The International Atomic Energy Agency has been looking at top secret data supplied
by U.S. 'intelligence' on Iran's weapons
development since 2002 and now concludes...
2)Some of it appears to be 'fabricated information'.
What's odd is Abdul Alishtari is a top White House/ Republican Party contributor.
He's a Homeland security contractor, he belongs to the National Republican Senate Inner Circle Member for Life ( that must cost a bundle), the White House Business Advisory Committee and he claims to be friends with Dick Cheney. Well, it took the intrepid Wonkette team to dig the rest of the scandal out.
That person is not Scooter Libby.
The experts have suspected and are now fairly sure that a conviction of Libby is necessary for the next phase of the investigation, not the end of the investigation.
And if Fitz brings down Cheney...there's some explaining to be done.
As in what did the President know and when did he know it?
OK? ( The okay is a cute little Rossism of course)
An interesting perspective, that the groups in Iraq that Iran may be arming are the same groups in Iraq that the U.S. is supporting.
Groups that previously have been responsible for acts of terrorism against the U.S. are now allies... but helping who?
I guess this is just another reason, as if any more were needed for just getting the hell out.
Sorry Mr. Taggert, Operation Surge ain't goin to plan.
Now don't get depressed again , we can always send in Mongo?
Who would have thought that Iraqi commanders ( being Shiite of course, as anyone Sunni was driven underground or fired 4 years ago) are giving 'Surge' targets to the U.S. that are only Sunnis?
Jesus.....that wasn't predictable?
Who would have thought that an operation starting a month after Bush announced it to all, isn't finding any weapons or insurgents anywhere in Baghdad?
Jesus....that wasn't predictable?
Who were the idiots that planned this operation and set it up as a 'last attempt plan' dooming any future efforts? Below is a rare group picture of the special operation surge organisers in their undisclosed Pentagon location.
Iraqi insurgents offer peaceful withdrawal for U.S. forces in return for concessions?
People don't have rights when a superior force invades and occupies their country. Give us a break Iraq.
Who the hell do these Iraqis, I mean terrorists, think they are?
And what concessions? Rip up the made in Washington Iraq constitution that divides oil revenues and prevents anyone from suing the U.S. or the U.S from being liable or responsible for turning the area into a toxic nightmare for generations?
Ha. Next they'll want war reparations and an apology from the Bush and Cheney families.
Pirates and marauders don't make concessions.
At the same time that treasonous inveterate liars George and Dick are blaming all troubles on Iran in an apparent run up to 'lie the nation into war' part 2, the latest National Intelligence Estimate is saying the opposite, that Iranian or Syrian involvement is not likely a major driver of the violence. Well what would they know? The NIE is only a consensus view of all 16 U.S. intelligence agencies.
Impeachment is necessary, now, for both.
Nobody can put you in a state of extra strength Sartrian existential despair faster than the lying smirking petulant sociopathic emperor chimp, Awoll McAsshole.
Seriously. There aren't enough troops to secure Baghdad so obviously a ground offensive against Iran or even Grenada at this time is out of the question? Well, assuming you were sane or an adult, neither of which Bush is.
But the U.S. has lots of planes and bombs and there isn't currently more carrier/naval presence since 2003 in the Gulf for nothing. Bush's plans are crumbling and he's being backed into a corner. Military strikes are his only source of power now.
They were going to give ironclad proof that Iran was supplying insurgents in Iraq. But now they've gone back to the drawing board to retool the evidence. Stephen 'Dr. Strangelove' Hadley is mad. Who cares. You shouldn't be in Iraq. All Muslim countries support fellow clan in other Muslim countries who are at war.
Let's assume Iran is supporting insurgents. Who would they be supporting? Only one group is friendly to Iran and that's the Shiite militants. But those are the allies of the U.S.
Maliki and the Shiites are the main supporters of the U.S., (more accurately those tolerating U.S. presence to defeat Sunnis) in Iraq.
Who kills the most U.S. troops in Iraq? The Sunni insurgents. Who supports them? Every other Sunni dominated government in the M.E. Like Saudi Arabia. Well they get a pass because of their close ties to the Bush/Cheney cabal. But Bush/Cheney have no business dealings with Syria. So they could be bombed too. Bombing will not resolve issues. Bombing will ensure future suffering and problems for Americans. Guaranteed.
So what should the U.S. do? Get out now. That wont happen. Talk? That's admitting personal defeat for Bush and he obviously doesn't care how many die in this lost cause = despair.
Clinically, if one ascribes to psychiatric opinion, this a manifested death wish which usually leads to suicide. In this case, national suicide.
What has to be done to end this imperialist adventure for oil in the Middle East?
Does it necessarily have to drag on in human misery and agony until the current misadministration from hell is gone? Why is that, when everyone agrees it's wrong and finished?