In this morning's Washington Post if the report on a briefing that identifies Saudi Arabia as an enemy of the United States:
A briefing given last month to a top Pentagon advisory board described Saudi Arabia as an enemy of the United States, and recommended that U.S. officials give it an ultimatum to stop backing terrorism or face seizure of its oil fields and its financial assets invested in the United States.This is something even Ted Rall agrees with! (Well, all right, maybe not really. However, he does say that it made/makes much more sense to after the Saudis and Egypt for 9/11 than Afghanistan.)
"The Saudis are active at every level of the terror chain, from planners to financiers, from cadre to foot-soldier, from ideologist to cheerleader," stated the explosive briefing. ...
One administration official said opinion about Saudi Arabia is changing rapidly within the U.S. government. "People used to rationalize Saudi behavior," he said. "You don't hear that anymore. There's no doubt that people are recognizing reality and recognizing that Saudi Arabia is a problem."