Lieberman already picking the next target

Sen. Joe Lieberman, not content with two wars, is already picking his preferred target for a third. From his latest op-ed in (where else?) the Wall Street Journal:

The United States is at last making significant progress against al Qaeda in Iraq — but the road to victory now requires cutting off al Qaeda’s road to Iraq through Damascus. […]

When Congress reconvenes next month, we should set aside whatever differences divide us on Iraq and send a clear and unambiguous message to the Syrian regime, as we did last month to the Iranian regime, that the transit of al Qaeda suicide bombers through Syria on their way to Iraq is completely unacceptable, and it must stop.

TP highlights the many flaws in Lieberman’s approach.

Source: Crooks and Liars

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One comment on “Lieberman already picking the next target
  1. jeremiasx says:

    Ah yes…Senator Palpatine speaks again…more violence condoned against a country that has not (as a nation) attacked us. I can’t say that I’m shocked here.

    “Laugh about it shout about it, when you’ve got to choose…either way you look at this you lose!”
    Liebermann/Cheney 00
    Bush/Kerry 04
    Giuliani/Clinton 08

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