Yes I agree that there has been an article about an impending attack on Iran practically every week since 2001. I've been following them .
If you think it is liberal sites that have been spouting Iran than you are a complete and utter idiot. Total Re'tard.
Sample any week and you will see Iran on the front page of Foxnews more than any other site. Unless of course it is something based in reality then you have to go to the UK.
You are officially a foxnews footsoldier Davidson Deac.
not specifically Iran attack...
http://edition.cnn.c...iran/index.html (dead link)
foxnews (no link)
More foxnews quoted from a London site
Feel free to post all the Huffington stories
Ok, took about 2 minutes to find. Still preparing to attack Iran
Newspeak and the New War in IranCheney manipulating intelligence on IranCheney Lieberman, and the Iran War ConspiracyBush administration conducting covert ops in Iran
When it comes to Iran, however, it's far too early to dismiss the hawks. To be sure, they are now plying their trade from outside the corridors of power, but they have more friends inside the Obama camp than most people realize. Several top advisers to Obama -- including Tony Lake, UN Ambassador-designate Susan Rice, Tom Daschle, and Dennis Ross, along with leading Democratic hawks like Richard Holbrooke, close to Vice-President-elect Joe Biden or Secretary of State-designate Hillary Clinton -- have made common cause with war-minded think-tank hawks at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy (WINEP), the American Enterprise Institute (AEI), and other hardline institutes
Its mostly the wingnut sites that are talking about war with Iran, and the Huffington post is only moderately wingnutty, so they have a moderate amount of Iran war articles, mostly done while Bush was in office.
BTW. I don't like Fox news. I haven't been to the foxnews website in months. I challenge you to find one single post where I referenced a fox article as a source for anything. I don't like Huffington post and I don't trust the objectivity of anyone that uses it as a source for serious discussions. I didn't like George Bush. I am ok with Obama so far, although I liked Mccain better.
Here are a few new sources I trust. NPR, Jane's defence, the Economist. Also, the Washington Post is ok, and a few other newspaper websites. Sites such as CNN, MSNBC, and Fox are ok for breaking news, and thats about it.
Edited by Davidson Deac II, 16 March 2010 - 07:01 PM.