Comments: Iranian Rockets Captured by Israel Identical to Rockets Fired At U.S. Bases in Iraq

I remember when Jack Cafferty on CNN said that he sees no problem with this.

Posted by brando at November 9, 2009 03:48 PM

Seems to me that we did the same thing when the USSR had their Afghani misadventure. Soviets couldn't do anything about it then and I'm not sure there's much that we can do now, even if we did have something more substantial than the current Pretender-in-Chief in the Oval Office. Certainly the Iranians have shown little fear of us and next to none for D'Ohbama...

Posted by Diogenes Online at November 9, 2009 04:01 PM

CY - What an incredible coincidence!

Posted by daleyrocks at November 9, 2009 06:22 PM

If I were in charge, I would send boomer to that part of the world, Let the Iranians know it was there and then give them an ultimatum. Desist or ceast to exist.

Posted by Zelsdorf Ragshaft III at November 9, 2009 06:25 PM

I know we dont like it when they are aimed at us. Fact is Iran has just joined the arms game. US, China, Russia, France, Iran and others make weapons for export. There has been times when our soldiers were being shot at with US made arms.

Posted by capt26thga at November 9, 2009 07:42 PM

The point is, whether it is Iranian Shia or Al Queda Sunni or Syrian Baathists or Palestinian anti-zionists or Paki talibanophiles... all these distinctions give way to their common aim to wage what we may properly call Jihad. Sure, if they didn't have us or the Brits around to shoot at they would turn on each other; each claiming the next to be kaffir, they WILL work in common cause to blow up american GIs or civilians. The Lockerbie bomber is as much a hero to our domestic jihadists as he is to Bashar Assad, the Saddam-style secularist. This is the Unified Field Theory of Jihad and is what Bush Meant To Say when he coined the less inflammatory and less accurate GWOT.

Posted by megapotamus at November 10, 2009 06:00 AM