Here’s the proof:

U.S. directs criticism at Israel

CRAWFORD, Texas – The White House said Wednesday neither
Israel nor Hezbollah should escalate their month-old war, as Israel decided to widen its ground invasion in southern Lebanon.

White House press secretary Tony Snow said the U.S. message was for both sides, though his remarks came after Israel’s Security Cabinet voted to expand the war effort in an attempt to deal further blows to Hezbollah.

“We are working hard now to bridge differences between the United States position and some of the positions of our allies,” Snow told reporters in Texas, where
President Bush was vacationing. “We want an end to violence and we do not want escalations.”[Emphasis mine]

I’m going to tuck into that 18 year old scotch that I’ve been saving for the Rapture…

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