Closely watching the developments in Georgia

Their President has done an amazing job cleaning up the country. They are more American than America (meaning, they subscribe to the principles of America's founding fathers more than Americans do today). As such, they are right up there with Israel and South Korea as countries I have a deep respect for.

As such I'm more than a little frustrated at the lack of US and EU (well, NATO) response to what's happening in Georgia. South Ossetia aside (Georgia and Russia can duke that out without our help), we should be sending a strong message to Russia, just as Kennedy did in the early 60s and Reagan did in the 80s.

Some good sites have popped up:
Georgia Ministry of Foreign Affairs blog - other links from there.

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