U.S. President George W. Bush: Warmonger & global lunatic says Iran still a threat despite NIE report saying program scrapped in 2003
The Toronto Star is reporting that U.S. President George W. Bush “told a press conference today that there was no change in American foreign policy even after a
“The National Intelligence Estimate (NIE) said
In Iran still threat to peace, says Bush (Toronto Star, Dec. 4, 2007) Bush said “What’s to say they couldn’t start another covert nuclear weapons program?’’
Perhaps Bush should take a look in the mirror to see who the real danger and threat to peace in the world is today.
In Bush Is in Denial on
The article goes on to say:
Bush must have taken a course – “Turning Defeat Into Victory” – at Yale or theThe Nation said today that the NIE report “is undoubtedly terrible news for the Bush Administration, contradicting nearly everything Bush-Cheney and their neocon supporters have told us about the threat from the Iranian regime.”
. Rather than admit that the Bush inner circle had erroneously tried to frighten citizens over Harvard Business School 's nuclear program, the president said nothing had really changed. Iran
He even had the temerity, at his press conference, to warn Congress about a “gap in intelligence” if it did not renew authority for the National Intelligence Estimate by next February. The gaps in intelligence have already been demonstrated with the fiasco in
Bush was dancing all around the Iranian issue to try to avoid any blame for scaring the nation about a potential World War III as recently as October. The president, Vice President Cheney, and Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice have repeatedly been warning about
’s ability to make a nuclear weapon. Iran
Stephen Hadley, the national security adviser, compounded Bush's problems the day before with rope-a-dope moves that Muhammad Ali would admire. Hadley's message: Admit nothing.
There is no doubt
is led by a tinhorn dictator with some crazy ideas about the past and present. Iran
But he does not have a nuclear program and hasn't had one for four years.
The IAEA never concluded
“The Estimate tallies with the Agency’s consistent statements over the last few years that, although