wrote this on my blog, figured it was worth a debate if any one wanted to talk about it. http://tonewfrontiers.blogspot.com/2005/04/bush-has-been-hanging-out-with-clinton.html Bush Has Been Hanging Out With Clinton Too Much Pres. Bush is a pretty straight-forward guy, especially with jihadists. You've heard this a million times all over the place, but it is a universal truth, one of the very few we have in this confusing world of ours. He tells the jihadist Taliban to give up Bin Laden, they refuse, he kicks them out of Afghanistan and liberates the long-suffering population there. He tells Saddam and his newfound jihadist allies to get out of Iraq or face regime change, Saddam refuses, the forces of freedom kick jihadist and Baathist tail all over Iraq. Now we have Darfur. Bush declared it a genocide, told the jihadist Khartoum regime to knock it off, and they haven't. America invades right? Not even close. As everyone knows, America has been very generous with humanitarian aid, but has refused to consider sending military forces. Even worse, it has allowed the African Union, a fledgling multilateral African organization, to deploy a few thousand peace "monitors" onto the scene of genocide, a tragically under whelming force that is often forced to stand by helplessly while the slaughter continues. The world dithers, hundreds of thousands die, the jihadists win. Why is America refusing to lead and take bold, courageous action in Darfur? To be brutally honest, Pres. Bush wasn't seeking a monumental peace deal in Afghanistan and Iraq. He correctly noted the high improbability of the Taliban and Saddam keeping their respective words in any "peace" agreement. He is seeking a monumental peace deal in Sudan, an end to the brutal north-south war (fueled by the jihadist North's insistence on imposing Islamic law on non-Islamic peoples) that has killed two million over 20 years. To America's credit, with patience, dedication and persistence, Mission Impossible: Peace In Sudan, actually came into existence earlier this year. For all of a very short while... as only a few weeks later., Khartoum and its militia goons soon started attacking Southern positions again. So now a fragile peace accord, kept afloat by a temporarily focused international community and engaged USA, is actually being sabotaged from within by an unfaithful peace partner. This terrible reality is doubly worse, considering the genocide the unfaithful partner is committing against its own citizens, certainly not a sign of a partner in "peace". So despite the genocide being condemned by a good number of influential people in the world (well not really, heck, the UN won't even call it genocide), the suffering of its nearly two million victims (via famine, violent displacement, destruction of living areas and violence), the world (especially America) is pushing them to the side, into the shadows. In essence, Pres. Bush is applying Slick Willy Clinton's favorite lesson, "peace at any price", a suicidal philosophy that nearly destroyed the Israelis, the South Koreans and various other groups and nations in the world who fell victim for his charms. "Peace at any price" means America betrays the genocide victims and survivors in order for America to have a temporary peace in Sudan. "PEACE AT ANY PRICE IS STRATEGICALLY, POLITICALLY AND MORALLY WRONG. AMERICA SHOULD NEVER TRUST THE WORD OF JIHADIST MASS MURDERS, OR TYRANTS OF ANY FORM."