Monday, June 19, 2006

The World According to Madeleine Albright

Madeleine Albright is not happy over the war in Iraq.
Former Secretary of State
Madeleine Albright criticized the U.S. invasion of Iraq, saying Monday it had encouraged Iran and North Korea to push ahead with their nuclear programs.

Albright, who served under President Clinton, said "the message out of Iraq is the wrong one."

"The message out of Iraq is that if you don't have nuclear weapons, you get invaded. If you do have nuclear weapons, you don't get invaded," she said after an investors' conference in Moscow.
It appears to me that Ms. Albright is demanding that we invade Iran and North Korea. That way, we demonstrate that we are not prejudiced against countries based on their acquisition of nuclear weapons. And that would be fair. Neither Iraq or Afghanistan have nuclear weapons and we invaded both of those countries. Iran and N. Korea would even things up at 2 and 2.

But then again, there are a host of countries that don't have nuclear weapons that we haven't invaded. I'm confused. I do hope she takes more time and makes herself clear.

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