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Wednesday, January 31, 2007

NPR Interview with President Bush

President Bush said on Monday that he doesn't intend to invade Iran, but he's willing to do "whatever it takes" to defend U.S. interests

"If Iran escalates its military action in Iraq to the detriment of our troops and/or innocent Iraqi people, we will respond firmly," the president said in a half-hour interview with NPR which is the first broadcast interview the president has given since his State of the Union address.

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  • Posted by Winston on January 31, 2007 in International Affairs | Permalink


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    NPR, npr, n-p-r?

    Is that the national pal radio?

    Ok, just another attempt at humour.

    Note to self: Keep the day job....

    Posted by: Lady | 2007-01-31 8:46:51 AM

    NPR is one of the absolute best listener supported radio stations there is.
    Occasionally accused to be left leaning (especially some commentary programs), but its news cast is definitely top class and much more objective (and quality oriented) than e.g. CBC and BBC.
    Try it and you'll like it.
    (FM 88.7 in the Niagara area, and on the net of course at http://www.npr.org/)

    Posted by: Johan i Kanada | 2007-01-31 12:04:02 PM

    Hopefully "whatever it takes" means simply nuking them instead of getting into a drawn out conflict, they all want to see Allah and screw virgins anyway, so surely they won't mind.

    Posted by: Philanthropist | 2007-01-31 12:07:02 PM

    johan i kanada,

    I am not surprised you say it is the best supported, but when you listen to the journalists, it is clear npr is like cbc.

    The interview was actually not half bad.

    Posted by: Lady | 2007-01-31 3:53:56 PM

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