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    • Albert Seligman
    • 21.12.07 | 23:57 (IST)

    Pab, whether or not we accept Bush's first term of office as duly elected, his second one certainly was. Ok, maybe he didn't get 115.32% of the vote like Bashar al-Assad, but then the US has many political parties and candidates for its presidency, while Syria has just the one. Perhaps you hadn't noticed that. More importantly, maybe it's time you realised that the US is the world's present no.1 superpower, which means, a role thrust on it by the rest of world who brought us WW1 & 2, Dutch and French occupied Indo-China and the Cold War. The US has every right to police the world when its own citizens and economic interests are threatened by unelected rogue governments, like those of Syria and Iran. Hey, when Syria and Iran have free elections and choose responsible leaders, then maybe you`ll have a leg to stand on, Sr Peg Leg...

    from the article: Top Hezbollah official blasts Bush, says Lebanon rejects his tutelage
    First published 00:00 21.12.07 | Last updated 00:00 21.12.07
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