HUGH HEWITT: Let me give you a couple of headlines:
Iran's Revolutionary Guard has test fired missiles on Thursday: Commanders Said Could Sink Big Warships In The Gulf.
Number two: Iran's Elite Revolutionary Guard Has Successfully Test Fired a New Russian Made Air Defense Missile System.
Headline number three: Iran's Supreme Leader Said Thursday That If the United States Were To Attack Iran, the Country Would Respond By Striking U.S. Interests All Over the World.
Number four: Iran Is Said To Have Identified 100 Spies Working For the United States and Israel In Border Areas of the Islamic State.
And... Ahmadinejad Has Objected Strenuously To the Israeli Attempt To Rebuild a Bridge To the Mosque On the Temple Mount.
Lots of Iran news today, Mark Steyn.
MARK STEYN: Yes, because basically, we are at war in Iran. I find it very interesting that people seem to think that we, Bush is planning a war with Iran. Effectively, Iran is already at war with us. There was a story in the New York Sun, a fascinating piece, a couple of weeks ago about how Iran is primarily fomenting and funding both sides of the so-called civil war in Iraq. That's to say it's funding the Sunni guys from the Sunni Triangle, and the Shia guys from Southern Iraq, and setting them at each other's throats. And you think...people like the Baker-Hamilton Study Group can't understand that, because they think that Iran has a strategic view of its own interest that would approximate to that of a rational state like Norway or New Zealand. But in fact Iran understands, as the Baker-Hamilton Study Group didn't, that this is about the United States, that all you have to do is cause chaos in Iraq, and it reflects badly on the United States, and it demoralizes the United States, and that's the target for Iran. Iran doesn't care what happens in Iraq, and in a sense, total chaos serves its interests, as long as it weakens the United States.
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