Tuesday, May 09, 2006

Bush Forced to Face Reality. Maybe.



Tough love for Bush. It may be traumatic, But it's for the best.

The UN, thanks to Russia and China, won't go along with Bush trying to John Wayne it with Iran.

Germany, France and Great Britain are getting ready to offer economic incentives to bring Iran back into negotiations.

Bush's almost 70% disapproval ratings and our experience with his abysmal inability to handle military endeavors, seems to have left him with no options but negotiation.

UNITED NATIONS, May 9 -- Britain, France and Germany said Tuesday that they
are preparing a package of fresh incentives for Iran -- including affordable
energy and greater trade with the West -- that would be granted if Tehran
resumed negotiations on its nuclear program and agreed to halt the enrichment of
nuclear fuel.

The initiative announced Tuesday -- and the fact that it was backed by the
United States -- reflected the Bush administration's inability to persuade
Security Council members Russia and China to back a United Nations resolution
that takes a tougher line with Iran, including an implicit threat of
sanctions.

But even with his first steps out of Fantasyland, he still managed to revert back to his old lying ways.

"I've made the tough decision to commit American troops into harm's way," Bush
said. "It's the toughest decision a president can ever make. But I want you to
know that I tried diplomacy. In other words, the president has got to be able to
say to the American people diplomacy didn't work."

After more than five years, is Bush finally going to get one right? Let's hope so.

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