You are lame ducks.
Sadly, some people may actually believe you. Then, other people will die.
Take a vacation from now until next March, in God's name.
Medvedev outlines six principles to normalize situation in Georgia
MOSCOW. Aug 12 (Interfax) - The Russian and French presidents have adopted a joint statement calling on the parties to the Georgian-South Ossetian conflict not to use force and stop all military actions.
The statement outlines six principles to settle the conflict, and the two presidents urged the conflicting parties to follow them, Russian President Dmitry Medvedev said at a press conference in Moscow.
"First, they must not resort to force. Second, they absolutely stop any military actions. Third, there must be free access to humanitarian aid. Fourth, the Georgian armed forces need to be returned to their permanent bases. Fifth, the Russian armed forces will be moved back to their positions before the military actions. Sixth, the beginning of international discussion of South Ossetia's and Abkhazia's future status and ways to ensure their stable security," Medvedev said.