Skip to comments.Once Again Defense Sect. Robert Gates Reveals How Clueless He Is
Posted on 11/08/2010 12:23:54 PM PST by Amerisrael
Clueless Defense Secretary Robert Gates still doesn't get it.
No amount of diplomacy or sanctions will stop Iran's quest for nuclear weapons capability. This is clearly understood in light of Iran's motivation.
Their motivation by a particular Islamic ideology that wants to see the return of the 12th Imam. Or the "Hidden Mahdi" as he is also described. "Hidden" because he is alledged to be hiding down in a well in Iran.
Young Iranians are always looking down inside of the well to see if they can get a glimpse of the Mahdi!
In response to Netanyahu's warning that only a real credible threat of a military option could have any deterance to Iran's quest for nuclear weapons, Gates has responded just the opposite.
The man is utterly clueless!
Last year Gates said the only way to stop Iran's nuke program was to threaten them, not with a credible military option, but with a military build-up of other Islamist countries-
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Zer0 is the twelfth Imam.
I say we send in a cruise missile/BunkerBuster to shed some light into the well secrets.
Let’s rock and roll. Then we’ll have three wars and we’re still going to cut taxes. Who’s better then us.
Iran is already making war against the U.S. through its Hizbullah and Revolutionary Guard proxys.
Iranian RG and agents have been captured in Iraq helping insurgents with IED’s.
The war is coming. It is just a matter of whether it will be with Iran “before” they get nuclear.
Do you favor tax cuts?
Doesn’t Mr. Gates have enough US soldiers to murder at Fort Hood with Religion of Pieces political correctness? Does he need to esaclate his ongoing war on our troops?
He’s just a mouthpiece for B0.
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