Monday, March 10, 2003

No more using Scowcroft as a cutout?
Bush Sr warning over unilateral action The first President Bush has told his son that hopes of peace in the Middle East would be ruined if a war with Iraq were not backed by international unity. Drawing on his own experiences before and after the 1991 Gulf War, Mr Bush Sr said that the brief flowering of hope for Arab-Israeli relations a decade ago would never have happened if America had ignored the will of the United Nations. He also urged the President to resist his tendency to bear grudges, advising his son to bridge the rift between the United States, France and Germany. “You’ve got to reach out to the other person. You’ve got to convince them that long-term friendship should trump short-term adversity,” he said.
I wonder if the right-wing pundits will now criticize this former president for being openly critical of the current White House resident? This is a pretty amazing development. Things must be getting really bad between father and son that George Sr. has to resort to a public forum to get his message out. And the fact that he is no longer using Brent Scowcroft to deliver his messages makes it doubly significant. Has this been talked about at all in the American press?


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