Zardari get on board, or get out of the way

Today a report from Islambad, Pakistan from their new President Asif Ali Zardari, claiming his nation will not tolerate a violation of their sovereignty by any power (insert US here) in the name of fighting terrorism. Zardari, is the widow of slain ex-Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto, he made the comments Saturday in a speech to a joint session of Parliament. President Asif Ali Zardari leads the main ruling party and was elected president earlier this month. Up until this statement he has been considered pro-American and has warned that battling terrorism is Pakistan’s chief challenge. We at tea512 believe that if this was true he would step out of the way and let the American forces roam through the baron mountainous region to find suspected targets. This could lead to joint venture of strikes on these targets. We would not suggest American troops could run through the countryside causing destruction at will without the involvement of the Pakistani government. These statements made by the president maybe what got him elected. They maybe what his country wants to hear, but if terrorism is to be rooted out it needs to be disrupted. There is no way to find every wacko no matter where they hide. You must be proactive in the appearance of the hunt and search, giving the threat the terrorists can never feel safe. Pakistan has nuclear weapons and so does Israel we are the only thing keeping the two apart. Zardari had better get in step or Pakistan will find themselves considered a state that is harboring terrorists and that is not a place you want to be just ask Saddam Hussein, oh yea you cant.


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