Since Col. Gardiner says we're in there now: Arthur Silber: If the fallout from the Foley scandal makes it appear inevitable that the Democrats
October 2, 2006

Since Col. Gardiner says we're in there now:

Arthur Silber:

If the fallout from the Foley scandal makes it appear inevitable that the Democrats will take the House, the Iran card may be the surest one, and perhaps the only one, that the Bush administration has left to play. I am certain that the sons of bitches who call the shots in the administration have no intention of letting some annoying, whining pipsqueaks (as they undoubtedly view them) peer over their shoulders during the last two years of their reign, as they attempt to ensure American and Republican domination of this country and the world for the foreseeable future...read on

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