The revival of your role as
salesman-in-chief for the White House’s failed war policy is also welcome.
We were looking for a way to connect this mysterious “Freedom Watch” outfit to
the White House Iraq PR machine. And then it turned out that you made our job
very simple—you are in charge. This is the “White House Ad campaign.”
Our researchers tell us your ads are targeting 90%
Republicans (37 out of 41). We’ve had strong fundraising but we never thought a
$15 million TV buy was in the works. Every extra minute of TV time talking about
Iraq is another drip, drip, drip of bad news for politicians who won’t break
with Bush. So, thanks.
Hillbilly Report Jan. 08, 2007 By Uzi Mahnaimi, New York and Sarah Baxter, Washington The Sunday Times Go to Original Israel has drawn up secret plans to destroy Iran's uranium enrichment facilities with tactical nuclear weapons. Two Israeli air force squadrons are training to blow up an Iranian facility using low-yield nuclear "bunker-busters", according to several Israeli military sources. The attack would be the first with nuclear weapons since 1945, when the United States dropped atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The Israeli weapons would each have a force equivalent to one-fifteenth of the Hiroshima bomb. Under the plans, conventional laser-guided bombs would open "tunnels" into the targets. "Mini-nukes" would then immediately be fired into a plant at Natanz, exploding deep underground to reduce the risk of radioactive fallout. "As soon as the green light is given, it will be one mission, one strike and the Iranian nuclear project will be demolished," said one of the sources.
December 20, 2006 Julie Farby - All Headline News Staff Writer Iran (AHN) - Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, who made headlines last week for sponsoring a conference on the accuracy of the Holocaust, is once again back in the spotlight. During a speech in the Western Iranian province of Javanroud, Ahmadinejad declared Iran is "now a nuclear power, thanks to the hard work of the Iranian people and authorities." The state-run Islamic Republic News Agency (IRNA) also quoted Ahmadinejad as saying that "Iranian young scientists reached the zenith of science and technology and gained access to the nuclear fuel cycle without the help of big powers," Ahmadinejad's most recent announcement of Iran's nuclear progress is certain to raise the ire of Western governments, who with the help o the United Nations, have attempted to curb Iran's nuclear ambitions.