The push for a military operation in Iran, though probably lacking in popular support in the U.S., seems a viable option in Israel, which would undoubtably require U.S. assistance in some capacity. Not only is it a terrible idea, it would likely fail to achieve its objectives. The Economist lays out one of the best arguements for sanctions and diplomacy in place of military action that can be read here.
Monday, March 12, 2012
Beating the war drums
Walking around DC, the first thing I noticed were some sort of propaganda posters on the sides of bus shelters. Obama shared a poster with Iran's Ahmadinejad in a rather evil embrace with a Mullah, the text read: "Do you trust him? (Obama) Do trust them? (the Iranians)."