Thursday, April 27, 2006

Scott Ritter on Iran and the Return of a Draft

Don't think so Scott. There won't be any draft.

Love ya, Man, but Rummy would be hung in short order, if he starts drafting the sons of the tax-paying deprived (Elite) of our nation.

Besides the last people he wants anywhere 'over there,' are smart civilians who will rat him and Bush out in a heartbeat.

He has enough problems, with Retired Generals and the rest of us, he knows nothing about, but will, soon enough.

AlterNet: WireTap: Scott Ritter on Iran and the Return of a Draft:

"When Scott Ritter speaks about Iraq, he does so from a position of authority. As the chief U.N. weapons inspector in Iraq from 1991 to 1998, Ritter worked for seven years to disarm Iraq of its weapons of mass destruction, confronting deceptive Iraqis in what were often heated meetings that eventually resulted in the former Marine facing accusations of being a U.S. spy.

By 2001, Ritter arose as one of the harshest critics of the Bush administration, claiming that it had exploited the 9/11 terrorist attacks in order to pursue the 'immoral' and 'illegal' war on Iraq, a war based on the deliberate distortion of the country's weapons of mass destruction capabilities.

Nowadays, Ritter is busy traveling around the country as part of a tour in support of his new book 'Iraq Confidential.'"

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