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Stop kidding yourself Harrak

Reader comment on item: Deterring Tehran
in response to reader comment: dreams dreams..

Submitted by Frank (Canada), Sep 3, 2006 at 10:11

Stop kidding yourself, even with ww2 equipment the U.S. could attack Iran. This won't be about installing a puppet regime or liberation of any kind....it will be an operation to reduce the Iranian threat, A.K.A. breaking stuff and completly destroying the revolutionary guards. Most nuclear installations in Iran are probably decoys anyway.

The U.S. has them encircled, weak and panicking...with good reason. China and russia have more to lose with breaking ties to the U.S. over Iran then what can provide their relations with Iran. That doesn't mean they won't milk their cow to the last minute.

I read somewhere that it would take only two B-1 bombers to stop Iranian nuclear activity....of course more planes to completly destroy it, but that's not what the U.S. is lacking ....right? Plus with all that airspace around Iran "free" they won't even need Turkey.

Even without a nuclear program, The U.S. is fully legitimate in attacking Iran...I guess they owe it to the dead marines in 83, or the attack on U.S. soil (embassy)

This thing is gonna end as quickly as the first gulf war...maybe a week or two longer.


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