White House denies Iran attack report

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  1. LadyEagle

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    Full article here:
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    May 20, 2008 11:00 | Updated May 20, 2008 22:25
    White House denies Iran attack report
    The White House on Tuesday flatly denied an Army Radio report that claimed US President George W. Bush intends to attack Iran before the end of his term. It said that while the military option had not been taken off the table, the administration preferred to resolve concerns about Iran's push for a nuclear weapon "through peaceful diplomatic means."
    This one has been around for a while.

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    If this administration ever faces justice, they'll be denying a lot more than that.
     
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    Dream on. There is no justice to face.

    You wish is father to the thought.
     
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    Ah, spoken like a true acolyte......

    If they don't have anything to hide, then why won't Miers or Rove testify before Congress?

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    I think they have something to hide. The counsel to the President is worth concealing for most subjects. But that doesnt make it illegal. Of course this is a witch hunt as a result of the anger and depression after losing in 2000.
     
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    How could you possibly know? That is why there were subpoenas issued. Besides: what do they have to hide?

    Ah, yes - I have heard Rush Limbaugh say something similar. I think Hannity has even offered that up as well, but cannot remember. Come on, Revmitchell: come up with something fresh if you are going to offer contumely.

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    BTW, why are you even bothering to respond to me? Aren't you ignoring my posts?
     
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