It’s over. The fact that there is no international outcry and more importantly, no support from the White House, means that this opportunity is lost.


  1. Kristin says:

    I wish the White House could have taken a tougher stance. Unfortunately, we don’t have the credibility or the man power at this point to back anything up. Ahmadinejad, would have loved for us to intrude it would have been the distraction he needed to quite the civil unrest quicker, by turning the focus toward the West. I always felt that if we just had intruded on a Middle Eastern country Iran would and should have been the place to start. For starters Iran already has a solidly built infrastructure that would allow for an ease in transitional power.

  2. Phelps says:

    Well, at least a strongly worded statement could have been made. Iran is the toughest nut to crack, so it has to be last. And the infrastructure is irrelevant, since the first thing that would happen in military action is that we would wreck the shit out the infrastructure. Iraq had as good an infrastructure before we rolled in in 91 (and then never let them have anything to rebuild with.)