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Sunday, July 18, 2004
The Bush Administration remains determined, optimistic and focused on the duty given to it by God Himself (and not I'm not talking about keeping those people from being able to ruin the institution of marriage)
Things are going so wonderful in Iraq that one could almost excuse the Bush Administration for forgetting about the dangers of the world. The sovereign Iraqi government is doing what it is told to do and sexually abused Iraqi boys may very well just be beginning to forgive their liberators, but Team Bush realizes that there are still people out there who need to be liberated, killed and/or prevented from attacking and killing the good people of the United States of America at any moment. Jenifer Johnston writes in the today's Sunday Herald:
PRESIDENT George Bush has promised that if re-elected in November he will make regime change in Iran his new target.Conveniently the 9/11 Commission is about to report, in the words of Julian Coman from today's Telegraph, "that Iran, not Iraq, fostered relations with the al-Qa'eda network in the years leading up to the world's most devastating terrorist attack."
But there's no need to kick ass like there was in Iraq just as there is no reason to think that if Iran is half as evil and dangerous as we are supposed to believe they are that Iran would respond to this by preemptively attacking the U.S. Nope, not at all, what the fuck would give you that idea?