Monday, February 12, 2007

"(AP) U.S. Says Iran Leadership Arming Iraqis"

The case for war is moving forward and this is a good thing as Iran is a terrorist supporting nation led by a regime that denies the holocaust and seems bent on nuclear weapons. They are supplying bombs to attack our troops, and directly responsible for more than 170 of their deaths. "The presentation was the result of weeks of preparation and revisions as U.S. officials put together a package of material to support the Bush administration's claims of Iranian intercession on behalf of militant Iraqis fighting American forces."... "Three senior military officials who explained the display said the "machining process" used in the construction of the deadly bombs had been traced to Iran."

http://www.wkrn.com/nashville/news/ap-us-says-iran-leadership-arming-iraqis/77036.htm

The article goes on: "

The experts, who spoke to a large gathering of reporters on condition that they not be further identified, said the supply trail began with Iran's Revolutionary Guards Quds Force, which also is accused of arming the Hezbollah guerrilla army in Lebanon. The officials said the EFP weapon was first tested there.

The officials said the Revolutionary Guard and its Quds force report directly to Iran's supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.

The briefing on Iran was revised heavily after officials decided it was not ready for release as planned last month.

Senior U.S. officials in Washington _ cautious after the drubbing the administration took for the faulty intelligence leading to the 2003 Iraq invasion _ had held back because they were unhappy with the original presentation."

President Bush still says he is not planning to attack Iran. He has the authority to do this but congress will make it difficult unless a good case is compiled and even then it will be difficult. Pre-emption may not be popular but it must be done if we are going to stop the terrorists after they strike us again on the US soil. The nations that support terrorists must be coerced to participate however the battle is again more than nations, the ideological war is going to be a long war.

Talks with the President of Iran seem to be fruitless and a stall tactic. Once they get Nuclear weapons we we will have more problems. Don't you think they will make it possible to deliver nuclear weapons to be delivered by terrorists!?

Please support our president and our military in our war on terror.


2 comments:

Resilient Hawk said...

I was wondering today how the upcoming arrival of Prince Harry will impact the case for and against war in Iraq.

I expect he'll be a pawn, and, as he volunteered -- specifically asking to go to Iraq, he is a willing pawn.

Harry's experience can go two ways, of course. One benefits the pro-war candidates greatly, while the other, then, benefits the antiwar candidates.

Harry & Hillary Sitting in a Tree (not K-I-S-S-I-N-G): Second Lt. Harry, Prince of Wales, Heads to Iraq

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