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Bombing Iran to save a presidency

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Submitted by mike (United States), Feb 3, 2010 at 16:33

Could work. Would have to be done right because those facilities are dug in very deep.
The US comes in from Iraq, Israel comes in from the south and after the bombing demolition specialists get put on the ground to finish up the job from inside the facilities. You would, of course need to have a way to pull them out immediately afterwards.
That's a plan that might actually work and would get the American-Israeli alliance back on the footing it should be on.

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