Monday, July 30, 2007

Saudi Arabia, Iran and Woodrow Wilson's Ghost

"During a high-level meeting in Riyadh in January, Saudi officials confronted a top American envoy with documents that seemed to suggest Iraq's prime minister could not be trusted. ... Now, Bush Adminstration officials are voicing increasing anger at what they say has been Saudi Arabia's counterproductive role in the Iraq war. They say that beyond regarding al-Maliki as an Iranian agent, the Saudis have offered financial support to Sunni groups in Iraq", Houston Chronicle, 29 July.

Are Bush and Rice this stupid? The avaliable evidence indicates al-Maliki is an Iranian agent. These are the end times. The lion will lie down with the lamb. I agree with the Saudis. What should the Saudis do when faced with an Iranian takeover of Iraq if not support the Sunni terrorist groups which might prevent it? The Saudis are fighting our fight for us in opposing Iran and our geniuses at State and in the White House can't see it. The ghost of Woodrow Wilson haunts Bush.

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