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PostPosted: Tue Aug 02, 2005 12:00 pm 
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ANALYSIS The White House: The tactics, and politics, of deflecting media attention


Written by Mark Hand
Published on August 01 2005
The Karl Rove controversy has the Bush administration in full crisis communications mode, and offers an intriguing study of PR inside the Beltway.

The controversy surrounding whether White House officials participated in the outing of an undercover CIA operative has spawned a wide array of face-saving PR moves by the various actors in the drama. The strategies all have one thing in common - they hinge on the credibility of the Bush administration and its Democratic rivals.

The actors include White House officials, congressional Democrats, and the press, particularly one member who has been sent to a Virginia jail for refusing to reveal her sources to a special prosecutor.

The controversy will be drowned out by the Supreme Court nomination and events such as the bombings in London and Egypt.

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As it has gotten too hot for the Bushies in IRAQ, changing focus to IRAN. Need more "Executive Power' to stop Evil-doer II

Iran cannot be trusted with nuclear technology: Rice



WASHINGTON (AFP) - Iran has shown through the actions of its hardline leadership that it cannot be trusted with technology that could lead to a nuclear weapon, US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice has said.

Questioned about the international response after Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said Israel should be "wiped off the map" and that the Holocaust was a "myth", Rice told the Fox News channel that she expected Iran's nuclear programme to be referred to the UN Security Council but would not set a deadline for action.

"The more we hear from this Iranian government, the more that people recognize and acknowledge publicly that this is a government that shouldn't expect the international community to trust them with technologies that might lead to a nuclear weapon," she said Sunday.

Questioned about the prospect of international sanctions, Rice told the Fox News channel: "I'm convinced that this will end up in the Security Council if Iran doesn't change course, and I see no evidence that Iran will change course."


The US administration has been saying for several months that it wants action before the United Nations, while supporting efforts by Britain, France and Germany to negotiate with Iran over its plan to enrich uranium for what it insists is a peaceful nuclear programme.

"Diplomacy takes some time, and it is important that we do this at a time of our choosing," Rice said.

Ahmadinejad, an ultra-conservative elected in June, has caused international outrage with a series of anti-Israeli remarks.

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More Bullshit by GW and the NeoCons to justify their illegal actions.


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Rice might not like this kind of news as a response to her continued bullying of Iran:

http://www.jang.com.pk/thenews/dec2005- ... main11.htm

Pakistan will stand by Iran if the US is foolish enough to try to start up an aggressive stance with that country. So will China and Russia....Let's hope that even the hardened, hollow, dried up, and probably sexually frustrated :!: Rice will realize the futility of tough talk against a country like Iran.

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good! its about time U.S. gets a reality check. Were gonna fuck around and piss everyone off. You know its funny, damn near every great civilization in history has fallen to power. The nazis couldnt fight the world and lost. America is walking a fine line too close


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