This my friends are the rantings of an insane person. What sane person would want to see that happen?
You didn't pick up on the sarcasm in my post? So no, I wouldn't want to see it happen. But there sure as hell many members on these forums who would like America to invade Iran without reason, and hence getting that result.
Hmmm...so Russophile wants to see American soldiers die. Nice. Truly glad you're so in favor of peace and the fundamental rights of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.
So you want to see Iranian soldiers die do you?
Unlike others, I don't want a war created out of nothing which will only lead to Iranian and American deathes, BUT, if America was to invade Iran without just cause (for which this would be the case), then I would hope the Iranians repel any such invasion to the best of their ability. If that results in tens of thousands of dead American soldiers, then so be it. Thankfully, America would likely go in there alone, as Iran is not an international pariah in the view of the greater part of the world, so troops from countries from previous American invasions would likely be absent.
The NY Sun IS a credible source...I don't know what makes you say otherwise CPH-R.
The NY Sun is a conservative paper right?
From the article:
Since February 2003, Rep. Curt Weldon of Pennsylvania has held a series of secret meetings in Paris with a former high-ranking official in the Shah's government who has correctly predicted........................
Is this in the same way that the US used as their evidence to justify an invasion of Iraq, information from opposition leaders from the Iraqi National Congress, most noteably, Ahmed Chalabi. How disgraced is Chalabi, and the US, now because of this 'information'?
In Washington, the new book from Mr. Weldon, based in part on his meetings with Ali, will provide fresh ammunition for the Republicans against an intelligence community perceived by the White House as hostile to the president's policies.
A book? Hmmmm.........hope he sells lots of copies.
Whilst the paper may be (or not be) a credible source, the actual source of the information needs to be taken with a grain of salt.