effort to conceal the fact; readers of American origin might wish to
substitute, say, Rudy Giuliani.]

A gust of wind was also incredibly unwelcome, unmasking me as it did
in front of total strangers.

My anguish was put to an end one afternoon, when a colleague at work
put his pencil down and said: "I simply cannot sit here a minute
longer with your hair looking like that."

He took me by the hand and sat me down in a barber's shop with the
simple but life-transforming instruction to the man in charge - "Take
it off."

It was interesting that, phoney as the combover had been, and as much
I knew in my heart that it fooled no one, it still took my colleague
to force the issue. This took place a dozen years ago, and I have
often reflected how deeply I am indebted to my now former colleague;
how he released me from such tension and awkwardness.

Mr. Olmert, I would like to perform the same role for you. I simply
cannot scream "Take it off!" at the TV screen anymore. Believe me, it
is a liberating and life-affirming experience. Unafraid of being
unmasked, you will have an immediate spring in your step, a key stress
release for any politician.

You are going to need a steady nerve and clear thoughts in the
difficult days ahead, and I would never be so arrogant as to suggest
which political course you might steer for Israel. But on this issue I
do feel qualified to weigh in.

Take my advice. Get rid of the lid, and you will be far better placed
to negotiate your way through.


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