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Why Talk When You Can Invade?

Little Green Footballs commentary:

Prediction: nothing good will come of this.

The Bush administration is perilously close to jumping the tracks. I've supported the President through the long course of the war that began on September 11, but it's starting to look like he's simply getting tired; he won't defend his administration against attacks, he won't defend the country against illegal immigration, he won't do anything to stop the media leaks that cripple our national security ... and now this: U.S., Iran end 27-year diplomatic freeze.

The thing that's most remarkable to me is that anybody could think that we have any viable options at the moment. Not talking sure hasn't done any good with Iran (or N Korea, or Venezuela, or Cuba or.....) and there is simply no military option at all short of nuking the place, and hopefully some rational generals would stop anything that suicidal. Like it or not, Iran is going to be a big factor in the future of Iraq and we need to have a presence in those discussions. Hopefully we can bring up the issue of their nuclear program as well. But please, keep talking even if it does make the right wingers crazy...


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LGF: "I've supported the President through the long course of the war that began on September 11, but it's starting to look like he's simply getting tired;..."

What does previous support of the President have to do with Bush's current position? Ahhh, the wingnuts are trying to pressure the adminstration -- signaling their support may be wavering...

What a bunch of pissy little right wing putzes. They whine about the "excessive" influence of the netroots -- a theory which was soundly debunked with the recent Iraq funding compromise which showed that the Democratic leadership in Congress were not the "puppets of Soros" the righties claimed they were -- and then try to pull rank on the White House, suggesting that they just don't know how much longer they can support the President.

Do you think they realize how far off of mainstream America they've wandered? There they are, snugged safely in their little echo-chamber of mis-information and outright lies, thinking anyone in America is paying them heed. What jackasses.


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