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Bombing Iran

Reader comment on item: How to Save the Obama Presidency: Bomb Iran

Submitted by John Schwartz (Germany), Feb 2, 2010 at 08:28

... First, how sure are you that we can take out the facilities from the sky? Second, won't Iran retaliate? Third, assuming Iran does develop the bomb, isn't Israel's nuclear deterrent enough to keep Iran from attacking. A trade of Tel Aviv for Teheran will not sell even in Iran. Fourth, I cannot imagine the other consequences this action will have, but I think the world will also be more dangerous if we attack. I think going after the scientists in Iran is a far more favorable tactic.

Regards, John Schwartz

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