Friday, January 26, 2007

Bush denies preparing attack against Iran

Of course he's not preparing an attack against Iran. He seems to like the heading in without a plan or strategy tactic to warfare.

George W. Bush on Friday sought to deny widespread rumours his administration was preparing some kind of military action against Iran. Mr Bush confirmed a report in Friday’s Washington Post that he had authorised US troops to shoot and kill Iranian operatives in Iraq, but denied this was a prelude to stronger action.

We're not taking military action against Iran, we just said it was okay for US troops to shoot Iranians. Wait a second...

“We believe we can solve our problems with Iran diplomatically,” said the US president.

And by shooting them.

“It makes sense that if somebody is trying to harm our troops, or stop us from achieving our goal, or killing innocent citizens in Iraq, that we will stop them.”

Harming our troops, not achieving our goal, killing innocent civilians in Iraq? This sure sounds a lot like the Bush administation doesn't it?


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