Iran actively supports terrorists and any country whose Govmnt chants 'Death to America' must be dealt with.
OK Mr. Freedom of Speech!
Wow. Just wow. Duuuh?
As for the Two Fronts thing, well, that has ALWAYS been an American priority: being able to fight a war on two fronts. Afghanistan doesn't count anymore because we don't give a shit about it. We already bombed it. Check. Iraq: already bombed: check. Just needs a few troops. Time for Iran. I see it coming. What will happen to Iraq you say? I think terrorists will plan a massive surprise attack on the few troops we leave in Iraq and it will be a bloodbath. A terrible horror. I also think there will be a dirty nuclear bomb attack in the US in the next 4 years. It wouldn't surprise me. I'm glad I'm not living in NYC. And to think, those poor bastards didn't even vote for Bush.
Bush is definitely heading to Waterloo. Hmm didn't he take history and learn about supply lines, and all those other military thingies? I think he's streeetching a bit already.
Man it has to suck to be in the Army right now. And to think I once wanted to do ROTC. The second Bush was in, I was like...haha, no.
Hey steve666 are you ready to join up and die for us just because Iran chants smack about us? yea that's what I thought.
And yes as for the human rights thing...well, there are whole continents that are worse, like Africa, South America, most of Asia...
edit: disclaimer: I don't support Iran's government. Yes they harbor terrorists. They helped Al Quaeda pass through borders.
Does this mean we should invade Iran? No. Diplomacy? Yes.
It's called MAD people. They know if they attacked us with a nuclear bomb, they would become I think as Bush I put it "a glass park." The US does not hesitate to use nuclear weapons when they are necessary and I support this. Stamping out terrorism is important and MAD and our willingness to use nukes is part of the "big stick" we carry while speaking softly. I think we should start watching Iran much closer, and hey, maybe use some intelligence
from the CI
A and other organizations, although under Porter Goss who knows what their deal is. Multilateral talks would be a good idea too. And I think we should increase our naval and air presence in the region to a large degree.
But then again, I'm an arm chair general. I'd say leave the thinking to experienced leaders, like say, Colin Powell.