Iraq: Kissinger's 'decent interval', take twoCrap. Bush should just give up and ask the Bush
By Marc Erikson
At age 83, Henry Kissinger aims to recapture former glory - or ignominy as it were. Thirty-three years after being honored with the Nobel Peace Prize for bringing peace to Vietnam (he didn't), he is insinuating himself into the row over US Iraq policy. The prospect of seeing Kissingerian principles and methods of realpolitik applied to the mess in the Middle East makes one shudder.
Really, those silly, drunken, drugged up pieces of flotsam he (I assume) sired really couldn't be any worse than what has been proposed by the likes of Cliff May, Jim Baker, Lee Hamilton, Bechtel, Rumsfeld, Condi Rice, and my former neighbor (and still the war criminal I would most like tried), Henry Kissinger.