So, why does it make sense to attack Hezbollah by destroying Beirut?
Seems like that's such a good question that nobody can think of an answer to it, and not even the nimrod wingers (sorry for the redundancy) are trying. WaPo:
Israeli warplanes attacked television and telephone relay stations north of Beirut. The attacks fit a pattern of sustained Israeli efforts to destroy civilian infrastructure in Lebanon, much of it rebuilt from the wreckage of previous wars. But Saturday's strikes were the first directed at the mountain heartland of Lebanon's Maronite Christians, Israel's allies in the 1982 invasion, who often share its hostility toward Hezbollah.
So, what's the plan?
Or is chaos the plan?
Republican death cultists, please clarify!