Friday, June 23, 2006

Bush Lauds Iraq Insurgency

From today's New York Times:

BUDAPEST, June 22--Fifty years after Hungarian partisans waged a bloody but unsuccessful uprising against Communist rule, President Bush came to this eastern European capital on Thursday to lay a bouquet at the eternal flame monument, but also to draw a parallel to the war in Iraq.
Yes, indeed--the Hungarians were an inspiring example of a people whose country had been occupied by soldiers from a foreign superpower and dared to rise up in an insurgency aimed at driving out the invaders . . . er, wait a minute--are you sure this is the parallel you want to draw?

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