- Highly rated air defense, assuming a no-fly zone
- Who would we be helping? Not secular Muslims
- Risk of greater damage, assuming chemical weapon use is real
Yes, let’s be like them.
Sen. Jim DeMint (R-SC)
“Critics such as Mr. DeMint argue that the U.S. is subjecting its sovereignty to an international body and said the pact would require U.S. businesses to pay royalties for resource exploitation, as well as subject the U.S. to unwieldy environmental regulations as defined in the treaty.”
Once again, those in the media claim to not know the murderer’s motive.
The crux of the story is that Iran is threatening us, and not just our interests abroad but on our own soil. Scary, right?
It is, but the story is deeper than the the Washington Post (or Washington Compost, as the Great One Mark Levin calls them) will have you know.
Be clear that almost the entirety of the mainstream media — networks and papers, and their respective Web sites — are full on in support of reelecting Barack Obama. Take a few words from our various enemies who continuously vow to destroy us and our allies, make them bigger and more pronounced than at any previous time, and you have a new story intended to scare Americans into thinking that “changing horses” — i.e. electing a new president — is not in our best interest in the middle of a crisis. The mainstream media uses this as a tactic to help Obama, and they think you’re too stupid to realize what they’re doing.
Despite their deep differences, the American people are known for rallying behind an administration and Congress when we’re attacked. Case in point: The tragedy of 9/11/01 caused George Bush and then Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle to hug. Hug. This is a good thing if sincere, but don’t be mislead.
Iran is a problem, and it needs to be resolved. Changing horses, in this case going from an ass to a elephant, is not only okay, it’s required for our survival.
Nice uniforms. You look like Girl Scouts from Oz.
The king who screams “Cook! Where’s my hassenpfeffer?!!” from Bugs Bunny.
They are never in the same room. . .
“Berlusconi now has seven days to repair that machine. If he cannot muster an additional eight votes by Nov. 15, his government will fall in a scheduled confidence vote. That would push Italy into an election at a time when markets are waking up to the fact that it is not Ireland or Spain or even Greece that is the biggest threat to the eurozone. It is Italy.”