Wednesday, April 05, 2006

Fool Me Twice?

We know that the U.S. intelligence community estimates that Iran is a decade away from nuclear weapons capability. We also know that prominent hawks in the Israeli military community concede that it's at least three to five years away.

Now we get another opinion from someone who was proven right about Iraq and is exponentially more credible on this topic than anyone in the Bush administation. Read what he thinks here.

5 Comments:

Blogger DED said...

I'm sure that the neocons are already hard at work crafting the "message" to discredit him. Or maybe we'll just ignore him, again.

4/05/2006 11:54 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Or they'll do the no point procrastinating argument. The longer they have, the more there will be to destroy, the more they can hide, etc. We need to attack now before they have a chance to advance the program so far that more American lives will be put at risk to end this threat.

Of course the argument can also be extended to Portugal. You can never be too pre-emptive, you know.

4/06/2006 2:34 AM  
Blogger copy editor said...

The wonderful fact of technology (for humanity) is that nuclear weapons are difficult to fashion.

The not so wonderful fact is that propogandistas are a dime a dozen.

James Fallows has a small recap of the recent military developments on the Iranian strike option. Summary: not good.

4/06/2006 11:29 AM  
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4/08/2006 3:06 AM  
Blogger Humbug said...

Hey, just because he was right and I was wrong, what does that matter? I'm The President!

Great blog, BTW.

5/11/2006 6:57 PM  

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