How Do You Solve a Problem Like Iran?

by Mike on February 17, 2006

in Politics

Senator Chafee would play nice with our enemies. I prefer the Laffey approach.

“In this increasingly dangerous world, we are forced to make choices sooner rather than later. Of course, there will always be those who see the best in our worst enemies. There will always be a divide between those who recognize the necessity of being strong and those who favor the indulgence of being weak.”

-Mayor Steven Laffey ( Editorial, February 17, 2006)

Well said Mayor!

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Ryan February 18, 2006 at 10:47 am

Bush could do what Carter refused to do back in 1979. Drop a few well-placed bombs after some heavy satellite servaillance.

Yet, because the international community has been emasculated you’ll need an event to justify the casual “regime change” hit on Amhadinijead (sp?) and his SS/Gustapo out there.

And, yes, to the Libs who embrace the “Nazi” rhetoric: Iran actually does have similarities to the Reich in their stated policy towards the Jews, their breeding of hate in the guise of nationalism, with an oppressive totalitarian state to butress their views (let’s not forget nuclear ambitions to make these things a reality). Whereas your inability to win elections against a man you think is an idiot and a party you think is full of SUV driving racist greedmongers has colored your judgment. How about a little perspective when you call Bush a Nazi while defending Iran’s “right” to have nuclear weapons.


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