I was listening to CBS News Radio in the car today, and the announcer said, "Coming up: Some very disturbing news about Iran's Nuclear plans." (I quote from memory.)
When the story arrived, it turned out that the "very disturbing news" was that the UN had confirmed George Bush's contention that Iran is continuing its uranium enrichment program. What disturbed me is that:
1) Per IAEA rules, Iran is allowed to have a uranium enrichment program; and
2) Iran publicly has stated that it would not stop its uranium enrichment program.
So why does CBS deem it "very disturbing" that Iran is going ahead, as it said it would, with a program permitted by the international treaties it has signed? Is it because it is in the interest of the current administration to portray it as disturbing?
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