Sunday, April 9, 2006

Taking the people toward a war to defend the Republican party.

With a 70% disapproval rate for their President, the unpopular Republican party wants to launch a war to defend itself.

The New Yorker: Fact:
"The Bush Administration, while publicly advocating diplomacy in order to stop Iran from pursuing a nuclear weapon, has increased clandestine activities inside Iran and intensified planning for a possible major air attack. Current and former American military and intelligence officials said that Air Force planning groups are drawing up lists of targets, and teams of American combat troops have been ordered into Iran, under cover, to collect targeting data and to establish contact with anti-government ethnic-minority groups. The officials say that President Bush is determined to deny the Iranian regime the opportunity to begin a pilot program, planned for this spring, to enrich uranium."

Yeah, yeah yeah ... this from the Bush Republican party on behalf of itself.

In reality telling the nation, "We want your sons and daughters, America. We need them to defend our party and keep us in office."

There is a growing conviction among members of the United States military, and in the international community, that President Bush’s ultimate goal in the nuclear confrontation with Iran is regime change. Iran’s President, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, has challenged the reality of the Holocaust and said that Israel must be “wiped off the map.” Bush and others in the White House view him as a potential Adolf Hitler, a former senior intelligence official said. “That’s the name they’re using. They say, ‘Will Iran get a strategic weapon and threaten another world war?’ ”

War is good for who?

Only the current party in office.
Only lobbyists sucking the blood of the nation for war dollars.
Only ideological nitwits stuck in their fantasy and unable to get their foot out of what they stepped into.
Only theological political nitwits stuck in THEIR fantasy and unable to get their foot out of what they've stepped into and want to smear on everybody else

One former defense official, who still deals with sensitive issues for the Bush Administration, told me that the military planning was premised on a belief that “a sustained bombing campaign in Iran will humiliate the religious leadership and lead the public to rise up and overthrow the government.” He added, “I was shocked when I heard it, and asked myself, ‘What are they smoking?’ ”

But not for our sons and daughters.
But not for our families.
But not for our economic well-being.

A senior Pentagon adviser on the war on terror expressed a similar view. “This White House believes that the only way to solve the problem is to change the power structure in Iran, and that means war,” he said. The danger, he said, was that “it also reinforces the belief inside Iran that the only way to defend the country is to have a nuclear capability.” A military conflict that destabilized the region could also increase the risk of terror: “Hezbollah comes into play,” the adviser said, referring to the terror group that is considered one of the world’s most successful, and which is now a Lebanese political party with strong ties to Iran. “And here comes Al Qaeda.”

When rich liars blindly lead the blinded both fall into a ditch.

Arthur Ruger, reading the Sunday morning news


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