By John Galt
May 16, 2011
Based on the current policy of intervention whenever and wherever U.S. interests or non-U.S. interests are at risk as in civilians killed by their own government the American government should have already established “no-fly zones” over Syria, Bahrain, Iraq (again), Iran, Pakistan, Thailand, Cambodia, Venezuela, Mexico, Tunisia, Somalia, Egypt, and Yemen. With the news report from Reuters, I have an idea of another nominee for the Obama administration’s no-no-no-fly zone policy of only picking on nations that can not defend themselves:
Standby Chevron and Shell, we’re sending in the Navy and Air Force to cover your operations and blow their air power to smithereens.