General Kristol wants War! (video)

Because, you know, his opinion was so invaluable the first time around with Iraq, Bill Kristol is putting in his two cents again. Although $.02 might be a bit steep for what he's peddling (see AlterNet front page story on the Neocon fantasy HERE)

In John Amato's VIDEO, Fox contributor Juan Williams just can't believe what he's hearing from neocon Kristol. And like any armchair bully, Kristol folds when confronted with the remarkable idiocy of his position (throwing up his hands at this):


WILLIAMS: Well, it just seems to me that you want…you just want war, war, war, and you want us in more war. You wanted us in Iraq. Now you want us in Iran. Now you want us to get into the Middle East, where I think there’s a real interesting dynamic at play. I think it’s psychological on the part of Israel and many of its supporters, and I’ll throw you in here. Somehow you see Israel as weak, and you see Ehud Olmert as weak –
(C&L)

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