Friday, March 2, 2007

We know nothing

New doubts are arising about the accuracy of U.S. intelligence on the nuclear programs in North Korea and Iran, only a few years after faulty warnings about weapons of mass destruction helped President Bush justify the invasion of Iraq....

But the Western standoff with Iran remains tense. The Bush administration says it won't rule out an attack if Tehran refuses to end its nuclear enrichment program.

However, in both cases, U.S. intelligence is backing away from at least some of its once-strident pronouncements raising the tension level with Pyongyang and Tehran — along with Saddam Hussein's Iraq, members of Bush's "axis of evil."

Warmongering bluster is not the way to solve the world's problems. The Bush Administration's foreign policy strategies could have been designed by six year-olds. Stupid six year-olds...

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