Threats Watch: 5 Myths About U.S.-Saudi Relations
Michelle Malkin: Something Doesn’t Seem Right
Glenn Reynolds: Writes
The Saudis are not our friends. They are, in fact, at the root of global Islamist intolerance and violence to a degree at least as great as that of Iran. They must change peacefully, or be changed.
I recall a long and heated discussion I had in very very early 2002 about the possibility of invading a Middle Eastern nation. Both sides of the discussion were unsure of their position. The guy I was talking with was unsure whether military action was the right move. I was unsure whether invading Iraq first was the right move or if Arabia might not be better. I went with Iraq that day because of its strategic location in the middle of the hornets’ nest, as I almost always did. And still do.