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Bush confident about definition of state

Associated Press: U.S. President George Bush sought Thursday to boost the flagging Mideast peace process by voicing fresh optimism about the creation of a Palestinian state.
He remains confident that the definition of a state for the Palestinian people would be reached before he leaves office in January.
This is from the fucking idiot who when taking office in 2001, scrapped Clinton's Mid East Peace Plan, claiming that he was not interested in nation building and that the Israelis and the Palestinians should work it out on their own.

Let me help you out here, George. There already is a definition for a state, you idiot.

state |stāt| noun: a nation or territory considered as an organized political community under one government

Next week Bush will be in Africa, working on a new definition for hunger.


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