I’m greatly concerned that given the Bush administration's abysmal track record on world diplomacy any war like action in Iran will blow up in their faces bringing great harm not only to the innocent men, women, and children in Iran but also to our nation.
I worry about Russia’s closeness to Iran; they are joined by the Caspian Sea and they have sent defensive missiles to Iran. Will they be drawn into this war?
Saudi citizens are sending money in the millions to the Sunnis of Iraq. Will they be drawn into the war?
Will they be igniting the spark, similar to the flash that lit WW One, which causes nations to divvy up sides for another world war?
Will the world view us as the aggressors and retaliate economically if not militarily against our interests?
Are we just using questionable evidence of Iranian involvement, at whatever level, as an excuse for war with Iran?
Are we seeking support from both Saudi Arabia and radical elements among the Sunnis, loyal to Al Qaeda, for an attack against Iran?
Are we doing the bidding of Saudi Arabia?
Are we going to attempt to replay the old Iran-Iraq war? It sure seems we may be heading in that general direction.
Where is the national debate?
Where is the congressional authorization?
Where is the Bush administration credibility on intelligence leading to military adventurism?
NOWHERE TO BE FOUND!!!
ElBaradei: Military Strike On Iran ‘Would Lead Absolutely To Disaster’
Posted by Satyam October 28, 2007
Some common questions about Iran's nuclear program
By Warren P. Strobel McClatchy Newspapers
Posted on Sunday, November 4, 2007
US 'Iran attack plans' revealed
Last Updated: Tuesday, 20 February 2007, 10:28 GMT
US contingency plans for air strikes on Iran extend beyond nuclear sites and include most of the country's military infrastructure, the BBC has learned.
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I worry about this powerful and arrogant man being in such a weak position politically. All the issues were arguing about, the corruption investigations, bringing the troops home from Iraq and even his very low approval rating will all be on the back burner once he decides to attack Iran.