Saturday, October 13, 2007

Turkey Upset over Dems Genoicide Resolution

These toothless resolutions over past wrongs are so lame, and this story from USA Today proves it might also be dangerous:

Turkey, which is a key supply route to U.S. troops in Iraq, recalled its ambassador to Washington and warned of serious repercussions if the U.S. Congress labels the killing of Armenians by Turks a century ago as genocide...

Egeman Bagis, an aide to Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, told Turkish media that Turkey — a conduit for many of the supplies shipped to American bases in both Iraq and Afghanistan — might have to "cut logistical support to the U.S."

And I thought the Democrats would restore our so called "broken overseas alliances" if they were elected. Instead, they attack our partners who are helping defeat the terrorists, including Pakistan and now Turkey. Can newly conservative France be next on their list of friendly countries to alienate?