An Ol’ Broad’s Ramblings

February 20, 2007

A Letter

Filed under: Iran, Iraq, Opinion, War — olbroad @ 10:34

Tough talk on Iran shows lesson not learned

It’s deja vu all over again. The Bush administration, having mired us in a war in Iraq, is now preparing an attack on Iran. And instead of questioning the government’s every assertion, the media is echoing unconfirmed allegations that the Iranian government is supplying Iraqis with lethal roadside bombs to kill American troops.

I don’t suppose that those Iranians that were arrested in Iraq had anything to do with some of those assertions.  And come to think of it, the only folks who have been blathering about any “war” with Iran are the Dems, with their squawking about them not letting the President drag them into one.  I’m so confused.

Have we learned nothing from the last run-up to war?

Well, if I remember correctly, the “last run-up to war” included the deaths of 3,000 American citizens, the 17 Useless Numnuts resolutions, the lack of co-operation from Hussein, etc.

An unwillingness to challenge the administration’s assertions led us to war four years ago. Please don’t lead us down that road again.

Considering that they all had the same intel that the President had, why would there have a “challenge”?

In addition, I am against any attack on Iran because I think it will definitely lead us into World War III. If there were no WMD’s to justify attacking Iraq, why are we bringing the same bogus charges to attack Iran?

Jeff Herringa
Beaver Dam

Pssst!  Mr. Herringa, we’re already in World War III!

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