The Therapy Sessions
Friday, December 12, 2003
The Inquirer Soils Itself Again
The Geneva Accords: A worthy wager, not an act of treason
How would the Inquirer feel about a peace treaty between the US and Al Qaeda, negotiated by Dennis Kucinich and Crown Prince Abdullah?
I'm scared to imagine the Inquirer's reaction to such a thing. I would hope they would say that a nation's representatives should be elected by the nation they represent.
The Inquirer loves to hear the Palestinian promises, allowing this sweet music to drown out rational thought:
Behold! The Palestinians are promising to "renounce terrorism." Didn't they make that same promise at Oslo in 1993?
The Palestinian problem has never been making promises.
It has been keeping them.