Numerous broken commitments underlie the Bush administration’s current efforts to create the framework for the establishment of a Palestinian state. I alluded to several of them in “When words lose their meaning” and have reiterated the point in numerous posts here.
Now Rick Richman retraces the steps of the Bush administration leading to the silent abandonment of its own first principles. The left and its allies in the mainstream media have unjustly pounced on the Bush adminstration for purported betrayals and falsehoods involving Iraq and the like. Yet in this case, involving starkly conflicting words and policies even simply with respect to the ground rules for attendance at the Annapolis peace conference, the silence is deafening.
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