Friday, February 04, 2005

New Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice was in London the other day and said a U.S. attack on Iran "is simply not on the agenda at this point." She did say, "I don't think anybody thinks that the unelected mullahs who run that regime are a good thing for the Iranian people and for the region."

Boy! That sounds familiar.

I remember that during the whole run up to the Iraq War, President Bush kept saying, "We're not planning on invading Iraq," and then reminding us that Saddam Hussein was not elected by the Iraqi people, and that he has WMDs.

Of course, meanwhile, the unelected dictator of North Korea was saying that he had WMDs. They were aimed at us. An they'd kill us if we invaded. The President said, "We're not planning to invade North Korea." And so far we haven't.

I guess the President has almost decided the war in Iraq is over, and it's time to head on into Iran and pay them back for that hostage crisis back in the 70s.

I guess that since we've won in Afghanistan (even without capturing Osama), and won in Iraq, we're gonna lick Iran, then go after North Korea.

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