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08-08-2007, 04:48 PM
President Bush promises 'justice' for Iranians interfering in Iraq in Fox interview

http://rawstory.com/news/2007/President_Bush_promises_justice_for_Iranians_0808. html

(Gold9472: If there is to be a "consequence when your people are caught going into Iraq", then what are the consequences for Saudi Arabia who currently make up 45 (http://www.yourbbsucks.com/forum/showthread.php?t=16129) to 55% (http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/8293410/) of the insurgents in Iraq? Selling them $20B (http://www.yourbbsucks.com/forum/showthread.php?t=16287) in weapons?)

Michael Roston
Published: Wednesday August 8, 2007

In a Fox News interview Tuesday afternoon, President George W. Bush promised 'justice' for Iranians who are caught interfering in the Iraq War.

"There will be a consequence when your people are caught going into Iraq," Bush said when asked if the US should really be talking to Iran about Iraq's stability in spite of allegations that they are supplying some Iraqis with weapons.

When Neil Cavuto, host of Fox News' Your World asked if the President included a military attack on Iran among the 'consequences,' Bush gave a cryptic answer.

"They will be brought to justice," he said.

Bush takes an indirect shot at GOP candidate Tancredo
During the interview, President Bush also took a shot at Rep. Tom Tancredo (R-CO), the Republican presidential candidate who has most built his campaign around a drive to stop illegal immigration.

Asked by Cavuto if he sensed that 2008 candidates were 'piling on,' Bush said, "I didn't see any pile on."

He then added, "There may be some candidates who probably won't be the nominee of the party, for instance, using the immigration issue."

When Cavuto went on to ask if he was concerned with the tone taken by Democratic candidates for President in 2008, Bush was not surprised.

"I'm an easy target," he said.

But he warned the Democrats that their bashing of his presidency would not help them win the election.

"You can't win an election if you say you're against somebody," the President argued. "The candidate who will be the nominee will have articulated a plan to keep America safe and keep America prosperous."

He added that he was not concerned with name-calling.

"I've been around long enough in order to understand how it works," he said. "Nobody likes to be called names, but we've got a bigger enemy than name callers, and that's Al Qaida, or people losing jobs."

08-08-2007, 06:05 PM
Plus a lot of weapons the insurgents use could be American weapons which were 'lost' by Iraqis.