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Saturday, November 03, 2007

Winds of War: Bush Budget Plans for Iran Attack

According to mewsMax.com, the Department of Defense has requested – though quietly – additional funds to retrofit B-2 Stealth bombers so they can carry a 30,000-pound “bunker buster” bomb. The request for funding for this is buried in a larger request of $190 billion in emergency war funding.

It’s no secret that President Bush doesn’t want to leave office with Iran having a nuclear weapons capability. The question is, will he pull the trigger before he leaves office.

Read the rest at The Gathering Storm.

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Blogger WATCHER71 said...

As ever the real question is do we want to attack an Islamic nation that either has it's own Nuclear umbrella or is covered by another nations nuclear umbrella. Recognition of the technological clock ticking down MUST be the most important factor for war planners. Attack now and deal with possibly a couple of Nuclear weapons.....wait and deal with an openly Nuclear armed Iran, possibly supplieing it's Islamic brethren in other nations with this capability. So in short, the sooner the west attacks.....the more lives will be saved. How would we respond to a nuclear strike launched from Iran? Whilst they are the Islamic worlds technological leaders, particularly in missile technology, they cannot hit the continental United States. Europe how ever is just within range, including US bases in Germany, various Nato assets and of course the great state of Israel. As a non blood thirsty resistor to Islam, the call is MOVE NOW! If we fail to and Iran hit's Israel with a Nuke (God forbid), the death toll will be dramatically higher....before WE have even responded.

Sunday, November 04, 2007 7:50:00 pm  

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