Thursday, July 10, 2008
Negotiating with Iran
Funny how the Democrats have complained for years about Bush's unilateralism. Now he's taking a multi-national approach to dealing with Iran and they're bitching because he's not dealing with them directly. They'll hate him no matter what.
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mr Bush attempting to be a lame duck president in his last months. ALL of a sudden is going to "talk"
why don't you blog on the fact that he won't take military action off the table is causing our gas prices to be sky high....
I can't think of any situation where you'd want to take military action off the table from the get go. That would be profoundly naive and stupid. If you did that you'd be Jimmy Carter.
Mike: This is where I vehemently disagree. Russia, China and today India state that if Israel and US attack Iran, they will stand with Iran! There is a ratcheting up of hype by Bush, while giving the green light to Ohlmert to attack. Iran is not Iraq. Check the IAEA report, Iran is abiding by their agreements not to go for nuclear weapons, only nuclear power!
Even the most courageous Jt. Chief wants Bush to cut the attack talk, which is driving up the price of oil. All this talk of attack keeps the markets squeamish. We need to negiotate with Iran, who by the way have not attacked any country in over 200 years.
They refused the Kissinger Oil Deal back in the 70's, to sell their oil to the middle men on Wall Street/London. Iraq did too.
check: Lindsey Williams a pastor who sat in on the dirty deal. The reason oil prices are so high is, the Kissinger Plan was to stop building refineries, and they actually cut the number of refineries in america by over 100...This was all part of a plan to make Americans pay big bucks at the pump, the majority of that money going to speculators on wall street. As T. Boone Pickens says, (an ole oil man) we cannot drill our way out of this. He is pushing wind, solar! He has a plan, if the oil men in the White House will listen. Bombing Iran or attacking them in any way, will drive oil to over $200 a barrel, and $10.00 a gal to us. None of us can take that.
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