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    Re: Iran 'concealed nuclear facility'

    Quote Originally Posted by Erod View Post
    Did you see how MSNBC handled this? LOL

    They scrolled "Caught Red-Handed" as if Obama caught them in the act.

    They ADMITTED they had the facility. Nobody caught them.

    LOL.
    It is extremely laughable; however, the desperation of the mainstream media to support this butt clown is beyond the pale and now anything but transparent.

    Have we seen any stories questioning his statement that he closed Gitmo? Last time I looked, it was still open and now they are keeping it open longer while they continue to "analyze" the situation.

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    Re: Iran 'concealed nuclear facility'

    Quote Originally Posted by Erod View Post
    Did you see how MSNBC handled this? LOL

    They scrolled "Caught Red-Handed" as if Obama caught them in the act.

    They ADMITTED they had the facility. Nobody caught them.

    LOL.
    Actually, it was reported that this facility has been under surveillance for a few years now, dating back to the Bush administration.

    Apparently, it was decided that the information would be released, and upon hearing of that, Iran then went to the IAEA and declared its existence, but they were indeed caught, and they would not have declared it otherwise.

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    Re: Iran 'concealed nuclear facility'

    sarkozy's hard-headed, grownup response to the issue, before the backdrop of obama's dreamy security council resolution of yesterday---"we live in the real world, not a virtual world"

    what a contrast

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    Re: Iran 'concealed nuclear facility'

    Quote Originally Posted by Apocalypse View Post
    Meanwhile:
    For peaceful uses..?
    The goal posts have already begun shifting from "Iran isn't building nukes" to "so what if they have them?"
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    Questioning or criticizing another's core beliefs is inadvertently perceived as offensive and rude.

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    Re: Iran 'concealed nuclear facility'

    We must not allow this! I think we principled folk just know that we'd never allow a single dime of our taxes support a Middle East government that engages in the concealment of a nuclear weapons program from international inspection.

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    Re: Iran 'concealed nuclear facility'

    And Obama saying he won't rule out military action, gee, this was once considered 'war monger' talk.

    About time Obama shows some stiff spine, perhaps we conservatives can reach some agreement on this isse....while flying into Iran to torch nuclear facilities we can first get on the radio and apologize. That way the Dems will get what they want, the US looking prostrated and remorseful, the Repubs get what they want, the piecemeal destruction of Iran's nuclear capabilities.

    Everyone wins, we apologize while we destroy!

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    Re: Iran 'concealed nuclear facility'

    he STILL hasn't ruled out his policy of personal diplomacy with iran's leaders

    NO preconditions

    LOLOL!

    even biden intimated he was a naif during the primary debates

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    Re: Iran 'concealed nuclear facility'

    Quote Originally Posted by Charles Martel View Post
    And Obama saying he won't rule out military action, gee, this was once considered 'war monger' talk.

    About time Obama shows some stiff spine, perhaps we conservatives can reach some agreement on this isse....while flying into Iran to torch nuclear facilities we can first get on the radio and apologize. That way the Dems will get what they want, the US looking prostrated and remorseful, the Repubs get what they want, the piecemeal destruction of Iran's nuclear capabilities.

    Everyone wins, we apologize while we destroy!
    We still have to determine if hitting the sites is worth the backlash that will inevitably come.

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    Re: Iran 'concealed nuclear facility'

    Quote Originally Posted by FlanaganReport View Post
    We still have to determine if hitting the sites is worth the backlash that will inevitably come.
    And this decision can wait until the diplomacy approach fails.
    "The darkest places in hell are reserved for those who maintain their neutrality in times of moral crisis."

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    Re: Iran 'concealed nuclear facility'

    Quote Originally Posted by Apocalypse View Post
    And this decision can wait until the diplomacy approach fails.
    Well, most likely, with every passing day, the backlash that will come only increases in planning and potency, making it more of an issue, and making a strike more costly.

    That said, in my opinion, the day has already come and gone when we could have hit Iranian nuclear sites with limited fear of massive backlash. Any strike we (or anyone else) conducts that this point will result in major consequences for United States interests in the Middle East.

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