George W. Bush, purely by accident, makes a good point. The AntiwarBlog points it out.
President Bush:Source: Antiwar.com Blog
“The lesson of the Hungarian experience is clear. Liberty can be delayed, but it cannot be denied.”
“In 1956, in Hungary, the Soviets called us terrorists while the West called us freedom fighters. During that Hungarian uprising, the Soviets claimed that our Molotov cocktails were the cause (and not the consequence) of their occupation.”