1. There could already be a thread on this subject, and if there is, sorry.
2. Please forgive any spelling errors or weird expressions. I'm trying to translate this from a Norwegian text...
In an exclusive interview with NBC's David Gregory in the White house, President Bush made some clear warnings for the Islamic religious regime in Iran.
Bush says he will do anything to protect American interests, and when questioned directly if he would be willing to go to war like in Iraq, the president answered like this:
"Hopefully we won't have to. But if it is necessary in order to protect America, and all else fails, and we have to use force to protect our citizens, then I will."
Earlier this week The New Yorker revealed that American commanding soldiers were already inside Iran on recognition missions to find potential military targets. The Pentagon have not admitted to this and claim the New Yorker are making it up. Still, neither the Pentagon or the white house wish to confirm that such an operation has not
taken place in Iran.
Even though the white house have tried to calm the rumors of a possible invasion of Iran, George Bush answered the following when asked if he believes a military operation could be a reality:
"I hope we can solve this diplomatically, but I won't leave out any possibilities."
The US claim Iran have the technology to develop nuclear weapons. Iran have denied this several times, claiming their nuclear facilities are for power production only.
This seems terribly familiar. Anyone else get that feeling of Deja vu?
"If guns don't kill people, people kill people - does that mean toasters don't toast toast, toast toast toast?"