Monday, April 25, 2005

So much for straight talk: Bush can't say "genocide"

In his statement on the 90th Anniversary of the Armenian genocide, President Bush betrayed the memory of millions of innocent victims of the 20th century's first attempt by Muslims to eliminate an ethnic and religious minority. He once again refused to call it a genocide, to the dismay of Armenians around the world and to the smirking delight of the Turks who hope to entrench their own brand of holocaust denial in the minds of new generations.


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