Saturday, July 28, 2007

Holding Hostages

Mark Steyn wants Iranian regime to be stopped:

    "In America, public opinion is in no mood for war with Iran. In Washington, Congress is focused on finding the most politically advantageous way to lose in Iraq. In Europe, they've already psychologically accepted the Iranian nuclear umbrella. In the western world, where talks are not the means to the end but an end in themselves, we find it hard despite the evidence of 30 years to accept that Iran talks the talk and walks the walk. Once it goes nuclear, do you think there will be fewer fatwas on writers, stoning of homosexuals, kidnappings in international waters, forced confessions of American hostages, and bankrolling of terror groups worldwide? These latest hostages are part of a decades-old pattern of behavior. The longer it goes without being stopped, the worse it will be."

Imagine a nuclear armed Iran blackmailing the world over some funny cartoons or controversial books. Does any one want a rogue regime armed with WMDs be able to hold the entire world hostage?

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