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From: Tom ZeCat (
Subject:         What he didn't say was ...
Date: September 13, 2007 at 12:13 pm PST

In Reply to: He said we can't afford to let that oil fall into the hands of unfriendly countries. posted by Jack in OH on September 13, 2007 at 5:01 am:

... that the power vacuum that will be created when we leave is our own fault for invading that country. There's one thing that Bush is right about. Iran is our enemy. It has been for years, ever since the Islamic fanatics took the country's government over in 1979 and took our people hostage. I know the far left blames us for that for our support of the Shah. However, that BS logic doesn't cut it. If they were upset about our support of the Shah, they had every right to demand that we close our embassy there and kick us out of the country, but they didn't have the right to to take 66 innocent people hostage (and hold 52 of those hostage for 444 days). Maybe we were wrong to support the Shah, but that didn't make them right to hold people hostage.

In any event, regardless of how things have gone down in the past, Iran is certainly not our friend today. And Bush has created an opportunity for them to increase their power by grabbing all of Iraq's oil. Thanks a lot, Bush. That's really helped Americans to be safer.

Note: My realistic assessment of Iran's enmity toward the United States is not and endorsement of invading that country.

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