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Submitted by TL Winslow (United States), Aug 20, 2015 at 17:24

Talk about the paralysis of analysis.

Why is the U.S. even in a position of waiting for the Ayatollahs to approve any deal regarding nukes? They already hurt us bad just by gaining time while we did nothing. What should we have done? NUKE 'EM. If we limit the nukes to their mountain facilities and attach the nukes to bunker buster bombs that burrow down deep first like in the movie Armageddon, we won't overly impact the population centers. The alternative is to let them nuke somebody like Israel first, in the worst possible way, probably in downtown Tel Aviv, then respond. with blood on our own hands because of our stupidity. The rest is about growing balls. And who cares about the international reaction? Most of them would probably cheer the extermination of the Israel, or the U.S. for that matter. We can make it fair by giving them so many hours to destroy all centrifuges and open up all nuclear facilities to a Marine-SEAL inspection at gunpoint, after which they will have to learn the lesson that nobody who shouts Death to America - a DECLARATION OF WAR - can be allowed to join the Nuclear Club without getting nuked before they can get to square one.



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