Somehow I don't believe Iran, do you? :)
Call me an old cynic, I guess..
posted on 07/18/2004 10:23:32 PM PDT
To: agrace; lightingguy; EggsAckley; dinasour; AngloSaxon; Dont Mention the War; KangarooJacqui; ...
posted on 07/18/2004 10:23:55 PM PDT
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To: MadIvan; All
YEAHHH I believe Iran deniel SURE IVAN SUREE
NOTTT SHUT UP Iran you guys so busted it known fact that you play footsy with Al Quada that a fact
Brit MI-5 busted your a**
posted on 07/18/2004 10:26:07 PM PDT
("Not everybody , in it, for truth, justice, and the American way,"=Det Lennie Briscoe)
"IRAN admitted yesterday that some al-Qaeda operatives behind the 11 September attacks may have passed through the country from Afghanistan - but..."
Laura Ingrahm's But-Monkey returns.
posted on 07/18/2004 10:31:52 PM PDT
(Government does not solve problems; it subsidizes them. ~~Ronald Reagan)
When the regime finally comes to Iran, and the real news and reality gets out about the last twenty years, it will be very embarrassing for liberal politicians around the world.
Also, the world will know what so many of us know. The Queen Bee Hive of Islamoterrorism is located in Iran and has been for about two decades.
posted on 07/18/2004 10:56:46 PM PDT
by Grampa Dave
(Teresa Heinz Kerry: 'I have to say that John Edwards is very beautiful'...)
Sure sounds like the Iranian government is quick to deny that which they haven't been accused of.
Recent reports that America will support overthrow of the mullah dictatorship, prospects for Iraq working out reasonably well (considering the degree of difficulty), the ongoing unrest of the Iranian population---
Factors which surely have the Iranian elite on edge, to say the least.
If Bush gets re-elected, two years from now could see a modern, moderate and popular government in Iran.
Hopefully we can warn the French, Germans and Russians to keep hands off.
To: MadIvan; Allegra; Eagle Eye; CheneyChick; LFOD; Q6-God; Paratroop; JeffreyH; freekitty
Thanks for posting this, we'll never see it in a US Newspaper Frontpage.
Without passing judgement on Iran's complicity or the lack of it, I have to say that aspersions based on "transiting" a country lacks a certain degree of gravitas.
After all, the very same terrorist gang responsible for 9-11 had "transited" the United States not once, but several times.
posted on 07/18/2004 11:25:46 PM PDT
by John Valentine
("The difference between stupidity and genius is that genius has its limits." - Albert Einstein)
posted on 07/19/2004 12:48:27 AM PDT
(Le gách dea ghuí)
I still find it hard to believe the Iran - Al Quaeda link, largely based on the visceral hatred that the Wahabi reserve for Shias. Ramzi Yousef, the Al Quaeda connected perpetrator of the WTC bombing in the 90s was also responsible for the bombing of Shia mosques inside Iran.
The issue of transiting is a bit of a red herring - hundreds of miles of trackless mountains. There are regular gun battles between Iranian border guards and heroin smugglers coming out of Afghanistan. After all illegals and drug smugglers can move over the comparatively built up US - Mexico border.
posted on 07/19/2004 1:16:44 AM PDT
Iran dismisses US claims it gave al-Qaeda safe haven
They also said, "the check's in the mail, hey, you're beautiful, don't change a thing you know what I mean?"
Call me an old cynic, I guess...
You're about my age, so don't be slinging "old" around for at least another 20 years, or I'll have to take corrective action. ;-)
Seriously though, I saw myself on TV today (long story, will ping you to the after-action report) and thought, "who's the guy with all the white in his beard?"
posted on 07/19/2004 6:11:44 PM PDT
by Mr. Silverback
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