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    Timetable for Iran

    So, ex-weapons inspector Scott Ritter says that he's heard from an administration insider that bombing of Iran is timetabled for June 2005, and that he heard this in October 2004.

    I guess we'll just have to wait and see.
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    Gotta love those fuel-air explosives. They're big, really big.

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    I would think that they would wait until the weather cools down in the fall.
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    Excuse me if I'm politically na´ve . . . .

    . . . this is all about democracy, isn't it?

    I've heard about democracy. That's where 59 mio people tell 6'000 mio people what to do and drop bombs on them if they don't.

    Or have they changed the rules again?

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    Excuse me if I'm politically na´ve . . . .

    . . . this is all about democracy, isn't it?

    I've heard about democracy. That's where 59 mio people tell 6'000 mio people what to do and drop bombs on them if they don't.
    Or have they changed the rules again?


    Well DaPi, if you are speaking generically, no, they haven't changed the rules. I feel it should be mentioned that the 59 mio should read "59 mio WASPs". This way it is absolutely clear. I think we can all agree that it is the WASPs stirring the pot, has been for some time really.
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    I was thinking of the 59 mio who voted for you-know-who.

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    and now that Russia has been warned about adhering to democratic principles, has anyone heard where and when in the timetable that the bombing of Moscow begins? I'd imagine summer 2006, as it gets terribly cold in the winter.

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    Originally posted by JMac
    and now that Russia has been warned about adhering to democratic principles, has anyone heard where and when in the timetable that the bombing of Moscow begins? I'd imagine summer 2006, as it gets terribly cold in the winter.
    I think you misunderstand the nature of the arrangement -- it goes like this. Russia looks strong on terrorism and supports bombing the middle east, and America doesn't try do anything about the decline in democratic standards in Russia. Wtf does the Bush administration care about democracy in Russia?
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    Hey, newsflash:- "Shock Discovery: Iranians Not Stupid"

    http://www.iht.com/bin/print_ipub.ph...news/iran.html
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    Originally posted by slimdave
    Hey, newsflash:- "Shock Discovery: Iranians Not Stupid"

    http://www.iht.com/bin/print_ipub.ph...news/iran.html
    If we can't bomb them then let Isreal do it for us. While their "nukular" program will be well protected, I would imagine that we could repeatedly bomb the same spots and eventually get results.

    Last year Israel said it was buying about 5,000 smart bombs from Washington, including 500 1-ton bunker busters capable of destroying concrete walls as thick as two meters, or six feet, fueling speculation of possible preparation for an attack on Iran's nuclear facilities.
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