Tatsuma: The bigger problem is if Bashar falls. At this point, the Israeli army will absolutely be obligated to invade Syria in order to get its hand on the chemical and biological stockpiles before Hamas or Hizbullah do it first.
J. Frank Parnell: Iran would lose their support and be on their own if they attacked first, especially with a nuke.
Weaver95: and yet...I cannot seem to find anything from the more neutral polling sites that support your view that the US voters want a war with Iran. granted, for some strange reason voters seem to want to support Israel...but that could change easily enough if Israel kicks off WWIII.
Weaver95: thats good, because support for yet another war in the middle east isn't exactly what people in this country want right now.
MeinRS6: Which is basically another way of saying what I posted earlier, hence the reason for no attack so far.
MeinRS6: I doubt the same percentage of Americans would be fine with the blowback that would occur as a result of a bombing campaign over Iran. There's no winning in this for the US. It's just another mess that cannot be cleaned up by use of explosives - unless you use the ones measured in megatons.
bodangly: I doubt anyone ever asks him that seeing as Cohen is one of the most popular Jewish names.
Tatsuma: CrispFlows: Any relation to Sacha Cohen?.... Cohen is a really common name.
MeinRS6: One would have to believe that the Iranian program could be seriously set back years(otherwise why risk an attack?) by the destruction that conventional arms can accomplish on a small number of targets. I'm not convinced that's the case.
Tatsuma: MeinRS6: If an Israeli strike would be effective, then they probably would have done it already.You're wrong there. There is still time, but not much.
Tatsuma: Again, politics, which is why most people in Israel are ignoring this.
Tatsuma: The only people who latched on this are the foreign media neonazis who pretend their Jew-hate is really Israel-hate, basically.
BigNumber12: Holy shiat, I didn't think about that.
SchlingFocker: So a Jew who used to be in charge of helping provide for the defense of every Jew in Israel would be willing to actively try and undermine the security of Israel because he didn't get a job he wanted??
CrispFlows: Any relation to Sacha Cohen?
Magorn: Egypt? They've had a peace treaty for 40+ years with Israel, are economically interdependant, and just a little pre-occupied with their own social upheaval just right now
Magorn: Syria? Again. The army is more than a mite busy with domestic problems right just now.
MeinRS6: If an Israeli strike would be effective, then they probably would have done it already.
Giltric: By way of deception thou shalt do war.
Corporate Self: [nick.mtvnimages.com image 640x360]The button is war with Iran.Stimpy is the world.The announcer guy is the Israeli government.
lenfromak: What's a strik?
TheShavingofOccam123: Rabin's belief in Israel's trading land for peace
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