For a while now I have been asking a (rhetorical) question:

Is Iran having nuclear weapons a good idea? If not, who is going to do something about it?

Recently, Germany and France have reiterated their opposition to any kind of military or even firm action along the lines of sanctions against Iran. But if the approach of working through the IAE and the UN has not worked in the past what makes anyone think that it will work in the future?

A temptation for an American Commander in Chief is going to be great a year down the road when the problem continues and he has to make a decision whether to bring 150,000 troops home only to face the possibility of having to ship them back out in an action against Iran in not too distant future. The temptation and the pressure will be great to just deal with the problem while the military capability is in place.


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