It was all Iran, all the time over the weekend.
The New Yorker's Seymour Hersh wrote about the United States' increasingly developed and sophisticated plans to attack Iran, and how the Bush Administration is augmenting the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan with a regional push against expanding Shiite influence, an effort that has led it to join forces with al Qaeda-linked groups.
The UK's Times reported that "up to five generals and admirals are willing to resign" if Bush asks the military to strike Iran.
And the LA Times reported that 2007 is groundhog year, with the Bush Administration pushing the same phony intelligence on Iran that it did with Iraq, and the same U.N. agencies doing their best to debunk it all. Says the Times, "most U.S. intelligence shared with the U.N. nuclear watchdog agency has proved inaccurate and none has led to significant discoveries inside Iran."
It's just a matter of time until Dick Cheney tells us all to buy duct tape and plastic sheeting. Happy apocalypse!