Thursday, June 29, 2006

Run, Condeeee, Run!

Rice, Lavrov have busty testy exchange over Iraq at G8

Condoleezza and George like to stay in shape. No matter how many people they kill, they always find time to remain buff. How nice for them. Lieboy doesn't jog anymore, since his knees gave out, he's taken up bike riding instead. So, yet another lying Photo Op...he no longer runs.
Condi's exercise regimen is so fabulous she shared it on national television. We're so damned lucky to have our foreign affairs in the hands of such physically fit assholes. They can keep it up from their prison cells after their war crimes trials.
What a disgusting piece of shit Bush really is. Anything for a Photo Op. Where will he be when this young man hits a wall or can't get his VA benefits, benefits that have been cut by this administration. What about the other 18,000 injured troops? How about attending the funerals of troops killed for his wars? How many more must die? 2,529 Troop Deaths so far.

U.S. President George W. Bush (R) jogs with Iraq war double-amputee U.S. Army soldier SSgt Christian Bagge, of Eugene, Oregon, along the jogging path on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, June 27, 2006. REUTERS/Larry Downing

Condi "overheard" (via AlertNet) testy exchange over Iraq at G8
MOSCOW, June 29 (Reuters) - A testy exchange overheard between Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov exposed tensions in U.S.-Russia ties and gave an insight into how the two interact away from the world's cameras.

The discussion between Rice and Lavrov dominated foreign ministers' talks over lunch at Thursday's Group of Eight meeting that were aimed at hammering out wording for a joint communique. Reporters outside the closed-door meeting listened in on an audio feed that officials had not turned off.

Rice objected to Lavrov inserting words saying that security for foreign missions should be beefed up in Iraq after Russian embassy workers were killed this month, and complained there was no reference to an international aid accord for Iraq.

She said Lavrov's proposed language implied foreign interference with, rather than support for, the Iraqi government.
"I did not suggest this," Lavrov interjected. "What I did say was not 'involvement in the political process' but the 'involvement of the international community in support of the political process'."
"What does that mean?" Rice asked.
After a long pause, Lavrov told her, "I think you understand."
"No, I don't," she said.

"It's a pity, that we can't endorse something that's been endorsed by the Iraqis and the U.N.," she said. "But if that's how Russia sees it, that's fine."
Lavrov sought to minimise her criticism by comparing Russian and U.S. democracy, saying he had seen changes in America since his first visit there the same year.
Rice shot back: "So when did you go and where did you go in the United States in 1979 that you saw so much change? I am really interested," she said.



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