Sunday, July 13, 2008

President George W Bush backs Israeli plan for strike on Iran - Times Online








"President George W Bush has told the Israeli government that he may be prepared to approve a future military strike on Iranian nuclear facilities if negotiations with Tehran break down, according to a senior Pentagon official.



Despite the opposition of his own generals and widespread scepticism that America is ready to risk the military, political and economic consequences of an airborne strike on Iran, the president has given an “amber light” to an Israeli plan to attack Iran’s main nuclear sites with long-range bombing sorties, the official told The Sunday Times...."




Oh great, he's not quite done yet, is he?




Catch you later.....

2 comments:

John Maszka said...

Nous Tenons Á Notre Avis

It is in our nature to believe that our opinion is the right opinion. But everyone, be they liberal or conservative, understands that another war will break the back of the American economy.

Add to this the fact that Iran has over ten million men of military age, and it becomes an issue of blood and treasure. The only way that America can stand against such opposition is through a prolonged campaign of lethal air strikes, which will involve the slaughter of innocent civilians and bring the rightful outrage of the entire world upon our heads.

Not only would an attack against the sovereign state of Iran be wrong, it would be extremely foolish.

President Bush-
Il ne desire pas paix
Il ne desire rien mais guerre.
Il tient un livre de douleur et larmes
Il tient á ouvrir.
Il ne parait pas que il comprend
Il ne s’agit pas de legs…
Il ne faut pas ouvrir ce livre
Il ne contiennent que mort.

GOPnot4me said...

Dear John,

I appreciate your comments.

Six years ago, before I began blogging, I was a part of a very vocal minority here in San Diego county who predicted too accurately the mess we find ourselves in today.

As a veteran, I was especially disturbed that we proposed, via the Bush Doctrine, to wage pre-emptive war against a country that had yet to attack us, or an ally, and put our armed forces in harm's way in an illegal, immoral, unethical conflict.

And I sure wish I could read French!

Regards, GOPnot4me