Monday, January 15, 2007

Mideast Summit Planned

Condi Rice on the need for dialogue between US, Israeli and Palestinian leaders:

The three-way U.S.-Israeli-Palestinian meeting would be the first among the main parties thought necessary to draft any settlement in the six-decade-long dispute. It represents more direct involvement from a U.S. administration that has sometimes viewed Mideast peacemaking as a fool's errand.

"The parties haven't talked about these issues for a long time," Rice told reporters following a meeting with Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak in this southern Egyptian town following a three-day visit to Israel and the Palestinian territories.

"It's been at least six years since they talked about these issues," Rice said. "It seems wise to begin this ... informal discussion, to just really sit and talk about the issues. "

And how long has Bush been in power? Six years.

'Nuff said.

And, what was it Condi said just two days ago?

"I think anything that is an American plan is bound to fail," she said.

Related: This is justice?

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