Comments: Obama Administration Demands A Halt To Reckless Honesty By Israel

to the relief of the "honest broker", it looks like the "peace process" towards a "two-state solution" will soon be back in full swing.

A couple of years ago, I heard Dennis Ross on NPR talking about the "peace process", saying, "blah, blah, blah...bring both parties to the table," and "blah, blah...comprehensive settlement," and "blah, blah, blah...honest broker."

Or at least that's as much as I can recall hearing before I lost consciousness.

When I awoke and finished wiping the puddle of drool off my desk, it hit me: That's the whole purpose of the "peace process": To put those of us who don't live in Israel/Palestine to sleep by drowning us in nice, cottony generalities.

It's like the traffic cop waving you on at the scene of a five-car pileup: "Move along, nothing to see here..."

Posted by SteveB at May 6, 2009 04:30 PM

Forp. Yksmohc has remarked on many occasions that the best thing about a peace process is that you don't actually have to have peace, and my therefore continue in any villainies youu had begun before the process began...

Posted by Woody at May 6, 2009 06:06 PM

And which Israeli politician said he loved the peace process so much he wanted it to continue forever?

Posted by SteveB at May 6, 2009 09:27 PM

Its called CLAIM JUMPING out here, punishable by hanging on the spot without benefit of a trial. (horse thieving and cattle rustling carry the same quick judicial remedy)

Posted by Mike Meyer at May 7, 2009 12:48 PM