Saturday, February 03, 2007


"If they bomb Iran, we'll remove them from office"

by clammyc

I want to hear those words Actually, I need to hear those words.This should be coming out of every Senator’s mouths. That includes you, Specter, Brownback, Warner and Hagel. And it includes you too, Kennedy, Biden, Boxer, Obama and yes, Clinton. This should be the only discussion when it comes to Iran.

They fucked up Afghanistan in less than a year. They fucked up Iraq before they even went in. They fucked up the Israel/Palestine situation. They fucked up North Korea and Iran already.

Neoconservatives who are forcing the dialogue on how dangerous Iran is and why "nothing is off the table" have not only been wrong on every single prediction and count, but they have been wrong on such a tremendous level on every single thing for so long that it would be laughable if lives weren’t at stake.

This administration, as well as the revolving door of sycophants, war criminals recycled from the Ford administration, looters, polluters and just plain greedy bastards that it has consistently surrounded itself with will not stop in their quest for whatever the hell their quest is.

These people do not deserve the responsibility of wiping their own ass (sorry for the visual), let alone wiping entire cities off the face of the earth. And we are to "trust them" that they won’t go ahead and just do it? The reasons why we "have to keep all options on the table" are word for fucking word the same as the dubious, twisted, incorrect, misleading and bullshit reasons why we "had to bomb Iraq NOW".

The evidence? In the words of the LA Times, "scant". The proof of Iran meddling in Iraq? Can’t be proven. But don’t trust the LA Times. Ask National Security Advisor Stephen Hadley:

"The truth is, quite frankly, we thought the briefing overstated, and we sent it back to get it narrowed and focused on the facts," national security advisor Stephen J. Hadley said Friday.

Not good enough? How about new Secretary of Defense Robert Gates:

Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates seemed to concede Friday that U.S. officials can't say for sure whether the Iranian government is involved in assisting the attacks on U.S. personnel in Iraq.

"I don't know that we know the answer to that question," Gates said.

Game over. No evidence. Unsure of any connection. But let’s try to move the Overton Window while we are at it.

This is absurd. How the hell is this happening? How are these madmen (and women – need to be equal opportunity) not being told point blank that their ideas on bombing Iran are nothing more than delusional fantasies? Where is all the screaming about the fact that Ahmadinejad is nothing more than a blowhard figurehead (kind of like some of our Senators)?

Where is the absolute dismissive mocking laughter about the complete insanity of this "plan"? I want to hear, "An attack on Iran? With what Army?"

These criminals should have been removed from office long ago. With their backs up against the wall, they will be more brazen. They need to go. The world community deserves to know that these insane so called leaders who are hell bent on bringing on the end of civilization will be removed from office if they take this one step further. And the future of the United States of America demands nothing less.


Update [2007-2-3 13:59:35 by clammyc]: I think this link allows you to contact the House reps and this link allows you to contact your Senators.

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