Wednesday, March 5, 2008

McCain to Continue Bush's Disastrous Foreign Policy

President Bush endorsed Republican Presidential nominee John McCain at the White House earlier today. During his remarks Bush said of the newly knighted McCain:

"he's not going to change when it comes to taking on the enemy. He understands this is a dangerous world, and I understand we better have steadfast leadership who has got the courage and determination to pursue this enemy, so as to protect America."

Bush's divide and conquer policies pit sectarian groups, even whole countries against each other. The Middle East fractured deeper under George's seven years of tampering, frequently characterized by generous arms aid. According to the CIA both the number and depth of America's enemies has grown. Weapons of mass destruction remain a clear and present danger as Bush tries to keep a nuclear free Middle East.

The Arab League put a chink in Bush's armor with their new position on the nuclear proliferation treaty. Haaretz reported the Arab League announced "Arab countries will walk away from the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty if Israel ever officially acknowledges it has nuclear weapons." So keep on keeping on John. Bush has it all under control...