Two fighter jets fired on an unmanned drone in international airspace without provocation
BROOK BALDWIN: this is clearly raising tensions as you point out. Could this be considered an act of war?
STARR: Well, it’s an interesting question, I suppose for the Pentagon lawyers. The thing is, you know, they fired–the U.S. believes, we’re told–in an unprovoked fashion. They say that the drone was in international air space about 16 miles off the Iranian coast in the northern end of the Gulf, and that it was completely unprovoked and without warning. The Pentagon, through the State Department, has protested to the Iranian government. The Pentagon says they haven’t heard back from Tehran.
Yes, the Obama administration issued a sternly worded memo to Iran.
That laughter you heard came all the way from Tehran as the Mullahs plot the nuclear destruction of the Great Satan and Little Satan.
History's lessons are as real as tomorrow's sunrise: the wages of appeasement against aggression is always more aggression.
But, please, CNN: whatever you do, don't report on Hezbollah operating in Mexico nor on the risk of Iran's nuclear weapons being smuggled over America's unprotected southern border into the U.S.
If a few American cities get taken out by Iran's nukes, after all, we might get a budget underrun for Obamacare -- at least for a week or so. And what an inconvenience that would be for the progressive drones: a single nuke can take out over 100 Starbucks in less than 25 milliseconds.