Thursday, April 10, 2008

"[Iraq] could become a haven for terrorists to train and plan their operations." --"Bomb Iran" McCain (dn2008-0409)

Could become? How old is that speech he's reading? 1933? Are they just changing the proper nouns and dates in the Goerring & Goebbels playbook?

Goerring Goebbels Rove Zelikow: is that the firm now doing our PR?

McCain was the first of the three to speak. In his opening statement, he said that calls for a rapid withdrawal are reckless and irresponsible. As he spoke, he was interrupted by a protester who stood up holding a banner with the words “There is no military solution.”

SEN. JOHN McCAIN: Should the United States instead choose to withdraw from Iraq before adequate security is established, we will exchange for this victory a defeat that is terrible and long-lasting. Al-Qaeda in Iraq would proclaim victory and increase its efforts to provoke sectarian tensions, pushing for a full-scale civil war that could descend into genocide and destabilize the Middle East. Iraq would become a failed state. It could become a haven for terrorists to train and plan their operations. Iranian influence would increase substantially in Iraq and encourage other countries to seek accommodation with Tehran at the expense of our interests.

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