Friday, March 17, 2006


AP: Bush advisor says Iran bluffing on Iraq

By JENNIFER LOVEN, Associated Press Writer

WASHINGTON - President Bush's top foreign policy adviser said Friday that Iran's new willingness to talk about Iraq with the United States is probably a ploy designed to "divert pressure and divert attention" from international concern that Tehran wants a nuclear bomb.

The United States has accused Iran of using a civilian nuclear program as a cover to build atomic weapons, an allegation Tehran denies. The U.N. Security Council is expected to discuss Iran's nuclear program this month, with Washington pressing for penalties.

Full AP-Yahoo News story. D.H.: Bush has a lot of nerve accusing someone else of bluffing to divert attention from his misdeeds.

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