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July 18, 2008

Jul 18 08:50

Mofaz repeats his talk of attacking Iran

Transportation Minister Shaul Mofaz, who stands a good chance of becoming prime minister shortly after September's Kadima primary, defended his hawkish statements about a prospective attack on Iran this week in an interview with The Jerusalem Post.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Go ahead! I agree. There is an old saying that the best way to teach a dog not to chase cars is to let him catch one!

Israel should attack Iran and the US should stay out of it. Iran will stomp on Israel until Israel is forced to use those nuclear bombs she still tries to pretend do not exist, then the world will see Israel's true self, crying "We are afraid of Iran's nuclear power station" while in fact sitting on a pile of nuclear weapons of mass destruction.

Go ahead Israel, secure your legacy as the real rogue nation armed with nuclear weapons.

July 17, 2008

Jul 17 18:44

Pre- Pre-Negotiations: Are Iran and the US Already Meeting in Turkey?

With the media and international affairs observers focused on the Bush administration's decision to send a US envoy to international nuclear talks with Iran in Geneva this weekend, this detail in a wire report out of the Turkish capital Ankara today caught my eye. From the AP, guess who's in Turkey today? White House national security advisor Steve Hadley. What's he doing there? Talking about Iran. And who is coming to Turkey tomorrow? Iranian foreign minister Manouchehr Mottaki.

Jul 17 18:04

An untold story of 9/11

Former federal terrorism investigators say a piece of luggage hastily checked in at the Portland, Maine, airport by a World Trade Center hijacker on the morning of Sept. 11 provided the Rosetta stone enabling FBI agents to swiftly unravel the mystery of who carried out the suicide attacks and what motivated them.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

So, the official story is that a terrorist intent on killing himself on his flight bothered to pack a suitcase, and even though he never expected to unpack it and expected it to be incinerated, instead of just throwing some clothes into that suitcase he took the time to load up that suitcase with all kinds of incriminating evidence pointing the finger of blame to Middle East Arab Muslims (i.e. Israel's enemies).
Then, miracle of miracles, this suitcase, which should have vaporized with the rest of the airplane, together with its load of incriminating evidence "somehow" was left OFF the plane, ready to be found by investigators!
And if you believe that one, I have a variable rate mortgage to sell you!

Jul 17 17:55

Rove Named In Plan To Fire Fitzgerald

(CBS) A government witness claims in 2004, Antoin "Tony Rezko" -- then the target of an investigation that would lead to his indictment and trial -- tried to grease the political skids to get his chief tormentor, U.S. Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald fired.

Rezko discussed efforts among high-ranking Republicans, including Karl Rove, to have Chicago's U.S. attorney fired, a federal prosecutor said Wednesday.


Jul 17 17:39

U.S. plans peace talks with Israelis, Palestinians

"U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice plans to host peace talks in Washington with Israeli and Palestinian negotiators on July 30, Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erekat said on Thursday.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Oh yeah, this is gonna go over really well, now that the US has backed off invading Iran!

Jul 17 15:36

Kucinich Says Unidentified Foreign Official Wants to Speak at Impeachment Talks

An unidentified government official of a U.S. ally wants to participate if and when Rep. Dennis J. Kucinich makes his case to impeach President Bush before the House Judiciary Committee, according to the Ohio Democrat.

Jul 17 15:29

Pinochet deputy indicted over Chile 'disappeared'

A Chilean judge on Thursday indicted a deputy of former dictator Augusto Pinochet and two others over the disappearance of five leftists believed murdered and hurled into the ocean from a helicopter.

Jul 17 13:42

The livin' is easy

Summer nights! The fragrant dark descends, the night creatures chitter
and chirrup, and we linger on the porch, a little wine in the glass,
children coming and going, and we inhale the sweetness of life. In
Pasadena, people are lined up outside a bank, hoping to get their money
out before it goes belly-up, and Mr. McCain's friend Mr. Gramm says we
are a nation of whiners complaining about a recession that is only
mental, but we are engulfed in summer and don't notice. We're sitting
on the porch, inhaling the breeze from the trees, and we are American
optimists.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

My usual wise-ass comments go here.


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