Monday, August 18, 2008

You Think Georgia Is a Problem?

Clearly, the behaviors in Georgia (ALL of them: Russki, Georgian, and Ossetian) are fraught with short- and medium-term dangers.

That, however, is a picnic in the park compared to the possibilities in Pakistan.

Musharraf said he will turn in his resignation to the National Assembly speaker on Monday but it was not immediately clear whether it would become effective the same day. The chairman of Pakistan's Senate, Mohammedmian Soomro, was poised to take over in the interim.

It also was not clear whether Musharraf, a stalwart U.S. ally, would stay in Pakistan.

Musharraf was an SOB, but he was OUR SOB (just like Shaak'li in Georgia.) But Pakistan has some things Georgia will never have:

The Nuke. And a lot of Muslim fanatics.

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