Wednesday, January 19, 2005
Wednesday January 19th
"To be sure, in our world, there remain outposts of tyranny, and America stands with oppressed people on every continent," she said, naming Cuba, Burma, North Korea, Iran, Belarus and Zimbabwe.On January 29, 2002, President Bush in his State of the Union speech declared
The only "axis of evil" member missing from the new group is Iraq.
States like these (Iran, Iraq, North Korea), and their terrorist allies, constitute an axis of evil, arming to threaten the peace of the world.Seems the "Axis of Evil" is expanding with the addition of Cuba, Burma, Belarus, Zimbabwe. What about Syria and Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Somalia?
Some have argued there was no Iraq, Al-Qaeda connection. I disagree after reading Yossef Bodansky's The High Cost of Peace: How Washington's Middle East Policy Left America Vulnerable to Terrorism.
In Iran's Al-Qaeda Link: What the 9-11 Commission Found let's not forget these details of collusion between Iran and Al-Qaeda, after we include Iran in this war.
TSUNAMI-struck Thailand has been told by the European Commission that it must buy six A380 Airbus aircraft if it wants to escape the tariffs against its fishing industry.This is not a good time to get tough with Thailand.
The trio has remained silent, but all three are consulting with lawyers about the possibility of bringing legal action against CBS News.CBS News president Andrew Heyward should have been gone along with Ms. Mapes.
As critics continue to question how CBS News president Andrew Heyward survived the upheaval that took out his underlings, the gaps in the official narrative of events suggest there may be one or more alternate versions of what happened.