Wednesday, January 17, 2007

Iran Needs to be Held Accountable for its Actions

Yaron Brook of the Ayn Rand Institute (ARI) makes an awesome call. Brook states the obvious: Iran is and has committed acts of war against the United States.

Is President Bush going to sit on the wavering chair of political correctness or will he address Iran with extreme prejudice? I am aware there is a Democratic Party controlled Congress that wants to play the ostrich by sticking their collective heads in the sands of appeasement and ineffective diplomacy. President Bush has to shake off those chains of weakness and act.

President Bush has two years left in his Presidential term. He does not have to worry about a reelection campaign. Bush may consider political actions to help a Republican win Office in 2008; however it is too dangerous to wait for a 2008 outcome of Presidential Elections. The odds meter is leaning left. If the Democrats win in 2008, Iran will be free to develop nuclear weapons and have it way in the Middle East.

Iran will set in concrete the disruption of a unified Iraq and a Democrat controlled Congress and a Democrat controlled Presidency will buck their Jack Ass tails out of the Middle East. That will be a wider open door for Iran to dominate the Middle East. Middle Eastern domination will lead to bolder enterprises to terminate the existence of the only democracy in the Middle East - Israel.

The Ayn Rand Institute is guided by the Objectivist philosophy of Ayn Rand. The ARI Objectivist philosophy has a libertarian bent. Thus when the ARI publishes articles calling President Bush to act, I take notice.

President Bush should take the leap and hang the Democrats and confront Iran in some manner. If Iran is foolish enough to escalate rather than back off, then America should bomb the Iranian infrastructure back into the actual Dark Ages that they currently live in anyway.

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