Read My Lips: Probably definitely not… until later, maybe

According to the American Emperor President, a suspension of disbelief is required to think an attack on Iran is plausible. Such thoughts are nothing more than “wild speculation,” says the Tyrannical Texan, according to the AP.

Although it was logical, legal and necessary to invade Iraq for that country’s crime of not possessing various WMDs, and a nearly-complete nuclear arsenal, the thought that the hawkish despots helming this government would attack a country that has brazenly admitted to a nuclear program is naught but folly.

Indeed, how could anyone reach so far as to think this Administration capable of erring on the side of war?

“I know we’re here in Washington (where) prevention means force,” Bush said during an appearance at the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins University. “It doesn’t mean force necessarily. In this case it means diplomacy.”

You just can’t script deeper bullshit than that which spews from this megalomaniac’s pie-hole.

Artus Register

A self-described "objectivist-leaning libertarian deist," Artus Register became a full fledged libertarian after the 2000 elections. An unapologetic freedom-lover, enemy of the state, trouble maker, and permanent subscriber to the "ain't a dime's worth of difference" ideology, Register enjoys few things more than illustrating the hypocrisy of the so-called "left" and "right." When not bellowing from his cyber soapbox, he enjoys Cuban tobacco, good whiskey, and better debate. He lives with his wife in the American southeast where he works as a privacy consultant. You can contact him, if you must, at minarchist[at]

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