Saturday, February 10, 2007

Who is being "confrontational"?

Iran appears to be providing weapons, training, and maybe personnel, to attack us in Iraq. They provide money and supplies to Hezbollah in its fight with Israel (who they see as our proxy). Iran is working on nuclear technology with the seeming goal of 'wiping Israel off the map.' In the Washington Post, Paul R. Pillar expresses his concern, not with Iran, of course, but rather with Pres. Bush:

[T]he Bush administration ... is taking confrontational step.
Iran declared war on the US in 1979 with the hostage taking and continued chants of "Death to America." They continued since then with their support of terrorism, including the Khobar Towers bombing, and continues now in Iraq. So, after a quarter century of Iran's warfare against the US, what concerns Mr. Pillar is that Pres. Bush might be too "confrontational"?

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