Monday, January 16, 2006

SOOO...THEY WANT TO NUKE IRAN

Sen. John McCain was on CBS' "Face The Nation" yesterday doing his Bush Bitch routine again. This time it was about nuking Iran before they have a chance to build any nuclear weopons.

"That is the last option. Everything else has to be exhausted. But to say under no circumstances would we exercise a military option, that would be crazy," Republican Senator John McCain of Arizona said.

Maybe Iran is developing nuclear arms, then again maybe they aren't. I don't know. What I do know though is that this sounds alot like Saddam = WMD's = 9/11.

There are Democrats jumping on the bandwagon with McCain, one being Sen. Evan Bayh of Illinois.

Bayh, a member of the Senate Intelligence Committee, said there are sensitive elements of Iran's nuclear program, which, if attacked, "would dramatically delay it's development".

"But that should not be an option at this point. We ought to use everything else possible keep from getting to that juncture," he said on CNN's Late Edition.

McCain is concerned that a strike against Iran could push the price of oil up...gee, isn't that big of him to be concerned now.

"If the price of oil has to go up then that's a consequence we would have to suffer," he said.


Oh well so much for cheap gas for those big SUV's and Limos.

Get ready folks, they're going to expand the "War for Oil and Profit."

Thanks to Aljazeera News for the story. Click link for the Full Story.

2 comments:

karena said...

I read some other sabre rattling comment from McCain regarding Iran. He is truly nuts. Kerry is talking tough, now Bayh. I have no doubt Shillary will come out talking tough once she is finished with her Bush-bash in Harlem. The dems have failed to realize that no one is falling for their rhetoric. They need to stop pandering and come up with a believable strategy and unified voice.

Grandpa Eddie said...

Karena,
Until the Dems stop allowing the Repugs to lead them around by their noses nothing will change. They all talk a good talk about the Constitution but there aren't many willing to stand up and use it.