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His report was the antithesis of what the appeasers confidently expected it to be.
Not only do they ignore the history of negotiations with Tehran, the appeasers also refuse to state clearly what it is that should be negotiated.
Everybody knew President Bush was aiming at Senator Barack Obama last week when he likened those who endorse talks with ''terrorists and radicals'' to appeasers of the Nazis.
In their view Iraq under Saddam was like Europe dominated by Hitler, and the Democrats and critics in the media are likened to the appeasers of the 1930s.
In your speech to the American Legion in Salt Lake City last week, you compared critics of your wars abroad to appeasers of Nazi Germany in the 1930s.
The Premier League have been active appeasers, too.
Meanwhile, the "war president" attacks opponents as appeasers and his only strategy is to "stay the course".
Absent from the rationale of the interstellar appeasers is an explanation of how--assuming such things are real--a war with ETs would even be possible.
Stuffed with half-baked historical hindsight, these politicians self-righteously condemned the appeasers, without any proper understanding of the context.
TROUBLED waters were poured on oil last week when it was revealed that prominent Saddam appeasers allegedly profited from the UN's Oil For Food programme.
In the run-up to the Anglo-American invasion of Iraq, "contrarian" essayist Christopher Hitchens, an ostensibly "leftist" supporter of the war, utilized the figure of George Orwell as a cudgel to beat anti-war figures as appeasers of "Islamo-fascism.