Saturday, January 28, 2006

Bill Clinton on Hamas

The former president's suggested approach to dealing with the newly elected government of Terrorstine is the same approach that carried him along so successfully in his political career:

Speaking at the World Forum in Davos, Switzerland, former U.S. president Bill Clinton suggested Saturday the West should be more open to eventual talks with Hamas.

"You've got to find a way to at least open doors...and I don't see how we can do it without more contact," he said.

Hamas might "acquire a greater sense of responsibility and as they do we have to be willing to act on that."

Great. The former leader of the Free World just said that the homicidal ringleaders of the terrorist statelet dedicated to the extermination of the Jews of Israel should be given the chance to Grow In Office. After all, surely no pack of killers is so depraved that they don't deserve a 238th chance. What will he say once the buses start exploding again? Suggest a recall election?

We're fast running out of road to kick the can down, Mr. President. Some facts of life just can't be spun.

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