Time Magazine – Are They Trying To Set National Policy


Time_Lame_CoverUsually when a news magazine takes a swag at prognostication they do it in the side bar of the main article. But not Time Magazine this week. They must be so hard up looking at their circulation declining that they dedicated the cover to a potential war with Iran, and how the United States would fight it and manage it.

Combine this with an interview of the President of Iran, and the subtitle “And how to avoid it”, it looks like a poor attempt to try to influence the government to keep from interfering in the region. A political and moral peace activist attack on the diplomacy of the country to try to force the present government from taking actions that could provide long term peace and stability.

Pretty sad in my opinion.

Posted September 17, 2006 by
Media, Politics | 3 comments

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    3 Responses to “Time Magazine – Are They Trying To Set National Policy”

    1. Allan K on September 17th, 2006 9:40 pm

      Did time cover how they acquired most of the nuclear material from good old Haliburton here in the US. The company Cheney was at in the 90′s.

    2. dennisintn on September 17th, 2006 11:44 pm

      wonder if this iranian president had his head in a hole while saddam was making all those threats against the u.s.?
      wait, i forgot all the liberal posturing about giving up in iraq and letting them have their way over there.

    3. punkingale on September 21st, 2006 11:20 pm

      Allank, Since we’ve been at war in Iraq, the head of Halliburton has made over ONE HUNDRED MILLION dollars. Isn’t Cheney still involved with Halliburton?

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