Jack Risko of Dinocrat recently has been watching the escalation of our ongoing conflict with Iran, and has been watching the formation of US policy towatd that nation even longer. Today he has an alarming post with excellent links which concludes:
I can only add that I am continuously astonshed that our opposition, most of the press, and indeed the Bush administration, are not taking more seriously the need to remove an existential threat from a country rapidly building a nuclear arsenal with access to a delivery system of suicide bombers.
The US and Iran have been in varying states of war for 28 years. Iran takes it seriously. We have not taken it seriously for most of that period. Now comes the opportunity and obligation to take it seriously. A "blame America" attitude is the opposite of what is called for - even if you think George Bush has performed atrociously as President.