mardi 12 août 2008

An ill wind

There is rarely an upside to a war. However, to compound their problems the people involved in the current conflaguration in the Caucasus have the shuffling gimp French President Sarkozy himself to contend with. He is sticking his guele in with Putin and scuttling about ineffectually in an attempt to halt the fighting. The only compensation from all this is that the toady runt will be around less in France making things worse here with all his unimplemantable reforms and attacks on the non-rich.

To save time, though, he might as well do what the Georgian President did and order tank and artillery salvos on his own recalsitrant poplace. . .