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The Conservatard War Train’s heading to Iran. It’s Time to speak up and jump off!

September 14, 2006

Most people know that Bush Co. has been pushing for a war with Iraq or Syria for the last year or so. They have been saying that the sky will be falling if the Iraqi’s are able to develop a nuclear weapons program. The fact that at best it would take 5 to 10 years for a viable program to develop in Iran seems to be left out of most arguments.Next Stop, Iran!

The war mongering has really been heating up recently from the Bushtards. In a recent report from The House Permanent Select Committee on IntelligenceSubcommittee on Intelligence Policy, August 23, 2006 titledRecognizing Iran as a Strategic Threat: an Intelligence Challenge for the United States”. The report seems to be designed to evoke a new sense of “Fear” in the American people. Just the summary statement would scare most people into invading Iran. That is if you don’t know any better.


Threats against the United States and Israel by Iranian President Ahmadinejad – coupled with advances in the Iranian nuclear weapons program, support for terror, and resistance to international negotiations on its nuclear program – demonstrate that Iran is a security threat to our nation that requires high caliber intelligence support. The seriousness of the Iranian threat has been amplified by the recent rocket attacks against Israel by the Iranian-backed Lebanese terrorist group Hezbollah, which, according to press accounts, has received as many as 10,000 rockets from Iran.

Summary statement:

“Recognizing Iran as a Strategic Threat: An Intelligence Challenge for the United States”. August 23, 2006

Thankfully the rest of the world doesn’t seem to always fall in step with the Bushtards like the American media does. Today U.N. inspectors are calling a spade a spade. In a Washington Post article today entitled U.N. Inspectors Dispute Iran Report by House Panel, basically claims that the House report as a bunch of hogwash.


The IAEA openly clashed with the Bush administration on pre-war assessments of weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. Relations all but collapsed when the agency revealed that the White House had based some allegations about an Iraqi nuclear program on forged documents.

After no such weapons were found in Iraq, the IAEA came under additional criticism for taking a cautious approach on Iran, which the White House says is trying to build nuclear weapons in secret. At one point, the administration orchestrated a campaign to remove the IAEA’s director general, Mohamed ElBaradei. It failed, and he won the Nobel Peace Prize last year.

…. Among the committee’s assertions is that Iran is producing weapons-grade uranium at its facility in the town of Natanz. The IAEA called that “incorrect,” noting that weapons-grade uranium is enriched to a level of 90 percent or more. Iran has enriched uranium to 3.5 percent under IAEA monitoring.

Dafna Linzer
Washington Post Staff Writer
Thursday, September 14, 2006; A17


Societies in general prosper living in peace than in a state of war and unrest. If you still believe in the original concept of America, what the founding fathers envisioned for this new word. If you still believe in the concepts of equality, justice, freedom of speech and representation, then now is the time to act.

Act by speaking the truth when you hear lies. Act by promoting peace by word and action. Act by jumping off this runaway “War Train” that the conservatards have placed America on. Get out this November and vote these Conservatard lunatics out of office. Vote them out before they drive America and the rest of the world into deepest gorge of violence and suffering anyone has seen since World War II.

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  1. September 14, 2006 4:52 pm

    The democrats are complicit in the mess the US is in for nominating a eunuch like John Kerry. Will they present the American people a viable alternative in 2008? If they don’t, they’ll lose again? We’ll all lose.

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