Tuesday, September 19, 2006

More steps taken towards the next illegal war

Not a surprise at all. With each day it looks like Bush and his fellow war criminal lunatics are moving closer to the next stupid war of aggression. Of course the corporate media, as they did with Iraq, is going along for the ride. No sir, no need to question anything, just faithfully regurgitate the talking points.

From what I'm reading the war has already started. Not the big bombing phase of it but on the ground preperation. Insanity. Bush and co. are starting another war even as Iraq continues to go from low intensity civil war towards all out civil war. Afghanistan is by no means stable. Where's the money going to come from to support these wars? Oh, and there's this little matter of a military stretched far, far beyond its capacity.

I'm not sure what's more insane, Bush and Co. or his loyal gotta kill the tarrists at all costs supporters. While his supporters and the supporters of war seem to decline in numbers they're still out there and they're scary.... they seem incapable of reason. They want blood and violence, they support torture and war crimes because they're dear leader tells them it is needed to defend America. These folks will believe anything at all as long as dear leader tells them it is so. It's not just scary, it's sad.

A few articles of note, both from the Booman Tribune:

Iran: "The plan has gone to the White House"

According to retired USAF Colonel Sam Gardiner, as interviewed by Wolf Blitzer on CNN yesterday, Bush has received from the Pentagon its plan to attack Iran. Read the transcript (courtesy Think progress)

US Navy Told to Prepare to Blockade Iran

It's looking more and more as if Bush's October surprise really will be war with Iran. From the current edition of TIME magazine: The first message was routine enough: a "Prepare to Deploy" order sent through naval communications channels to a submarine, an Aegis-class cruiser, two minesweepers and two mine hunters.…

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