All of this is with zero real evidence from George W. Bush or anyone else that Iran is involved in making nuclear weapons or sponsoring terrorism.
Again, Iran has the same legal standing as the U.S. and Israel to make and own nuclear weapons. None of those nations ought to make or own any nuclear weapons, but Iran has done nothing that merits attacking Iran.
It's as if there are three neighbors. The two that are armed to the teeth say to the third, even though I have no evidence, I'm going to bomb your house with you in it as I tell the rest of the world that you're trying to get one of the types of weapons that we have in the thousands. It's asinine.
Also, one person's terrorist is another person's freedom fighter (resistance). Iran has the same standing to support freedom fighters in Iraq, Lebanon, and Gaza as the U.S. claims that right elsewhere in the world. The U.S. and Iran shouldn't be involved in supporting fighting anywhere, of course.
George W. Bush is being what he's been during his entire time as Supreme Court illegally appointed president, asinine.
George W. Bush, prove you aren't building a private nuclear weapon. Prove you haven't given money (cash) to a terrorist organization. Under your twisted logic, the world should sanction you for those things right now just because they want to expand their empire over yours. The only reason they don't do it is because they are in cahoots with you in empire building: Global Plutocracy.
You're the dark prince of this worldly world, George W. Bush. You're getting your reward in the here and now. You're a man of war with an ocean of innocent blood on your hands.
By Ladane Nasseri
"It's Bush's dream to harm Iran's nation," Ahmadinejad said today during a televised speech in the western Iranian city of Shahre Kord. "You thought you would be able to do something but your term came to an end and you will not be capable of harming even 1 centimeter of Iran's sacred land."
...The U.S. has accused Iran of seeking to build an atomic weapon, while Ahmadinejad's government says the work is designed to fuel power stations.
"You think that you can force the Iranian nation to back down from its legitimate rights through threats and pressures," Iran's state-run Islamic Republic News Agency cited Ahmadinejad as saying today in another speech, in the western town of Sefid Dasht. He added, "The Iranian nation will not retreat even 1 inch."
Bush, who has seven months remaining in office, won backing yesterday from the European Union for tighter sanctions against Iranian banks, another step aimed at hampering Iran's ability to build nuclear weapons. European Commission President Jose Barroso, meeting with Bush in Slovenia, agreed to take "additional measures" to ensure that Iranian banks cannot abuse the international banking system to support "proliferation and terrorism."
EU and U.S. leaders talked about freezing Iranian bank assets, though the measures must be agreed on by foreign ministers of the 27-nation bloc, according to EU External Relations Commissioner Benita Ferrero-Waldner, who was at the Slovenia meeting.
Israeli Transportation Minister Shaul Mofaz, who said in an interview published by the Yediot Ahronot newspaper that Israel will have to attack if Iran continues with its nuclear-development program.
The comments by Mofaz, a possible contender for the post of prime minister, were denounced as "foolish" by Najjar.