Thursday, December 06, 2007

The NIE - All is not what it seems

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During the Cold war, there was no news of the National Intelligence Estimate [NIE]. Nothing in the Post Cold War era. Now that the NIE posits a theory that works against President Bush, the usual suspects are happy. (Yet, why do the Democrats choose to align themselves with President Ahmadinajad rather than President Bush?)

Even though the writers of the document are biased against the President; Even though there were no Diplomatic councils in 2003 between US and Iran; Even though there is reason to suspect that President Ahmadinijad still wants to destroy Israel (like Hitler, he announced his plans), if it is Anti-Bush, the Democrats support it?

As I've mentioned earlier in this Blog, Israel will not be supported by Democrats and the CIA is working against the current Administration. If, according to the NIE, Iran supposedly stopped it's Nuclear Program in 2003, with no Diplomatic meeting from the US, what happened in 2003? It stopped around the same time Libya gave up it's weapons. What did the Democrats do in 2003 that caused Peace? Hint: Democrats did nothing and it required Stick (TR's: Carry a big Stick) diplomacy.

So I ask: Are the Democrats willing to stick with President Ahmadinijad or stand with Israel?


  1. Oh JSF, such bombast! I like you too much to honestly comment on this one.

  2. JSF, you're spot on with this. Israeli intelligence has produced completely different intelligence on Iran and for them it's life and death. Israel's intelligence is always spot on. Remember the strike on Syria a month or two back? Brilliant, swift and out of the blue. To think that Ahmi would, for one moment, pull back on his anti-Israel nuke-multiplying activities is the height of naivety.

  3. Is it just me, or do any of you think that perhaps Israel could just maybe take care of their own damn problem? Last I checked, we're a tad overextended fighting that pesky little civil war that we accidentally started in Iraq. Israel is a little country with a big badass army that can do the job just fine.

  4. Jason,

    What bothered me wasen't that the Democrats cheered the NIE; But that President Ahmadinijad also cheered and the Democrats say nothing.

    And whatever happened to the Democrats ideal (as promoted by JFK):

    "Let every nation know, whether it wishes us well or ill, that we shall pay any price, bear any burden, meet any hardship, support any friend, oppose any foe, in order to assure the survival and the success of liberty."

    Does Iran stand for liberty? Is Israel an ally?

  5. JSF, you're oversimplifying very complex issues and then offering a 40 year old quote. I'll sit this dance out. But I still voted for you over that idiotic Romney blog :)

  6. Motek, what bothers me about this is the lost opportunities with Iran. The Iranian people want reform and they love Americans, or they did. Who knows what will happen with the way our foreign policy has been conducted.


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