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    • Ahmed
    • 04.08.07 | 13:48 (IDT)

    As much as I get angry with people's lies, the things that come out of Bush's mouth are just beyond belief..Sometimes it makes me forget all the death and injustice because I burst out laughing, so I at least thank him for that. Now, can anybody else feel the irony (and deceit) in an American president telling a Lebanese leader (whose speech last year drew an audience of 2 million from a population of 3.5million) telling not to interfere in lebanons politics? Thats right. you heard correctly. Gerorge Bush, and the administration responsible for the veto of every single UN resolution that so much as calls for INVESTIGATIONS into MASSACRES committed in lebanon by Israel, cares for lebanese so much, that he's telling the most popular and authoritative lebanese leader that ever lived to stop interfering in lebanese politics. Why pay for comedy shows when you can just watch the news?

    from the article: Hezbollah chief says Washington trying to drown Mideast in wars
    First published 00:00 03.08.07 | Last updated 00:00 03.08.07
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