Iran and North Korea Different From Iraq
In a story regarding Pakistan's assistance to Iran with Nuclear technology, the New York Times relates the following
from an interview with President Bush:
In an interview last week with The New York Times, President Bush suggested that he would be patient, and would pursue diplomatic means to halt any Iranian weapons program. "We'll continue pressing diplomatically,'' Mr. Bush said.
He said the cases of Iran and North Korea were different from that of Iraq. "Diplomacy failed for 11 years in Iraq,'' he said. "And this new diplomatic effort is barely a year ago.''
Looks like we still have another ten years(!!!) to go before we'll take the threat of nuclear destruction seriously. Bravo, Mr. President. You've really shown us how much more "decisive" you are than Sen. Kerry!
POSTED BY THE GENERAL AT 10:50 AM