Tuesday, January 6, 2004
Well it seems that the fall of Saddam Hussein is having a bigger impact than some would like us to think. It now appears that countries who have sponsored terrorism are willing to sit down and talk. Libya, Iran, North Korea, Palestine, Syria and others. Why are they wanting to do this now? Could it have something to do with Shock and Awe? Could it have something to do with the capture of Saddam? I think it's yes on both accounts. With Bush not playing the wimp and standing up for what's right, the leaders of these nations are scared to death that what happened to Saddam will happen to them. They don't want to give up their totalitarian rule. With the growing desire of democracy spreading throughout the Middle East, these dictators don't know what to do. In my humble opinion, Iran will be the next Middle East country to set up a democracy. There is a massive outcry from the Iranian people, and Ayatollhah Hoseini-Khamenei will no longer be able to ignore them.

While I'm on the subject of Iran, I think it's funny has hell that the world still sees us as the the enemy. Even while we're sending more aid and supplies to Iran than the rest of the world, combined I think, to help out the earthquake relief, we're the bad guys. It was President Bush that ordered the aid and supplies be sent to Iran, but he's still worse than Hitler. Evil, evil man. How could he help them like that?

God Bless America