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greekdefaultwatch@gmail.com Natural gas consultant by day, blogger on the Greek economy by night. Trained as an economist and political scientist. I believe in common sense and in data, and my aim is to offer insight written in language that is clear and convincing.

04 November 2005

Clowns in Argentina

Mary Anastasia O’Grady, of the Wall Street Journal, writes today of President Bush’s visit to the summit of the Americas in Argentina. She quotes an Argentine friend who says: “I really don't know why President Bush has accepted to come to this show of political clowns where all of them will blame him for all the maladies that we so cleverly produced in our countries. Americans have to learn that they will never be loved but they have the responsibility for being respected.” I think the friend is on to something.

Mary Anastasia O’Grady, “Bush’s Perilous Journey South,” Wall Street Journal, 4 Nov 05


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