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McCain admits he doesn’t know the “nature of the threat” from Iran

Irancove @ July 10, 2008 # 10 Comments

John McCain responds to a question by ABC’s Charlie Gibson on whether Israel would be “justified” in carrying out an attack against Iran in light of its recent missile tests: GIBSON: Would a strike by Israel be justified and what would you say to the Israelis? MCCAIN: I can’t know whether a strike would be […]

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Chatter Regarding Iran in Congress

Irancove @ July 10, 2008 # 8 Comments

Source: Julia Murray/NIAC Washington DC – “[Iran] is not ten feet tall. It often substitutes assertiveness and self-aggrandizing pronouncements for enduring power, promoting the illusion of Iran as a real counterweight to the United States,” said Undersecretary of State for Political Affairs, William Burns at today’s hearings on US foreign policy on Iran at the […]

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Rep. Wexler: Don’t Vote for My Iran Bill

Irancove @ July 10, 2008 # 4 Comments

Rep. Robert Wexler takes a few steps back on the Iran blockade resolution (Res. 362), which he cosponsored. The bill has recently received severe criticism for virtually serving as an act of war against Iran. In his article to the Huffington Post, Rep. Wexler is asking his colleagues not to vote for his own bill […]

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