"And though tyranny, because it needs no consent, may successfully rule over foreign peoples, it can stay in power only if it destroys first of all the national institutions of its own people."

Sunday, October 28, 2007

Faux News Panel on Sunday Offers Up More Neocon Rhetoric on Iran

Mainstream media puppet boy Brit Hume and insane neocon Zionist Bill Kristol were on Fox News late this morning spilling more filth about Iran, this time aiming for the anti-war [with Iran] Democrats that they say refuse to threaten Iran with brutal military action, calling them weak. They talked up the new sanctions on Iran, and claim the Bush administration doesn't have to disclose what the extra $80+ billion funds for bunker-busting bombs is for, stating "there might be others we want to bomb."

Doesn’t it make sense that you want Iran to believe that if you keep this up, they might be the subject of a devastating military strike of the kind that only the United States of America can mount. I would think so. And it seems to me when you have Democrats running around, wringing their hands about alleged saber rattling that it makes them look terribly weak, and in the end if you’re the head of Iran, you think, “well, we want those people in charge.”

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