United Press International - News. Analysis. Insight. - International Intelligence: "At a farewell reception at Blair House for the retiring chief of protocol, Don Ensenat, who was President Bush's Yale roommate, the president shook hands with Washington Life Magazine's Soroush Shehabi. 'I'm the grandson of one of the late Shah's ministers,' said Soroush, 'and I simply want to say one U.S. bomb on Iran and the regime we all despise will remain in power for another 20 or 30 years and 70 million Iranians will become radicalized.'
'I know,' President Bush answered.
'But does Vice President Cheney know?' asked Soroush.
President Bush chuckled and walked away."
I keep wondering what the end game is here. Do these people think that subduing Iran will be any easier than subduing Iraq? This is not some sanction-weakened regime here. This is a trained and supplied force. I wish someone could give me a good reason to even consider more military action instead of less. It is one thing to ignore history, but to ignore even current military action is really irrational.