Sunday, August 01, 2004

This makes bad sense. The Council on Foreign Relations is urging Bush to block a possible Israeli air-strike on Iran’s nuclear sites. They think it will hurt our interests in the region because we will be blamed for it. What difference does that make? We’ve already stirred the hive. The council believes that such an Israeli strike “…would most likely generate also hostile Iranian initiatives in Iraq and Afghanistan." Are they a day late and a dollar short or what?

I thought keeping Iran from having nukes serves our interests. Especially if you believe the Council’s estimate that the current regime would survive. I guess the council thinks that the Europeans have the situation well in hand.

Your honor, I move that the Council on Foreign Relations be stricken from anything that is taken seriously.

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