that the U.S doesn't want to been seen as having absolutely anything to do with the recent Iranian scientist being killed. Completely understandable. And it's pretty good that they have an ally like Israel to pass the blame onto, which is completely legit. This is what ally's are for, considering it doesn't take much to assume Israel is behind it. And don't get me wrong, I'm happy if Israel did it, cause either way, U.S being involved or not, it's one less threat vanquished. Also, I think they are worried about a retaliation on assets over seas or at home from this recent assassination. In the end though, tell us something we don't already assume. We need Israel do things like this, the world needs it. Just think if assassinations were going on in Germany before WW2 exploded. And for Bush being upset, legit, but I don't see how American lives were put in danger when zero American's were involved! Good point, not.
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