Iraq, all over again

Despite the fact that "conditions in Iraq are 'much worse' than they're described in the U.S. press," the Bush administration is pushing for regime change in Iran. Two wrongs, you know.

In the Democracy Now! clip below, Seymour Hersh discusses his most recent investigative piece in the New Yorker on Bush's bellicose posture toward Iran. Watch the Pulitzer Prize winner explain why the administration's no-win ultimatum, Drop the nukes or no talks, is a thinly-veiled attempt to make the Iranians seem uncooperative and why bombing Iran is a worse idea than you think...

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Read a transcript of this interview on DemocracyNow!.

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