NYT Points Out Uncanny Parallels Between Karzai and Che

NewYork Times (12/3/10):

Mr. Karzai first burst onto the international stage in the style of Che Guevara, slipping over the Afghan border from Pakistan in 2001 as United States forces pounded the Taliban, before being installed by the West. President George W. Bush invited him to his first State of the Union speech after September 11, 2001, where Mr. Karzai sat in the audience as a symbol of heroes who emerged from the terrorist attacks.

Yep, just like Che–you remember when he was installed into power by the U.S., and then invited to the State of the Union address.

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