Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Who said condemnation? Was it NATO, the U.N. Security Council or Hillary Clinton?

The rhetoric of condemnation, normally reserved for the White House or the U.N. Security Council, is now apparently part of the nomenclature of NATO as well!

Typically, whether it's the Iranian government violating U.N. Resolution (fill in the blank), the Palestinians lobbing missiles into Israel or the Pakistani government engaging in anti-American activities such as harboring bin Laden, the rhetorical response out of Washington or the U.N. Security Council will normally be indistinguishable.

"We consider this act to be unacceptable and condemn it in the strongest terms!"

This time, however, the response was not attributable to either of the prior named sources but came from NATO concerning the shooting down of a Turkish military jet by the Syrians. 

Additionally the NATO spokesman said that the organization "stands in solidarity" with Turkey although what that actually means for that country isn't exactly clear!

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