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Is the Bush regime planning to attack Iran?

Is the Bush regime planning to attack Iran?

Seymour Hersh seems to think so and he laid out some of the details on CNN’s Late Edition Sunday. Mr. Hersh said his information came from inside sources.

"The goal is to identify and isolate three dozen, and perhaps more, such targets that could be destroyed by precision strikes and short-term commando raids he said in the New Yorker. Hersh was first to break with the details of the abuses of prisoners Abu Ghraib

He says the Bush regime views the election as a mandate to continue an aggressive war on terrorism despite the realities of the war in Iraq .
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In the fantasy world, Mr. Bush lives in it may be possible for him to carry out an attack on another Moslem nation with backing of his core constituency but it just might be time for them to change his medicine. Even though Iran may be guilty of nuclear aspirations his credibility with the world at large and most in this nation is suspect at the least. Therefore, the best thing he can do with Iran is to maybe get his boy Tony to help offer them economic incentives or try to instigate a coup

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