More Dominoes


Someone stubs their toe in Mongolia, and it's Bush's fault.

This, however, has absolutely nothing to do with the administration's policies:
LONDON - Key Syrian opposition figures Monday urged Syrians to work to oust President Basher Assay by using acts of civil disobedience reminiscent to the upheaval that freed nations behind the Iron Curtain. [which also had NOTHING TO DO with the policies of the Reagan administration. -- ed.]

Describing Assay's regime as oppressive and corrupt, the leaders pledged to bring democracy to Syria, which has been ruled by Assay since the death of his father, Haze, in 2000.

"The people are fed up with the government," former Vice President Abdul-Halim Khaddam told The Associated Press after a conference uniting forces against Assad. "Of course they are scared. Our plan is to encourage them to get rid of this fear. ... The military is not going to get involved."
The Syrian military, no doubt, doesn't want to end up looking like the aftermath of the Highway of Death from Gulf War I.

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