What can you possibly say about this?
``In my judgment, the best way to stop the violence is to understand why the violence occurred in the first place,'' Bush said.
And how precisely does this aid in the stopping of the violence, one might reasonably ask? One would think that, after understanding has been gotten, there is still the need for some concrete, you know, actions.
In any event, if you're predicating the success of any venture on its understanding by George Bush, I think you can assume you're doomed to failure before you even pull out of the driveway.
So the mideast crisis started a week ago when some bored Hezbollah folk said , hey let's fire some rockets into Israel, kidnap some soldiers and see what happens? Well, they should stop that.
It's totally like that in Iraq too. I mean, all these insurgents and Al Qaeda groups and so on. If only there was some event, some major action of some kind, that we could point to as the place where the violence in Iraq started! Gosh!
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