By Paul Reynolds
"One of the notable features of President George W Bush's State of the Union speech was its hostile attitude towards Iran.
References to Iran ran like a drum beat through the speech, adding a wider element to his appeal for support for what he called his "new strategy" in Iraq.
He accused the "regime" in Iran of arming "terrorists like Hezbollah" and of directing "Shia extremists" in Iraq.
He raised the prospect of a larger conflict in the Middle East in which Iran would be central......
The new chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee Senator John Rockefeller, a Democrat, has spoken out against the verbal attacks on Iran and compared them to what happened before the invasion of Iraq in 2003.
"To be quite honest, I'm a little concerned that it's Iraq again," Senator Rockefeller told the New York Times....."