Tuesday, April 18, 2006

Bush Won't Rule Out a Nuclear Strike on Iran

It seems Bush and the White House is thinking about a nuclear strike on Iran. That's all we need--another terrorist nation empowered by their god to retaliate against us "infidels". I sure hope a peaceful resolution occurs before it comes to anything as serious as another war on different soil against a nation who feels they have as much a right to do what we have been doing all along.

U.S. Senator Joe Lieberman, a member of the Senate Armed Services Committee, told Israel's Jerusalem Post the United States probably could not destroy Iran's nuclear program but could attempt to set it back by strikes as a last resort.

"I think the only justifiable use of military power would be an attempt to deter the development of their nuclear program if we felt there was no other way to do it," he said.

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, speaking at an annual military parade, said the army was ready to defend the nation. "[We] will cut off the hands of any aggressors and will make any aggressor regret it," Ahmadinejad declared.

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