I’m Just Saying

August 15, 2006

Looking at the aftermath of the Israeli-Hezbollah war the strategic military landscape appears to be changed, dramatically. Start at the beginning … The war started likely because of the need for a distraction of the world from Iran’s nuclear ambitions — It wasn’t meant to be a real war, just a nick so to speak, but it turned into a full fledged one. Early on you heard repeatedly that there was surprise at the ferocity of Israel’s response. I think the intent was to initiate another peace plan, do the usual things we have became accustomed to for the last 50 years. Not a chance, Israel had a different strategy.

But is the war directly connected to Iran’s nuclear ambitions, and did Israel come out on top? I say it is, and yes Israel did come out on top. The battle space was being prepared for the next round.

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Fishing Resumes Shortly

August 14, 2006

Wilma wiped us out pretty bad, lots of damage around the place, most of which is now repaired or replaced. Just the pool marcite(yeah it’s an old pool), pool deck and patio need attention, they say we are on the list, the length of which is not disclosed.

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Islamic Fascism Advances

August 12, 2006

Apparently the deal in the UN is done, the problem is Olmert is incompetent, simple as that. Olmert had the time to crush the Hezbos, he chose to fly airplanes and ineffectively bomb on the cheap, instead of march in with sufficient troop levels to do the job. The Hezbos needed to be pushed back and disarmed-defeated in the process. It would have been costly in terms of lives, but in the end, like always it will cost more.

Bush gave Israel the time, Olmert wasted it. Both will regret it in the future.

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So Far, So Good

August 7, 2006

The 2006 hurricane season has been good. No storms. Hope it lasts.

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